Wednesday, November 28, 2007

St. Lucie sex ed opponents protest at official's home

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Opponents of the St. Lucie County School District's controversial sex education curriculum have a message for school board members: Vote "yes" and you can expect to see your picture alongside descriptions of sex acts posted all over town.

Bryan Longworth, an associate pastor at a Port St. Lucie church, said he plans to send board members a flier with descriptions taken from the curriculum, called Get Real About AIDS, and space for the picture of anyone who approves it as a "warning."

"They need to know that they're not just going to be able to vote for this without anyone knowing what they approved," he said Tuesday.

The school board plans to have a public forum from 9 a.m. to noon Dec. 8 at its district offices in Fort Pierce to get public comments on the proposed curriculum and will vote on it at its regular meeting on Dec. 11.

This could get interesting. I wonder if board members would be so quick to vote for the "comprehensive sex education" curriculum that is being brought into school systems these days if they were to be publicly and visibly associated with the things that it actually says. Hmmmm.

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