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Chicago Public Schools Mandate 5th Graders Have Access to Condoms


I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.

Parents, it’s time to remove your kids from public school.

Similar to public universities, public schools for K-12 are rapidly turning into Marxist indoctrination camps.

From Critical Race Theory to anti-American rhetoric, public schools are attempting to breed a generation of kids who hate their country.

And with the latest reports from Chicago, turn children towards sexual indecency.

A new policy of providing condoms to children as young as 5th graders has many parents outraged.

The Chicago public school system is attempting to remove parents from raising their children about moral values regarding sex.

And under the disguise of public health.

These “public health” measures will do nothing more than expose children to sexual misconduct.

Here’s the latest:

Chicago Sun Times reported:

When Chicago Public Schools fully reopen late next month for the first time since the start of the pandemic, students will be returning to schools stocked with hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, masks, forehead thermometers and air purifiers.

But nearly every CPS school will also have items that experts say will keep students healthy and safe regardless of the status of the pandemic: menstruation products and condoms.

Both will be provided as the result of a new policy passed by the CPS Board of Education in December. A similar action that will require all schools in Illinois provide menstruation products generated far more attention this spring when it was passed by state lawmakers in Springfield.

Under the CPS policy, schools that teach fifth grade and up must maintain a condom availability program as part of an expanded vision of sexual health education. That means all but a dozen, which enroll only younger grades, of the more than 600 CPS schools will have condoms.

The idea was years in the making and, though it may come with some controversy, was what many experts agreed was a step in the right direction for student health, CPS’ top doctor Kenneth Fox said in an interview last week. Until now, principals have had massive leeway to use their own discretion on sex-related education and resources.

“Young people have the right to accurate and clear information to make healthy decisions,” said Fox, a pediatrician of 30 years. “And they need access to resources to protect their health and the health of others as they act on those decisions.”


The Washington Times also covered the story:

Incoming students will have access to 250 condoms per elementary school; high schools are required to have 1,000 on hand.

“I would expect that not everybody is going to be completely on board right from the start, but I do think society has changed,” CPS doctor Kenneth Fox said, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Tuesday.

The policy, passed by the CPS Board of Education in December, also ensures that students have menstrual products, masks, and other health products.

“Young people have the right to accurate and clear information to make healthy decisions,” the pediatrician added. “They need access to resources to protect their health and the health of others as they act on those decisions.”

Scout Bratt, an outreach and education director at the Chicago Women’s Health Center, concurred.

“It’s a harm reduction approach,” Mr. Bratt told the newspaper.

Critics want CPS to focus on better sexual education in school, in addition to consultation with parents, before offering condoms to children.

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