Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport
The Waldorf School of Garden City in Long Island is facing a backlash from parents who say it is using a controversial book to teach fifth graders about oral and anal sex and masturbation.
Some parents, who pay $30,000 a year to send a student to the elite institution, are even threatening to pull their children out.
‘It made me physically nauseous,’ one mother told The New York Post.
‘There’s a whole page on contraception and vaginal and anal sex and more about how it’s perfectly normal. This is clearly agenda-pushing and it’s so outrageous.’
The Waldorf school is based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner, the 19th-century Austrian philosopher, and teacher, who believed more in experiential and gentle teachings rather than strict diktats.
The new sex education curriculum was announced to parents in March.
The progressive school, however, insisted to DailyMail.com that ‘the book in question is an optional, supplementary resource for parents that have never been used in the classroom.’
The class called Our Whole Lives (OWL), references the controversial book ‘It’s Perfectly Normal’ by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley.
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Parents claim the book’s content was originally made for older children and is not appropriate for fifth graders.
One mother spoke to The Post on condition of anonymity because, she claimed, parents have been ‘intimidated’ and threatened with being labeled as ‘against diversity’ for raising concerns.
Another said she feared retaliation from the school where parents sign contracts every February for their children’s enrollment for the following year.
‘This school is the one place where they have always let children be children and they used to try to keep them away from social media and television,’ one said.
‘But now this ideology is becoming the forefront of the school’s focus. I’m all for diversity and inclusion but it takes on a whole new tone when your little kids come home lecturing you about pronouns and asking about oral sex.’