FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PO Box 2780 *** Montgomery Village, Maryland *** 20886-2780
Parents Group Calls for End to Sexual
Child Abuse in the Classroom
Anne Polcha Judith Ammenheuser
Phone: (703) 443-2401 Phone: (410) 761-7437
Fax: (703) 443-2402 Fax: (410) 761-4233
Watch calls sex/chastity programs exploitive and sexual child abuse and
asks Bishops to issue a moratorium against all classroom sex education.
For 30 years, Bishops have ignored parents and opened the door to
classroom programs that have been destroying purity and innocence of
children in the captive classroom. K-12 sex programs repeatedly
familiarize children with visuals, films, and forms of genitalia complete
with sexological terminology. After years of such exposure, children are
systematically desensitized until they accept public discussions of sexual
matters traditionally reserved for the privacy and security of home and
child's strongest natural defense against potentially abusive situations
was the child's inborn modesty. However, in making the private public,
youth are also made vulnerable to the advances of pedophiles.
Baltimore Catholic school, children K-first grade are exposed to
anatomically correct adult male/female rag dolls. In addition to having
yarn hair all the places where hair grows, the female has breasts,
nipples, a clitoris and a baby that fits into a vaginal opening. Both also
have mouth and anal openings. Ironically, the dolls are part of the child
abuse component of a sex education lesson.
grade girls are taught in a Teen STAR sex/chastity program to contract
their vaginal muscles as a means to bring down sexually stimulated mucus
and then chart any mucus occurrences. By high school, add to the above
explicit porn films and youth are robbed of every vestige of modesty.
documents of recent years encourage parents to form groups to fight the
widespread dangers of classroom sex programs. The most recent document,
Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality: Guidelines for Education Within the
Family, affirms Mothers' Watch and parents' position as it warns against
exposing children to explicit materials, and speaks clearly to parents
that discussions of such delicate matters must be handled individually,
personally, and gradually within the family, and must not violate the
innocence of the child.
Watch is a group of concerned Catholic parents who want to see the
virtues of purity and modesty restored to Catholic education. The only way
to accomplish this important task is to abolish sex education in the
Catholic schools, before sex education completely abolishes Catholic