They stated “(1) no federal law requires public schools to open sex-specific restrooms, showers, and changing areas to opposite-sex students, (2) providing such access violates the fundamental rights of the vast majority of students and parents, and (3) schools have broad discretion to regulate the use of school restrooms, showers, and changing areas.” It should be noted in ADF’s letter notes “federal regulations make clear that significant guidance documents issued by executive agencies are ’non-binding [in] nature’ and should not be ‘improperly treated as legally binding requirements.’ 72 Fed. The Teen Pregnancy Prevention program (TPP) is a HHS program which provides grants to “intermediary organizations that will provide capacity building assistance (CBA) to at least 3 youth-serving organizations to replicate evidence-based Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) (Tier 1 A) programs in a defined service area with demonstrated need.” Such organizations could include school districts as “state agencies.” In 2015 m was allocated to such programs by the federal government.Private donations from groups like the Rockefeller or Ford Foundation have also been used to fund this type of program.[Those who advocate for comprehensive sexuality education] envision a world without sexual taboos and restrictions—a world free of Judeo/Christian morality where each individual, regardless of age, should be free to make his or her own sexual choices … It‘s an ―anything goes as long as you use a condom philosophy of sex education.

In addition to promoting inclusion of various sexual identities, the program strayed from teaching sexual abstinence.

Last month I was contacted by a parent in the Parkway School District who was very concerned about the district’s proposed new sex education curriculum.

The letter states: “Under Title IX, federally funded schools must ensure that students of all ages are not denied or limited in their ability to participate in or benefit from the school’s educational programs or activities on the basis of sex.

A school violates a student’s rights under Title IX regarding student-on-student sexual violence when the following conditions are met: (1) the alleged conduct is sufficiently serious to limit or deny a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from the school’s educational program, i.e.

There is something else going on with those who experience gender confusion. [Read more here] Studies have shown that 80% of children who exhibit gender confusion spontaneously lose those feelings in a few years.

Mc Hugh believes their “assumption” that they are different from the body they have is no different than the anorexic who looks at their skeletal body in the mirror and sees fat.

She was looking for help in following the money to find who could be funding the push for the new curriculum. Funding for sex education programs comes through a diverse system but can often be traced back to either the federal government or private wealthy donors.

Identifying the original source of funding for such programs can be quite difficult as the money path is (purposely) convoluted.

What I could offer that parent then was a possible impetus for the district’s desire to move in this direction.