In case you guys missed it, Katie Lady over at the Readers Blog has a post on Montgomery County, Maryland and their recent decision to include promotion of “anal sex, homosexuality, bisexuality, and transvestitism as normal sexual variations.” The article she references is from the Thomas More Law Center.
The only thing that separates me from Montgomery County is a river, but it’s a powerful river. I sincerely hope this sort of nonsense doesn’t make its way over here, but I know if it happened in Montgomery County, it’ll happen in other equally liberal counties in the U.S. I do believe that counties have the right to determine their own school curriculum without higher-up Government (especially Federal) interference, but am wondering what the difference would be if a school district, say in Middle America County, Oklahoma, decided they were going to teach that anal Sex, homosexuality, bisexuality, and transvestitism were decidedly NOT “normal sexual variations.”
My hunch is there would be an uproar. Is there any reason that a position on this subject MUST be established by the public school system to our 8th and 10th graders?