Middle School Gives Kids Sex Survey Without Notifying Parents

A New Hampshire public Middle School gave students a sex survey without parental notification. The survey asked about their sexual experiences and their sexual orientation. Nice, huh? Don't worry, they said it was just a mix up. You know, these things happen.

Turth Revolt:
Parents were notified with a letter sent home stating that the school would be surveying their children about alcohol and drugs. What they were not told was that the questionnaire also contained advanced questions about sex, especially considering this age range of 11 to 14.

Fox 25 spoke with the school's superintendent who said it was an "oversight" that the note sent home to parents did not include the term "sex."

One question, partially obstructed in the video above, asks about how often a student uses condoms or a Depo-Provera shot (birth control injection) when they have sex. Other questions asked are: “Would you say that you are only straight/heterosexual, mostly straight/heterosexual, bisexual, mostly lesbian/gay or only lesbian/gay?

Which of the following best describes you: Female, male, transgender, male-to-female, transgender female-to-male, transgender, do not identify as exclusively male or female, or not sure?
It's no wonder, public schools have to trap children into their schools.

*subhead*Wow.*subhead*

Comments

  1. And that is why we must vote in every school board election. We are the government, after all, and failure to vote, passivity, allows such enormities to be inflicted on the children.

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  2. ...a valid consecration occurs at a black Mass too you know. It's a mockery of the sacred.

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  3. This little charade reminds me of the "Night On Bald Mountain" sequence in Disney's 1940 classic "Fantasia", However that sequence had a happy ending when the demon hid himself upon hearing Ave Maria. these folks however had no respite whatsoever!

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  4. Black Mass? Get. A. Grip.


    This was a valid Mass offered by a Catholic Priest and assisted by a Catholic congregation who, although they may well be aesthetically atrocious and possibly doctrinally confused, are nonetheless sincere in their desire to make Christ present in the Sacrament of the altar.


    There are people who worship the Devil in this world. Catholics with different sensibilities, tastes or notions of proper worship than you do (than I do for that matter) are not those people.

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  5. my only point is that being a "valid" Mass means very little. All kinds of schismatics with valid orders offer Mass.

    As for "demonic" the authors suggestion is clearly that such a sacrilege could only be inspired by demons and carried out (yes even unwittingly) by well intentioned people. The counter argument is that it was inspired by good angels and the Saints - which Saints might they be?

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  6. I think you are in denial about what is indeed demonic. I'm not saying that everyone at this mass was under demonic influence, but be sure thy Satan will relish a "disrespectful mass" that is "detrimental" to the faith of those who attend regardless of whether it is a valid mass and regardless of the good intentions of those involved.

    Catholics today need to stop wing naive about the nature and goals of evil.

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  7. I'm not so sure.......look at the animals.....it looks like some kind of pagan ritual.


    Take a look at the "bull" looking over, standing over, lording it over the priest at the moment of consecration.


    Do you think satan likes what he see here? I think he does.

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  8. I am quite sure that Satan does not "relish" the sacramental representation of the Sacrifice of Calvary. I'm quite certain that Satan's (hypothetical) aesthetic approval of elements of the liturgical rite do not trump his (undeniable) detestation of Christ manifest among his people in the Real Presence.


    Christ is stronger than Satan. Always has been, and always will be. that's not "naive." That's Christian Hope.

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  9. "Could only be inspired by demons?"


    How exactly is one to know that?


    What one can know, without doubt, is that Jesus Christ was present at that mass.

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  10. Jesus Christ was present at the Crucifixion too, but let's not pretend it wasn't under demonic influence.

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  11. If only trads would stay in their territorial parishes and fight for the liturgy instead of retreating into their ghettoes, this would not happen.

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  12. I think the devil is quite happy to see Our Lord's Real Presence obscured by distracting liturgical abuses.

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  13. Hope that perversion of The Mass will turn out to be ok? That "mass" if it was actually valid had no redeeming features. Tell me what good can come of that sort of thing? Trying to be positive and hopeful here. I can see nothing that could possibly have made this better than a correct NO Mass.

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  14. How can one know this without a doubt? That priest dressed in a puppet of what? Did he bother with the correct words of consecration? He obviously doesn't mind straying a bit from the rest of the rubrics.

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  15. The only thing I know is its disgusting. Why you are defending this trash is beyond me.

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  16. I've learned to expect heresy from the Novus Ordo crowd!

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  17. Novus Ordo inspires heresy while they outlaw the proper Mass.. Demonic is the perfect adjective.

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  18. I agree.. I think Satan will take what he can get. He knows he can't stop the Holy Mass completely, so turning it into a clown show is probably the next best thing for him.

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  19. I agree Stephen.. All of the heresy you and your friends inspire and all of the potentially faithful Catholics you chase away from the Holy Mass with your irreverence are probably pleasing our Lord mightily!

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  20. It's like homosexuality.. It's not the fault of the people doing it, it's the fault of the people reminding them that it's wrong for hurting their feelings (the only real sin left in their minds).

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  21. We don't have any more choice than the Jews did. We're being forced into ghettos by insecure heretic bishops who are afraid that the Mass celebrated properly will shine a light on their ugly heresy.

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  22. And of course they also offer the mandatory GLBT group where you can "come and meet great people"

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  23. A Jewish seder meal has no place in a Catholic Church. It's a ritual of a dead religion, a religion that doesn't believe in Jesus Christ as the son of God.

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  24. They need questions more consistent with the age range. They are kids, let them be kids. THis urgency to make them sexually pliant is such schizophrenia as they simultaneously inundate people with sexual messages, then condemn priests for ephebophilia and praise female teachers who have sex with the same young boys. Schizo?
    How about an appropriate survey:
    1. Do you jump in the mud puddle or do you walk around it?
    2. Making snow forts: really like it, sorta like it, not so much or not at all
    3. What is your favorite candy?

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  25. What good can come of that sort of thing? How about Jesus Christ communing with the faithful who receive his Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity? I generally find that to be a good thing.

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  26. I'm not "defending" what is, to my eyes, an ugly liturgy. What I am asserting, with great vehemence, is that the Holy Mass, offered in good faith is never, EVER, "demonic." That every time Christ is made sacramentally present and every time his faithful commune with Him there is more goodness and more beauty present than the most ham-fisted liturgist in the world could ever fully obscure.


    There is a Devil and he is active in this world. But Holy Mass is never in his bag of tricks. Every valid Mass represents in our time and in our midst the definitive defeat of the Devil's kingdom.

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  27. How dare you!!!!! They're in "full communion."

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  28. Go to Youtube and search for this from Video Sancto:


    Seder Meals Violate the First Commandment

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  29. Spot on, Maggie Sullivan. Distasteful, inadvisable, disrespectful, confusing, detrimental.... all hallmarks of the devil and hell.


    I think this kind of incongruous, disorienting imagery is literally of the devil. You know how when you open a door and smoke from a smoky room comes in first? Paul VI spoke of the smoke of Satan entering the sanctuary. It seems that the devils have indeed followed the smoke into the sanctuary.


    As for bare validity, it may indeed have been a valid Mass. A Black Mass of avowed satanists may also meet the requirements of validity. A wedding with everyone dressed in monkey costumes may also be a valid wedding. The requirements of bare validity may be met, yet the proceedings may still be a mockery and thus blasphemous. This is a model example.

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  30. Joseph, you'll get nowhere with Stephen. He's a model example of the trickiness of those processed by the diabolically tricky Hippie Council, aka the Judas Council, aka the Second Vatican Council.

    For more on this diabolical trickiness, go to Youtube and search for this:

    Bp. Bernard Fellay: On the Crisis in the Church, playlist



    Also search for this:


    Vatican II Wreckage, playlist

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  31. Not to worry. They're in "full communion."

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  32. The mission of these ecclesiastical vandals is, precisely, vandalism. As they put it, "To be a visible, progressive Catholic community.... to transcend traditional boundaries and draw those who seek spiritual growth and social justice."

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  33. Of course. It's the traditionalists' fault.



    Are there no depths to which NeoCatholics will sink?

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  34. Unlikely. Most future priests are receiving a thoroughly disastrous seminary "education." They're being indoctrinated in accord with the toxicity of the Hippie Council Revolution, aka the Judas Council Revolution, aka the Second Vatican Council of 1962-65, the disastrous nature of which is usually radically understated. Here's one who didn't understate it:

    "At the close of a long life (for I was born in 1905 and I now see the year 1990), I can say that it has been marked by exceptional world events: three world wars, that which took place from 1914 to 1918, that which took place from 1939 to 1945, and that of the Second Vatican Council from 1962 to 1965. The disasters caused by these three wars, and especially by the last of them, are incalculable in the domain of material ruins, but even more so in the spiritual realm."

    -Abp. Marcel Lefebvre, Prologue to his book, Spiritual Journey

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  35. Back at ya' government polititions, beaurocrats and educators!
    mmmoooooooo, baaahhaaaah, oink, oink, oink, cluck, cluck, cluck and take a bit of your own "gobble-dee-gook survey, you perverts! I want to know "all" your personal, intimate, relevant sexual information and histories before you enter the classroom.I want it on record before engaging, interacting or teaching another lesson with a child present!
    I want that info tagged under parental notification, as well as, "public" access.
    Let's really get to the "bottom" of it! Looks pretty nasty already!

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