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The Over Sexualizing of NJ Students Must End

As students return to the classroom this week, the battle for the minds of the emerging generation is escalating. The sexual agenda of activist groups and leftist educators must be exposed and restrained. Their attempt to indoctrinate children to reject God’s objective creative order and replace it with subjective undefined identities is a serious social overreach that has parents, pastors and teachers troubled. The moral revolutionaries’ endless obsession with sexuality is unhealthy and unnecessary.

New Jersey Family Policy Council, in partnership with engaged parents and local elected officials, is on the frontlines advocating for parental rights and conscience protections for your children and grandchildren.Hyland-at-barengat-Township--w-caption

This month our team has, or will:

  • Publicly testify at the Barnegat Township City Council Meeting (see image on right) in support of Mayor Al Cirulli’s statement challenging the implementation of LGBT curriculum in public schools beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. Sexual relationships normally taught in health class with a parental opt-out will now be taught in history class without any conscience objections allowed. The over sexualizing of our students must end.
  • Meet the NJ Commissioner of Education to discuss the pornographic illustrations of lesbian sex in Fun Home – a tragicomic. This book was originally assigned as required reading for 12th grade Literature in the Watching Hills School District. In spite of hundreds of outraged parents who signed petitions or testified at school board meetings, the book continues to be available for students as an option of three books to choose from. The over sexualizing of our students must end.
  • Organize our first Parental Rights Coalition phone conference. This new focus group will meet monthly to discuss our plan of action to address overly sexualized curriculum across school districts and proposed bills by our NJ State Legislature that violate long held parental rights. Currently, NJ bills A5577/S3968 would permit 13-year-olds to start a treatment of puberty blockers without their parent’s consent or knowledge. The over sexualizing of our students must end.

This is what you can do:

Know your rights! Download this Parental Rights Resource Guide specifically developed for the state of NJ by our national legal team at Family Policy Alliance.

Get involved! Consider joining our parental rights coalition. We are looking for clergy, parents, grandparents, and current or former educators to communicate with local school boards. Email: info@njfpc.org for more information. Please include your county and school district in your inquiry email.

Give Today! Summer is normally a slow season of giving as families are on vacation and enjoying weather friendly activities. We have been busy all summer meeting key legislators regarding upcoming legislative priorities possibly voted on this fall. We are serving your family and protecting your church across the state. Would you please consider a gift this month to strengthen our ability to works towards a state where God is honored, religious liberty flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.

Let’s make NJ better,

Len
Len Deo
Founder and President
New Jersey Family Policy Council

Shawn
Shawn Hyland
Director of Advocacy – New Jersey
Family Policy Alliance

P.S. Make plans to join us for our 2019 Guardian of the Family Gala on November 13th at the Venetian in Garfield, NJ.

Our special guest will be Abby Johnson – author of the best-selling book and recent hit movie Unplanned which chronicles her experiences with Planned Parenthood and her dramatic exit. Come hear her inspiring story of standing firm for the pre-born.

Find out how to get tickets or to help sponsor our gala.

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