As every day passes, more and more teachers get locked behind bars for inappropriate sexual acts with young children.
Last month Candace Owens made a few points pointed about young children and teachers talking and teaching about sexuality and gender identity.
“What we just examined is a mentally unstable adult predator who has access to children, our children. And there is only one kind of people who don’t see it that way, and those are other predators. Like Disney, a company which focuses its content exclusively on children.”
Owens went on to say “What will follow this, the intentional and overt confusion and sexualization of our children in the classroom, is obvious. Pedophilia is around the corner. And don’t you allow them for one second to convince you that that’s some imaginary fallacy that exists in your head. The slope is real. We must not give these freaks and predators so much as one inch.”
Adults are sexually grooming children in the classrooms.
Some teachers say they are hesitant about speaking about their sexual identity in the classroom since it ‘doesn’t belong in the classroom’ like this special ed teacher in Florida. However, these kinds of teachers are the diamond in the rough.
Many parents and political leaders have denounced some LGBTQ teachers as “groomers” and pedophiles in the last couple of months. Several Republicans say that teachers who mention sexuality are ‘grooming’ kids. Laura Ingraham, Fox News Host, asked on national television, “When did our public schools, any schools, become what are essentially grooming centers for gender identity radicals?”
Recently, a report showed that at least 135 teachers and aids have been arrested in 41 states and charged with child sex crimes in 2022. That equals to 27 teachers arrested each month, about one each day. If the trend continues, there will be at least 324 by year-end. This number doesn’t include all arrests, only the ones publicized.
Teachers and aides were charged with child-related sex crimes, from child pornography to raping students. Most publicized arrests have been men.
If adult teachers are directed to talk to students about their sexual organs and genetialia at ages as young as 4-years old, it directs attention to places on the student’s body that have never been discussed before, therefore making it something that could always be on their mind. As they say, it’s a slippery slope.
According to Psychology Today “Pedophilia is defined as recurrent and intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors involving sexual activity with a prepubescent child or children—generally age 13 years or younger—over a period of at least six months. Pedophiles are more often men and can be attracted to either or both sexes.”
According to Fox5 Erika Sanzi, director of outreach for Parents Defending Education, “Educator sexual abuse is a major problem that largely gets ignored because it’s so uncomfortable to talk about,” Sanzi said in a statement. “While a very small fraction of educators and school employees’ prey on the children in their care, one bad actor can do damage to many students.”
Going on to quote Christopher Rufo, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, “The public school system has a serious child sex abuse problem. The last significant federal study on this topic, which was conducted by the Department of Education in 2004, suggested that millions of American schoolchildren are victims of teacher sexual misconduct in each generation of K-12 students—and there hasn’t been any significant research since then.”