Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Federal Surveys Ask Children About Sex & Home Life

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From FreedomProject Academy:

In a deeply controversial survey given to schoolchildren across the country, federal authorities improperly solicit information about everything from the sexual and drug habits of children to home and family life. Dubbed the “National Youth Risk Behavior Survey” (YRBS), the scheme has attracted outrage from parents.

The questionnaire, distributed every two years in school districts across America, is created and pushed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The federal government apparently uses unconstitutional bribes — dubbed “grants” — to encourage participation by school districts.

A version of the survey distributed this year to children as young as 10 in New York asks about sending naked pictures by phone, having oral sex, the number of sexual intercourse partners, thoughts of suicide, and more. Again, these are children who are 10, 11, 12, and 13 years old.

The version of the survey obtained by The Newman Report, which was passed out to middle school students in New York State's Fairport Central School District, also asks prying questions about home life.

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