Doesn’t it just figure. You can teach homosexuality, promiscuity, and anything else the left thinks is acceptable in sex education, but you can’t teach pro-life issues. So, a good teacher, is likely facing job loss because she showed a pro-life video to students.


The Sacramento City Unified School District is investigating a middle school teacher’s decision to show sex ed students a pro-life group’s medical animation videos that depict what happens during abortion.

The videos, presented by pro-life organization Live Action and narrated by former abortionist-turned-pro-life activist Dr. Anthony Levatino, show animations of how abortions are performed during various stages of pregnancy. The middle school presentation also included a music video titled Can I Live? in which rapper Nick Cannon thanks his mother for not aborting him when she became pregnant as a teen.

Here’s a sample of the video.

According to the Sacramento Bee, Alex Barrios, a spokesman for the school district, said the videos are “completely inappropriate for the classroom” and fail to “meet the district’s approved family life and sexuality curriculum.” He added the district “will address this matter with the seriousness it demands.”

Parents of children who saw the videos complained to the district. They identified the teacher as Jenny Thomas, a science teacher tasked with teaching about family life and human sexuality. Parents reportedly described Thomas as a good teacher.

So, remember, parents complained because the video was misleading, graphic, biased and inappropriate. And what about sex education isn’t graphic. Is HIV education appropriate? What about homosexuality graphics? Is there no bias in that?

Every thing about sex ed should be that there are consequences to your actions. Abortion also has consequences.

Honestly folks, you can’t make this stuff up.


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