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Florida school tells kids women are ‘people with a vulva’ in sex-ed lesson

Teachers also told children that their body parts do not necessarily determine their gender.

NEW YORK POST – A Florida public school told students that boys were better described as “people with a penis” and girls as “people with a vulva,” according to a report.

The lesson stated:

“Most people who have biological male reproductive parts are boys and most people who have biological female reproductive parts are girls, but sometimes people can have reproductive parts that don’t match who they are.”

“Since when is it acceptable to teach 11-year-olds that they may want to start trying risky sexual behaviors?” 

According to a letter to parents, families had the right to pull their kids from the classes if they were in “conflict with their conscience, moral, or religious beliefs,” according to the report.

The school also expounded on [so-called] gender identities, including “genderqueer,” “pansexual,” and “aromantic.”

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The lesson warned students that religious groups sometimes have inherent biases that limit their understanding or acceptance of varying approaches to gender.

“The term genderqueer means someone who does not follow binary gender norms. They may be non-binary, agender, pangender, genderfluid, or another gender identity.” – WebMD, Apr 14, 2021

Florida recently passed a controversial law prohibiting instruction related to gender identity or sexual orientation in kindergarten through the fourth grade.

Gov. Ron DeSantis argued that the material is inappropriate for young children … READ MORE. 

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