When I went to public schools in the 1950s and 60s, we started each day with the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer. It was common to read sections of the Bible as part of our lessons. Teachers and principals were allowed to spank when students warranted it and I got my share of swats. If a student didn’t do their homework they would fail and be held back a year. We had dress codes to follow that kept a decorum of modesty.
Starting in the mid 1960s, the United States liberal Supreme Court began making systematic rulings that removed God, Jesus, Bible, Prayer and anything Christian from the public schools. They were replaced with a religion of humanism and hedonism. God was replaced with self.
Since that time, modesty, morality and values have been replaced with sexual permissiveness. Students as young as kindergarten are being taught that homosexuality is normal and should be explored. Elementary school students are being taught that sex is okay, how to masturbate and even how to use female condoms for anal sex. High school students are being urged to read pornography that glorifies rape, incest and pedophilia.
So is it any wonder that we are hearing about more and more instances of teachers getting sexually involved with students of all ages? I’ve reported on a number of instances of sexual misconduct by teachers over the past couple of years. It amazes me that so many of them think they can get away with it. Just last week I heard of two more cases of sexual abuse by teachers in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area.
Just how much of a problem is this? Look at a recent report by Bob Kellogg on EAGNews.org:
“The Patriot News reported this fall that Pennsylvania officials were on track to field more than 700 complaints against teachers and administrators, more than half which would involve sexual abuse, misconduct or exploitation of students at the hands of school employees.”
“A federal report from 2009 estimates that 422,000 California public school students would be victims of some form of sexual abuse before graduation, or about 6% of the student population. The list of abuses includes lewd comments, exposure to pornography, peeping in the locker room and sexual touching and grabbing in addition to sexual assault.”
“In Texas, Terri Miller of Stop Educator Sexual abuse Misconduct and Exploitation (S.E.S.A.M.E.) said 180 teachers had been arrested since January of this year, and that was back in June.”
“The Associated Press in a seven-month investigation found 2,570 educators whose teaching credentials were revoked, denied, surrendered or sanctioned from 2001 through 2005 following allegations of sexual misconduct.”
“Terry Abbott, chairman of the Houston-based Drive West Communications, tracks teacher misconduct and abuse cases nationwide. And it’s not just teachers, but all school personnel.”
“‘All total, we have tracked since the first of January 740 cases nationwide. And it’s cases what we call either accused or convicted of inappropriate relationships with children,’ Abbott tells EAGnews.”
“‘So it’s not just sexual abuse, but it’s all in that vein, whether it’s inappropriate contact, inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature with children—texting, sexting, sending inappropriate messages. That sort of thing.’”
“EAG asked Abbott if he thinks the problem is declining or getting worse.”
“‘It seems to certainly be getting worse’ he says. ‘We’ll have good numbers beyond this year to compare to. But individual states have talked about the numbers they had in the past and have reported their numbers seem to be growing…and so everything points to the number going up.’”
I believe that this epidemic is a direct result of the sexual permissiveness and perverseness that is running rampant in our society. Sex outside of marriage seems to be acceptable, even among many so-called Christians. Homosexuality is receiving preferential rights and privileges over traditional marriage. If you get pregnant due to your sexual activities, just take the morning after pill or go have an abortion. Condoms are freely handed out in public schools, giving students the feeling that sex is permitted.
Primetime television is more sexually explicit than ever before and glorifies all forms of sex except a traditional marriage between one man and one woman. Some of the most popular shows have been slipping in glimpses of nudity and it probably won’t be much longer before it’ll be more than just a half second flash. Almost every aspect of their life is filled with some kind of reference or visual image of sex.
This is what an entire generation is growing up with. This is the culture that is producing today’s and tomorrow’s teachers. Parents, you need to ask yourself if it’s worth sending your child(ren) to public school and exposing them to the growing risk of being sexually molested and violated by sexual predators working as teachers? If they aren’t sexual victims then they will certainly be the victims of socialist indoctrination.
I can’t say it strong enough, but public schools should be avoided at all costs. The negatives are outweighing the positives. Your child(ren) are too important to risk.