New York Lawmaker Pushes Sex Ed Overhaul: Teaching ‘Gender Identity’ To 5-Year-Olds, ‘Anal Sex’ To 11-Year-Olds


A New York state senator is pushing to reform New York’s health curriculum to include teaching topics such as “gender identity” to children as young as 5 years old. Freshman state Sen. Samra Brouk, a Democrat, is sponsoring a bill in the Senate that would require state educators to adopt sex education standards created by a left-wing activist group, the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). The SIECUS standards as currently written would require teaching on “gender identity” for 5-year-olds and on hormone blockers for transgender people to 8-year-olds. By age 11, children would begin learning about “vaginal, oral, and anal sex” while studying a slew of gender identities such as “two-spirit” and “pansexual,” according to The New York Post.

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