Just when it might be prudent for John Kitzhaber's Oregon Department of Education, the Oregon Health Authority, Brad Victor (WISE Sexuality Expert) and those who promote the Adolescent Sexuality Conference (ASC), to display some humility, and perhaps shame, due to the recent expose' on the sordid activities that are being promoted to minors at the conference in Seaside. Sadly, you would be mistaken.
Rather than being chastened, they are doubling down. The title for the conference in April 2015 is Healthy Body, Minds and Community and the keynote speaker is Al Vernacchio, a 47-year-old homosexual Catholic "Sex Scholar".
More can be understood about the background and viewpoints of Vernacchio by visiting his Facebook page at:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Al-Vernacchio-Sexuality-Edcuator/1390930691165050. Homosexual issues, pictures of naked men, men dressing in women's clothing, and videos of elementary school children who are Transgender are the mainstay of his posts.
Mr. Vernacchio teaches English and human
sexuality at a private high school in Philadelphia. In his sex education classes he encourages students to create their own value system and uses baseball analogies in referring to sex acts. For example, first base, second base, third base and home run.
Vernacchio describes a grand slam as "...orgy, some people say grand slam is a one night stand". He is also quoted as saying "If there's grass on the field, play ball, right, right,"..."which is interesting in this rather hair phobic society where a lot of people are shaving their pubic hair...".
Vernacchio also shows a video of a woman ejaculating and photos of vulvus and penises.
To describe Mr. Vernacchio as unorthodox is to be too kind. Vernacchio is just another pusher of moral depravity in the name of sex education. He is in good stead with his predecessors at the conference whose vision of sex education is no holds barred, no boundaries, if it feels good, do it. The goal of these "sex educators" is to unmoor the values, moral codes and traditions of the youth of today, indoctrinating them, promoting gender confusion, and endangering their health and wellbeing.
One has to wonder what impact past conferences have had on middle and high school students as they viewed and participated in the free-flowing ideology of sex education and the adults who promote it. What impressions are left on the minds, hearts and bodies of youth who have been exposed to this graphic material?