Sick Of The Sexualization Of Our Children

Franklin Graham Urges Parents: ‘Let Your Voice Be Heard’ on Sex Ed | Breitbart

The Petition

…the endorsement of the American College of Pediatricians: “The American College of Pediatricians applauds these parents for demanding the best for all children – namely, sexual risk avoidance curricula.” – Michelle Cretella, M.D., President, ACP.

  • Today some parents across the country are pulling their students out in protest of the sexualized school curriculum being promoted by the progressive agenda.
  • “Know what is being taught in your child’s school and be prepared to walk out,” Graham urged. “I encourage you to be involved, know what’s going on, and let your voice be heard.”
  • Family Research Council (FRC) is a major sponsor of the Sex Ed Sit Out. FRC is urging all citizens – even those who have no children at school – to sign a petition, titled “Hands Off Our Children,” that states:
  • We, as concerned parents and community members, are sick of the sexualization of our children! We say NO to graphic, gender-bending, promiscuity-promoting sex education for our kids. We demand that public schools stop treating our children like guinea pigs in some social engineering experiment. We demand that schools respect parents’ values and parents’ authority. We will not stand for our tax money being used to promote sexual liberation, deviance, and gender confusion to our precious kids. In protest, we stand together with those parents pulling their children out of public school on April 23rd for the sex ed sit out.
  • parents are paying taxes to support public schools, more parents are finding that school officials and school boards are refusing to listen to their concerns about the graphic sex ed curricula that promotes LGBT sex, oral and anal sex, and masturbation.
  • In 2015, Planned Parenthood boasted it had forged a relationship with LGBT groups GLSEN and the Human Rights Campaign to teach LGBT-inclusive sex ed in schools. Planned Parenthood is funded by American taxpayers to provide sex education in schools.
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Raising Boys in a Feminist World

By Kimberly Fletcher Kimberly Fletcher

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  • The mixed messages they are being flooded with in media, pop culture, and the education system is creating a nation of men who have no idea how to treat women—and a nation of women who have no idea how they should be treated.CopyDelete
  • from her poem Spear, where she addresses the “rape culture” from a mother’s perspective. She writes, “I can’t trust this world to teach their sons how to treat my daughter. So I will raise her to be a sword, a spear, a shield.” Can you imagine being a little girl and told that boys are not to be trusted, that they are out to destroy you and growing up believing that every man you pass on the street is thinking of raping or assaulting you or using you for their own personal gain?
  • While I completely recognize there are women who are assaulted and even raped, I absolutely reject the claim that we are a ‘rape culture’ and I do not accept ridiculous, fabricated terms such as ‘toxic masculinity’ intended to subjugate our men and boys. I do, however, recognize the indisputable fact that we are a sex culture literally obsessed with sex. This is largely due to the fact that feminist women have not only allowed it, but encourage and even promote it.
  • The sad thing is, by teaching our girls to be angry, on guard, and abrasive, we are actually diminishing their power and influence on our men and our culture. We teach our girls to demand respect but when a boy shows them the highest respect and honor by opening a door or giving up their seat on a bus they are lashed out at.
  • Women used to command respect through grace and dignity, while mothers taught their girls to be modest, graceful and worthy of the utmost respect from boys. Today women dress to entice men but are offended when the men respond.
  • How can we expect men to not treat us as sex objects when we dress and behave like objects of sex?
  • Feminism grooms our boys to become victimizers and our girls to be perpetual victims. And despite what many self-identified feminists believe, turning our boys and sons into the “enemy” is one of the main objectives of the feminist movement. All this anti-man culture has made it very difficult to raise good, strong, polite, and confident boys but it is possible—and it begins at home.
  • In my world chivalry will never be dead. I not only accept the honor of having my husband and sons open the door for me, I expect it. I know there will be times when my sons will be mocked or lashed at for such things but I teach them to do it anyway. If we teach our sons respect in this small and simple way, our boys will grow to be men who respect and cherish women. If we raise our girls to expect to be treated like the princesses they are our men and boys will rise to the expectation.
  • If I can’t trust this world to teach their sons how to treat their daughters, then I will raise my sons to be a sword, a spear, a shield against the men who dare treat the daughters of God as anything less than the queens they are.

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What is the solution?

Brother Nathanael speaks about liars who claim to be Israel.

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How To Train Independence As Well As Obedience

There are seven steps in training independent children and getting them to work at home:

                 

                The first four are the groundwork done before telling the child to “get to work.” The real fun is in teaching the child how to do a task and making up incentives that motivate. The rewards come regularly as the child learns skills and develops self-confidence. Before actually starting to teach, you need to decide where you and your child are going.

               If you don’t decide on your goals, you’ll become like Alice in Wonderland, who was asked by the Cheshire Cat where she wanted “to get to.” When Alice answered that she didn’t “much care where,” he said, “Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go.”


401 Ways to Get Your Child to Work at Home

by Bonnie Runyan McCullough


I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth. ~ 3 John 4

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Why Train Independence As Well As Obedience

                As parents, we can become aware of methods that help the child see both what needs to be done and ways that create independence. For example, one youthful volleyball captain was so anxious for her team to win, that she began issuing constant commands. When a girl made a mistake, she told that girl exactly what should have been done. “You should hit it with your fist. Move up, you’re back too far!” Within ten minutes this novice captain had every girl looking toward her, waiting for instructions before making a move. Some parents do this at home, telling the child each move to make. But we want the child to develop independence as well as obedience.

There are seven steps in training independent children and getting them to work at home…


401 Ways to Get Your Child to Work at Home

by Bonnie Runyan McCullough


I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth. ~ 3 John 4

Dad

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‘Fair Share’? Budget Director Says Top 20 Percent of Earners Pay 95 Percent of All Federal Income Taxes – Guy Benson

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‘Fair Share’? Budget Director Says Top 20 Percent of Earners Pay 95 Percent of All Federal Income Taxes – Guy Benson

    • the Left sought to downplay the positive impact of the new tax reform law — opposed by every Democrat in Congress — by yet again casting it as a giveaway to wealthy people and corporate fat cats.  Liberals’ dishonest rhetoric about the law was helpful in the short term, initially driving down public support for the GOP proposal during the debate over its passage. But reality has intervened in big ways and small, leading to a substantial surge in the law’s popularity and the pre sident’s handling of the issue.

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      Kids Lean in the Direction You Should Take Them

      It is interesting to note that in a survey we took, asking 250 children about working at home, ninety-seven per cent felt they should help.

      [This would be the case since God designed each one of us after His own image.  We would find within us a desire to work because He worked.  And we should take to heart His proclamation that work was something categorized as "good" and that He would never command us to do that which is evil.]

      Thus the heavens and the earth were completed, and all their hosts.  By the seventh day God completed His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done…Six days you shall labor and do all your work. ~ The Bible

       

      Hugh Miller…stated the result of his experience to be, that work, even the hardest, is full of pleasure and materials for self-improvement. He held honest labor to be the best of teachers, and that the school of toil is the noblest of schools, — save only the Christian one, — that it is a school in which the ability of being useful is imparted, the spirit of independence learnt, and the habit of persevering effort acquired. He was even of opinion that the training of the mechanic, by the exercise which it gives to his observant faculties, from his daily dealing with things actual and practical, and the close experience of life which he acquires, better fits him for picking his way through the journey of life, and is more favorable to his growth as a Man, emphatically speaking, than the training afforded by any other condition.  ~ Samuel Smiles, Self Help; With Illustrations Of Character And Conduct (1859)


      401 Ways to Get Your Child to Work at Home

      by Bonnie Runyan McCullough


      I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth. ~ 3 John 4

      Dad

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