BIN: In (Steamboat Springs) Colorado, a bizarre high school assignment forced students to recite sexually explicit “poetry” that also included worship of the pagan god Moloch.
Ryan Ayala, a teacher at Steamboat Springs High School, chose to teach the poem “Howl” written by Allen Ginsberg for a class in Music Literature. The poem was in a book that had been approved by the school board but the approved edition intended to be used to teach minors censored out inappropriate words. Ayala had the students fill in the missing words.
Students were also asked to review a song that talked about sexting (sending and receiving text messages containing sexual content) and offering sexual favors to a teenager. Read More …
Opinion: If children make it out of the womb in one piece, there are educators standing by to destroy their souls.
Des Moines Register May 30, 2019: “Starting in 2009 under President Obama, the U.S. Office of Adolescent Health made grants to various sex education programs and then studied the outcomes. A decade later, we have dozens of studies to guide our search for effective sex education. Surprisingly, out of 41 federal grantees, only a handful showed any positive impact and only one showed positive long-term behavior change.
But Planned Parenthood is special. Because Planned Parenthood made things worse.
From 2011 through 2014, Planned Parenthood received $4 million to teach sex education across five northwestern states. According to the report, titled “Evaluation of the Teen Outreach Program® in The Pacific Northwest,” six different Planned Parenthood affiliate partners taught over 3,500 students in 87 schools. Both the short-term and final impact analysis concluded that the program “had an impact in the undesirable direction on females becoming pregnant.” Or more bluntly, Planned Parenthood’s program resulted in more students getting pregnant!”
‘Howl’ the poem, by Alan Ginsburg:
Howl was Ginsberg’s most famous poem. Ostensibly a criticism of what he saw as the destructive forces of capitalism and conformity in the United States, it became the subject of an obscenity trial in 1957, as it described heterosexual and homosexual sex.
In addition to the graphic references to sexual practices and the use of illicit drugs like peyote and benzedrine, the poem also refers to “Mohammedan angels” and forms of paganism. A large section of the poem praises the pagan god Moloch.