Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)
is NOT the sex ed you expect.
Unlike traditional sex education, CSE (used interchangeably with CSHE for Comprehensive Sexuality Health Education) is an ideology that teaches children can experience pleasurable sexual activity at any age, starting in elementary school.
CSE hurts our children.
CSE curriculum introduces young children to graphic sexual images, false medication information, and access to harmful online resources.
CSE does not protect our children.
CSE programs neglect to address the psychological, emotional, and physical health risks associated with promiscuous sexual activity.
CSE hurts our schools.
ESSB 5395 is an unfunded mandate on ALL Washington schools. It requires schools to adopt a CSE curriculum. The control will be removed from the local districts and parents.
This website was designed to provide access to some of the issues. It also includes additional facts to consider and helpful resources.
We hope CSE will be replaced with a well-balanced curriculum that includes safety, protection, and age-appropriate content, and scientifically accurate information. Let's keep our kids safe.
What do the school districts think?
Listen to their reasons for opposing CSE.
Want to know more?
See for yourself what the supporters of the CSE mandate denied.
What does the CSE curriculum look like?
Read the lesson plans here.
YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED...
DID YOU KNOW?
CSE curricula emphasize being assertive, but in an unhealthy and unsafe way.
One example is an activity where 12-year-olds role-play asking each other for sex. Their answers are then analyzed by their peers. If they say "no" to sex, their fellow students record on a worksheet whether the "no" was convincing enough. If not, it will not count as a rejection.
According to CSE, "no" no longer means "no." It could mean yes.
DID YOU KNOW?
Currently, Washington's Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chris Reykdal, stated he never approved the controversial 3Rs curricula.
This was a lie.
After the uproar, OSPI decided to make their approved curriculum list hard to find.
Don't worry, we made a quick link to it. Notice the 3Rs on it.
"The philosophy of the classroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next,"