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#SexEdSitOut: Parents Say, ‘Enough’ to Planned Parenthood’s ‘Pornographic’ Sex Ed

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“And there was such a cry from parents across the globe to help them push back against the graphic gender-bending sex ed in their schools that we just had to step out and keep the ball rolling.”Ze3k4DKcpBo

 

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This school practice is absolutely horrible! A school walk-out, sit-out style protest is only the first step to take.

 

No wonder why kids are engaging in mass shootings, eating Tide pods, and snorting condoms. Can we get some sanity back please?

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We should have cleaned our colleges back in the 50s and 60s when the ultra liberals started taking over. But the devil has his way in the upper echelons of society. Now that the LGBTQ proponets have become mainstream we will have a hard time stopping them. We Christians need to get more politically active.

 

 

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Can we get some sanity back please?

 

Good luck with that...

 

Was wondering if you were going to make it over here... :RpS_smile:

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