'Politically biased' sex-ed slideshow skirted state law

'Politically biased' sex-ed slideshow skirted state law

'Politically biased' sex-ed slideshow skirted state law

A cultural issues writer doubts high school students would question what their psychology teacher is teaching them.

Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute reports that Desert Mountain High teacher Mackenzie Onofry in Arizona is telling students that "homosexual behavior is a part of the animal world" and teaching them that only 4% of men and 2% of women are "exclusively heterosexual."

According to Onofry's slideshow presentation, the order of birth can be part of determining the likelihood that males are born homosexual, with the chances for each successive male being increased by one-third.

"These kids are too young to understand, to know the sources," Higgins submits. "Even if she tells them, they're not going to know that they're politically biased."

Higgins, Laurie (Illinois Family Institute) Higgins

Onofry's presentation cited American zoologist and sexologist Alfred Kinsey, a biology professor who conducted his flawed research aimed at convincing the world that "tolerance of the enormous variety of sexual behavior that existed was right" at Indiana University more than 70 years ago.

Breitbart notes that Kinsey was the major force behind effectively breaking down America's sodomy laws, which were ended by the U.S. Supreme Court in the 2003 case Lawrence v. Texas.

"I wonder if in a class she bothers to tell students what a degenerate pervert Alfred Kinsey is," Higgins poses. "He should never be cited as an expert in a public school for anything."

In Arizona, all sexual education material must be posted publicly for a comment period and approved by the board, and parents must consent to their child being taught such information. But according to the Arizona Daily Independent, Onofry and Scottsdale Unified School District officials did not follow state law regarding sexual education material.