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We exist in order to provide accurate information, effective tools, and strategic support to parents, school officials, and community members who have reason for concern about comprehensive sexuality education in Oregon public schools grades K-12.
Gervais Update

In our May/June Newsletter we reported that the Gervais School District would begin allowing teachers to hand out condoms to sixth graders beginning in the fall. The original story made national news.

We wondered...were parents consulted?

Parents were not consulted and they flooded the school board meeting in June to register their displeasure.  The school board and the principal soon backed away from the proposal.

Gervais parents should be proud that they were successful in causing their school board members to re-think their plans to dispense condoms to 6th graders Nonetheless, district residents need to understand that more is at stake than solely the distribution of condoms to students.   

As it turns out, Ms. Ann O'Connell, Director of Special Services at the Gervais School District , sent an email to Jessica Duke at the Oregon Public Health Department, on behalf of the school board,in which they are requesting help in creating a new position to establish an educational program that would begin teaching sex education to students perhaps beginning in elementary school.Link

So you see, there is a constant assault on parental rights.  The parents of Gervais need to remain ever vigil because the weight of the Oregon Department of Education is about to descend upon them.

The next Gervais School Board meeting is Thursday, October 16th at 6:00 P.M. at the School District Conference Center.

CRITICAL things to be watching for!

1. Sex Ed curriculum adoption
2.  Sex Ed district  policy review/updates

3. School-Based Health Centers; HIPAA implications, parents unaware, "services"

4. "Advisors" (ie: Brad Victor, ODE Sexuality Specialist)

5.  District leaders told  they are "not in compliance with the law"

6.  "Free" grants and trainings for teachers, administrators, youth and counselors

7. Youth Advisory Council (ie: students promote SBHCs,  attend ASC, "teach" their peers)
8. School board meeting agendas related to the above items



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"Hot Dam" dental dams distributed at 2014 Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference
Perhaps, like many parents, you've never heard this term before, much less know the meaning.  If you're like many of us, you might assume it's a tool used in dental offices, however in this case you would be mistaken.  

According to the 2013 Rational Enquirer, an annual publication by the Oregon Health Authority the definition of a dental dam is:
"Dental dams are thin sheets of latex or polyurethane (rubber) that come in lots of different colors, sizes, and flavors. They are a great way to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) during oral sex performed on the vagina or anus."

Some helpful hints about dental dams:
  • "Check the expiration date on the dental dam package.  If it is still good, unfold the dental dam, visually check it for any holes or tears. 
  • If the dental dam has cornstarch powder on it, rinse that off with water.  Starch may cause an infection in the vagina and irritation on the anus.   
  • Apply water-based lubricant to the side of the dental dam that will touch your partner's genitals.  This increases your partner's sensitivity. 
  • Place the dental dam over your partner's genitals and hold it in place so it doesn't move too much.
  •  Remember that only one side of the dam should come into contact with the genitals, and one side should come into contact with the mouth."

The Rational Enquirer is promoted by the Oregon Department of Education, Oregon DHS, and the Oregon Health Authority. 

So you see, your education dollars are hard at work sexualizing your child.  Again, who knew it was the purview of these state agencies to make sure your child's sexual pleasure is increased when having oral sex.
The theme for the 2014 Adolescent Sexuality Conference in Seaside, Oregon was "Building Blocks of Youth Sexual Health". 

Is the use of dental dams really about "Youth Sexual Health" or is it simply the encouragement of sexual experimentation?
"Healthy Sexuality"
According to the ODE


No Boundaries Adolescent Sexuality Conference  

Pleasure, Porn, Meth, Phone Sex
Explicit Images and Materials
Virtual Sex, Dental Dams, Identity Formation



What is the Rational Enquirer?
The Rational Enquirer is an annual publication on "teen sexual health" by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Teen Pregnancy Task Force, distributed at the ASC conference in Seaside,  at the 2013 Oregon School-Based Health Alliance conference, encouraged to be used by school nurses, in middle and high school classrooms and youth-serving organizations.

As Rob Saxton, Deputy Superintendent of the ODE, enthusiastically states in his April 2014 Oregon Education Blog that, "The Rational Enquirer is a youth focused publication written for teens, by teens on topics of identity, love, life and sex."

In the 2010 Rational Enquirer, Jenn Burleton,submitted an article titled "Gender Identity: Transgender, Cisgender, Non-Gender". This is the same Jenn Burleton who was a keynote speaker at the 2013 Adolescent Sexuality Conference in Seaside and founder of "Transactive Gender Center" Jenn Burleton is a man who considers himself a woman, and he is not a student.

Further, in the same publication, an article by Jessica Duke titled "College Bound?  Would the college get an "A" on a sexual health report card?" Jessica Duke 
works for the Oregon Public Health Department and she is not a student.

The theme for the 2015 Adolescent Sexuality Conference in Seaside, Oregon "Healthy Bodies, Minds & Community", April 13 & 14th.
Condoms, Lubes and Dental Dams
Distributed to Oregon Student
Free condoms, lubricants, and dental dams were made available to all attendees at the April, 2014 Adolescent Sexuality Conference. Approximately 1/3 of participants were middle and high school students.


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