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Graphic, Explicit, Risky Sex Ed Curriculum

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St. Lucie County School Superintendent Michael Lannon is rightly concerned about the high HIV rates among African Americans in Ft. Pierce, FL. In an effort to combat the problem, Mr. Lannon has asked the school board to approve the GRAPHIC, EXPLICIT, and RISKY Sex Ed curriculum, Get Real about AIDS, for use in Saint Lucie County Middle and High School class rooms. Though Mr. Lannon presents Get Real About AIDS as a curriculum that promotes abstinence, nothing could be further from the truth. Actually, Get Real about AIDS mentions condoms and contraceptives 210 times while only mentioning abstinence 17 times. What's more: in all but one instance, the curriculum immediately follows the mention of abstinence with a mention of condoms or contraception. The graphic and explicit nature of the curriculum's lessons will shock you. As a parent, you have the right to know what your child will be exposed to in the classroom.

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Join us Saturday, December 8 at the St. Lucie County School Board Offices
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If this curriculum is approved for use in St. Lucie County Public Schools...

  • St. Lucie County teacher will graphically demonstrate to your children how to put on a condom!
  • Your child may actually be required to purchase condoms and return to class to discuss the reaction of store clerks!

The following are actual quotes from the curriculum. Warning: Many of these quotes are graphic and sexually explicit. Use discretion in reading:

"Get Real About AIDS doesn't state that sex is good or bad, only that unprotected sexual intercourse is one way for HIV to be transmitted. At some point in their lives most people decide to have sex, however, and they need to understand the consequences of having sex – benefits as well as risks – before they make that decision." (Get Real About AIDS, Message to Parents, p. 6.)

"Ask, 'When do you know that you're ready to have sex? And when do you know that you're not ready?'" (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Lesson 4: Preventing HIV Infection, p. 2.)

"Ask them to create two lists: ways in which relationships might change for the better after they've become sexual, that is, when the two people have had sexual intercourse; and ways in which relationships might change for the worse after they've become sexual." (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Lesson 4: Preventing HIV Infection, p. 2.)

"When used correctly and consistently, latex condoms are highly effective in preventing HIV infection and other STDs." (Get Real About AIDS, Message to Parents, p. 4.)

"In 'Preventing HIV Infection,' students learn about condoms – how they prevent HIV transmission, how they're used, and how they can be purchased." (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Message to Parents, p. 2.)

"The condom should be put on as soon as the man gets an erection, should be worn throughout intercourse, and should be removed outside his partner's body immediately after ejaculation while his penis is still erect. The condom should be held firmly to keep it from slipping off." (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Lesson 5: Preventing HIV Infection, p. 2-3.)

"Demonstrate the use of a condom by unwrapping a condom and unrolling it over the index and middle finger of one hand." (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Lesson 5: Preventing HIV Infection, p. 3.)

"Putting on a condom can be an act of affection and of a commitment by each person to care for the other." (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Lesson 5: Preventing HIV Infection, p. 3.)

"Arrange students into their cooperative teams. Distribute the work sheet, Point of Purchase, to each student. Tell students that the object of the activity is for teams to determine how difficult it is to find condoms… When you get to the store, ask and employee where the condoms are, even if you already know. The idea is for you to describe the response of the employee. Complete the work sheet as well as you can. If the store you identify has no condoms, then go to another store. Remember, this isn't a game. This is a way to get important information to stay safe." (Get Real About AIDS, Grades 9-12: Lesson 5: Preventing HIV Infection, p. 4.)








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