OpinionThu Nov 20, 2014 - 1:12 pm EST
CBS affiliate presents explosive exposé on Oregon’s ‘Triple X’ sex education
“A KOIN 6 Investigation uncovered that there’s a good chance the parents who signed permission slips in order for their children to attend have no clue what is really being taught behind closed doors. Part of the lesson plan at a workshop at the Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference is an adult website called Virtual Fem. In addition to the content from that website, numerous handouts, such as one that encourages cyber and phone sex, have been passed out to high school and middle school students in attendance.” And that’s only the tip of the iceberg uncovered in an explosive exposé that aired yesterday on the CBS affiliate television channel in Oregon about the conference that has Planned Parenthood on its steering committee. The report continues:
The pamphlets go on to suggest other ways students can engage in intimate activities without going all the way, including bathing together, shaving each other, wearing each other’s underwear, role playing, buying an extra-large pair of pajama bottoms to sleep in together, lap dances, and strip teases.
Another workshop at the conference focuses on how to pleasure someone else over the Internet.
“Teledildonics basically refers to the control of sex toys over the Internet; the remote use of sex toys,” said keynote speaker Cory Silverberg in an audiotape obtained by KOIN 6 News after the conference from an attendee.
When confronted about the graphic content, the conference’s director, Brad Victor, declined to comment about one session in particular about performing sex acts over Skype and whether those sessions could potentially be recorded and used against a student later.
“Is this interview going down this line the whole time? If it is, I’m walking out. I’m serious about this,” said Victor.
Victor is also spokesperson for the Teen Pregnancy Task Force, according to the report.
A student who attended the conference had more to say to KOIN investigators. Describing a workshop where the speaker brought students to a porn website and taught them to program virtual women, the students said, “When you press a certain command, it tells her to perform various sexual acts, um, and so that was very disturbing.”
The report goes on to recount how one of the handouts from the conference promotes meth use to help sexual drive. “Indeed,” the KOIN report says, “a section of the handout . . . read: ‘Meth is widely used for a million reasons to have lots of sex with lots of partners for long periods.’”
Brad Victor, the conference director, receives financing from two state agencies and the conference. He continued throughout the report to defend the conference content.
“The material passed out at this conference is dedicated to preventing teen pregnancy, preventing STDs and also developing healthy relationships,” said Victor.
When asked whether he thought the suggestions given in the pamphlets prevent teen sex, Victor refused to comment.
“I’m not going to address that question. That question is inappropriate,” he said.
KOIN investigators attempted to reach the 16 school district superintendents that may have sent students to the conference. Ten of the superintendents who were reached said they were “unaware such material was being taught.”
The report aired yesterday at 11 p.m. Pacific time. The time slot was chosen because of the unavoidably explicit nature of the materials to be presented—materials that are given to children as young as middle school age at the state-sanctioned conference. The full report is available on the station’s website.
A local watchdog group, Parents’ Rights in Education, has had its eye on the Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference and the XXX-rated presentations and materials being peddled to and by schoolchildren there for several years. Planned Parenthood is on the steering committee of this conference.
In 2013, Parents’ Rights in Education and others asked American Life League’s Rita Diller to attend the conference and see for herself what was being foisted on children. Diller says she came away scarred. “I monitor Planned Parenthood sex education on a regular basis and I have seen some unbelievably horrifying situations that young people are put in because of the abortion giant’s fixation with sexualizing children, but never have I seen so many adults work so hard to defile young people than at this conference,” she said. “It is blatant child abuse,” Diller continued.
Diller wrote a series of reports for the Wednesday STOPP Report about the conference, revealing the repugnant materials and off-the-wall behaviors she witnessed there. Her initial report from the conference reveals her shock:
As I reflect on the Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference (ASC) recently held in beautiful Seaside, Oregon, only two blocks from Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, I feel overwhelming grief and pain.
I grieve for the students who spent two long days with adults who relentlessly threw the most vile, deceptive, sexually soaked garbage in their faces in an apparently successful attempt to numb them to sin, to turn them against Christianity, and to tempt them with the embrace of debauchery in some of its most vile apparitions.
National news outlets picked up the STOPP articles. Because of those reports, many people came to know about the atrocities that were being perpetrated at the conference and to have a clearer understanding of the agenda of Oregon’s WISE initiative—Working to Institutionalize Sex Education—led by Brad Victor, the “sexuality education expert” with the Oregon Department of Education. School districts across Oregon that are on board with the WISE initiative are required to attend the annual ASC in Seaside, Oregon, where they transport children for what Diller described as a “field trip to hell.”
Because of the media exposure, more concerned citizens joined in the investigative efforts of Parents’ Rights in Education, resulting in more than 100 parents and concerned individuals demonstrating outside the 2014 ASC conference.
While parents were demonstrating outside, the dirty work of the conference continued inside. Several parents attended on behalf of the investigative effort and brought out materials that matched and expanded on the cache that Diller brought out in 2013. Those materials are now on the website of Parents’ Rights in Education for the world to see. Also on the website are some videos from the 2014 conference. One of them shows a presentation where a teen boy blows up a condom, lubricates it, and performs a simulated sex act with it while adult sponsors and teens laugh.
Diller’s reports from the 2013 ASC are available on the STOPP website using the links below:
ALL applauds the work of Parents’ Rights in Education—the group that documented the atrocities at the ASC and brought them to the attention of investigative reporters at KOIN—and others who have worked so hard to bring the truth about the ASC to light. The KOIN investigative report has, at long last, turned the floodlights on the atrocities that have been perpetrated behind closed doors at the Oregon ASC, out of range of the watchful eyes of parents. As a result, at least one school district has said that students from that district will no longer be brought to the conference by the school.
What is happening in Oregon sex education is, unfortunately, not unique. All across the nation Planned Parenthood and its cohorts are networking with state education departments and others who are in a position to foist its repugnant, abusive sex education on children, deceiving and sidestepping parents. American Life League and its Stop Planned Parenthood International (STOPP) project are working overtime to put a halt to the sexualization of children. The STOPP website contains a wealth of information on eliminating Planned Parenthood from schools. ALL’s Jim Sedlak has written Parent Power!!, the definitive book on how parents can take back control of their children’s schools. It is available free of charge for download here.
Reprinted with permission from STOPP.