Just two years ago, principled candidates ran for the Loudoun County School Board, fighting to stop pornography in classrooms, but the voters dismissed their claims as either hyperbole or false.
But now, in addition to Loudoun County allowing men into women’s bathrooms and showers and teaching racism in our schools, there are videos of a Loudoun County AP Psychology teacher’s pornographic lessons making the rounds on social media, and reactions have been a mix of horrified and enraged. (See YouTube video links below.)
Parents don’t understand how it is legal for government employees to expose minors to sexually explicit materials and to ask them questions about their sexual education and experiences.
Fun Fact: Government schools are exempt from Virginia’s obscenity laws. Government schools do not need parental permission to give Virginia students sexual materials or to teach them about sexuality. In 2019, Delegate Dave LaRock introduced HB 2570 that would have required parental permission for sexual education. It narrowly passed in the House, but three Republican state senators joined seven Democrats to kill the bill in committee.
Read that again slowly. Three fake conservatives–Dunnavant, Sutterleine, and Peake–all voted to allow schools to distribute porn in the classrooms.
So, when a creepy old man tells his high school students that he is fascinated with sexual education and wants to know how they first learned about sex, don’t be surprised.
When he shows his students a video about babies in the womb “masturbating,” and how to sexually stimulate a sow (female pig), and how far a man’s ejaculate can travel, and how to make artificial semen, don’t be surprised.
This is all perfectly legal here in Virginia. And we all know who to thank.
This same “woke” teacher openly targeted and humiliated a student in his classroom by demanding personal pronouns and then assigning them anyway when the confused student did not reply (a formal complaint has been filed), and yet as you can see in the first video, Mr. Greening was completely dismissive of how deeply offended students might be over the explicit talk about stimulating a woman’s vulva and the location of a pig’s clitoris. In fact, he thought they should be thankful for the explicit video he was showing them. “You’re welcome,” he cheekily quipped before pressing the play button below the post.
When our gubernatorial candidates talk about giving public school teachers like this one a pay raise rather than the need for full School Choice, you can imagine how my face hits my palm and my desire to throw things at the wall hits a boiling point.
Every single candidate, state-wide to the House of Delegates, has received an Educational Freedom pledge with a letter explaining why they need to sign it. I have a growing list of School Choice Champions, including Scott Pio in my district, who eagerly signed and returned the pledge.
But there are some well-known candidates out there who have not. They talk a big game about fixing our educational crisis but they offer no real solutions to the pervasive rot in our school systems except to give those very schools more money.
I put my money where my mouth is. I pulled my children out of the government schools permanently. But many parents don’t have that financial privilege, and that’s why every single Virginia candidate should be pledging to introduce and support full School Choice Legislation in which public educational funds directly follow the child, whether he or she attends government, charter or private schools or is homeschooled.
This way parents can truly control their kids’ education rather than be at the mercy of radical school boards and abusive school administrators and agenda-driven government teachers. Just voting Republican is NOT good enough anymore. You must demand that these candidates support FULL SCHOOL CHOICE today!
**Videos of Mr. Timothy Greening’s AP Psychology class at Woodgrove High School on March 12, 2021:
Part 1: https://youtu.be/SEd5UJDCl0Q
Part 2: https://youtu.be/BEFYUSWE838
Please note: These videos are not safe for work, and definitely not safe for children. In order to view the videos, you will need to sign in to your YouTube or Google account to verify that you are age 18 or older. I apologize for the inconvenience, but our kids’ minds and hearts are worth the trouble.
For the Children,
Virginia for Educational Freedom