Wednesday, July 06, 2022

WA State School Board Director to Teach Sexual Pleasure Class to Preteens

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A Washington state school board director, who owns a sex shop, is making headlines after announcing she will teach sex education classes for children as young as 9 on topics such as "sexual anatomy for pleasure" and "safer sex practices for all kinds of sexual activities."

Is there any possibility that Gov. Inslee could take a little time off building his Abortion Sanctuary Empire and do something "progressive"--- like look out for the kids that escaped the abortion industry? 

Be informed, not misled.

Just when you think you've seen it all.

Fox News is reporting, "The class for 9- to 12-year-olds is an introduction to topics related to relationships, puberty, bodies, and sexuality. We focus on what makes healthy vs. unhealthy friendships and romantic relationships, the science of how puberty works, consent and personal boundaries, defining ‘sex’, and discussing why people may or may not choose to engage in sexual activities," Jenn Mason, owner of sex shop WinkWink in Bellingham and school board director for the Bellingham School District, told KTTH radio host Jason Rantz."

Rantz says, " A controversial school board director is again raising eyebrows, this time for conducting a sex-education class for children as young as 9 years old at a sex shop. The class includes a focus on 'sexual anatomy for pleasure,' 'kinds of solo and partnered sexual activities,' and gender and sexual identities.”

He continues, "Jenn Mason is a sex educator and owner of WinkWink, which bills itself as an all-ages, 'identity-inclusive sex shop' in Bellingham. In addition to the sex products, Mason offers 50-minute sex coaching sessions. She’s also the school board director for the Bellingham School District."

The sex shop has a slogan that supposedly defines who they are: "Inclusive, never creepy."

This event is inappropriately inclusive and extremely creepy.

Having kids present in a sex shop is bizarre. Pretending a nine-year-old kid is "queer" is delusional, but that's what Jenn Mason is apparently all about.

How would you even define a parent who would take their child to such a class?

This woman is the Director of the Bellingham School District.

The school district has announced they do not endorse this event.

Mason, stating the obvious, says: "As this is a public event at a private business, anyone uncomfortable with the location may choose to not attend."

Titled “Uncringe Academy,” the goal is “helping young people to feel comfortable around these topics so that they can advocate for their own bodies, health, and well-being.”

Mason lists the topics on the event page of the Wink Wink website. I won't list the topics.

Her website says she intends to provide the material with an eye towards “empowerment and information, rather than shame, fear, and judgment.”

This is what "grooming" children looks like.

Mason says the things she covers in her classes are not generally covered in sex ed classes in schools.

She does not have specific education training on adolescent sexuality.

This is not school-sponsored, she has a right to do what she wants with her own business.

Having a right to do certain things does not always mean one should do it.

However, with little to no moral balance and restraint in our culture, rightness or wrongness is seldom a factor anymore. 

I don't know her or her heart, but my guess is that she is fully aware that because of her voter-given position on the board and in the school district, she has considerable influence. At best she's trying to direct more business to her shop. At worst she's participating in grooming these little children.

Children are not equipped to bear the weight of adult sexuality.

Focus on the Family, in their publication "Daily Citizen" has given parents---and grandparents some thoughts and guidance on these matters.

I don’t remember where I first heard this truth, but I know it was in the context of ministry to relationally and sexually broken people. Many of us had been forced to bear the weight of adult sexuality in childhood. Early and inappropriate sexualization had affected our lives, relationships, thoughts, beliefs and actions, helping lead many into sexual sin, addiction and broken relationships.

But more and more these days children are exposed to adult sexuality – not by a predator, pornography or entertainment – but in the classroom.

One of the most obvious ways this is happening is through what proponents call “Comprehensive Sexuality Education” (CSE).

In this case, the Bellingham school board director has, using the influence she has with the school district and the confidence of those who elected her to the office, circumvented any school district resistance---which I personally doubt would have been much if any unless it became a public issue, as it now has.

Focus continues:

Years ago, if schools even taught basic sex education, educators usually promoted abstinence, emphasizing delaying sexual activity until marriage. This sex-ed focused on biology, puberty, reproductive systems, and preventing sexually transmitted infections.

But in many schools, this has been replaced with CSE – a radical “rights-based” and “pleasure-based” sexuality curriculum.

CSE is mandated in many states and promoted by groups like Advocates for Youth, an LGBT activist organization; Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest provider of sex education curriculum; Answer – Sex Ed, Honestly, producer of the infamous “AMAZE” videos for children and adolescents; and SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change – their name explains their agenda.

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) spells out what these groups mean by “sexual rights” or “sexual and reproductive health rights” in their booklet “Exclaim! Young People’s Guide to ‘Sexual Rights: an IPPF declaration” (our emphasis, below):

“Exclaim!” says these sexual rights are universal, inalienable, and indivisible – just like constitutionally protected rights. The document explains what inalienable means:

Everyone is entitled to human rights simply for being human. Human rights cannot be taken away or given up from anyone, irrespective of their age, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, disability, HIV status, or health status.

“Exclaim!” says that sexual pleasure is a sexual right, arguing, “All young people are entitled to sexual well-being and pleasure, whether or not they want to have children.” The booklet states that increasing “service providers’ awareness and understanding about young people’s sexual pleasure” will lead to “the highest attainable standard of sexual health.”

School board director Jenn Mason has taken this lie to the next level with kids in Bellingham.

Planned Parenthood believes: Young people’s early encounters of sexual pleasure are very important since they can shape the way they experience and express their sexuality in the future. Ensuring that all young people understand that they are entitled to sexual pleasure and how to experience different forms of sexual pleasure is important for their health and well-being.

Christians believe that being male or female is of utmost importance, reflecting God’s image and likeness. We believe that marriage is the place for sexual expression, to unite a husband and wife and to bring forth children. Marriage is the highest picture in Scripture of Christ’s relationship with the church.

CSE supporters have separated sexual activity from its deeper purposes – making it all about “my rights” and “my pleasure.” If your children or grandchildren or neighbor’s children are enrolled in CSE, you can bet they’re not being taught a biblical sexual ethic.


Founding Father Noah Webster is credited with being the father of public education in America.

Webster said often, "Education is useless without the Bible."

Public education proves him right again, and again, and again.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Engaged. Be Prayerful.