To be honest, I didn’t know what to believe when I heard that a teacher in Canada actually gave this assignment to her kindergarten class. With that said, when it comes to what they’re trying to teach our children in public schools these days, I’m not even the slightest bit surprised anymore. But WOW, did this blow me out of the water!
At first, I thought the liberal indoctrination camp was isolated to the United States, but apparently, we have a “pedo-problem” with our neighbors to the north.
Since the COVID pandemic, the relentless indoctrination of teachers wanting to ram sex down our kids in both the United States and Canada is out of control. I get it, we want to include the gay community, transgender, and non-binaries in the conversation, but this one assignment took things way too far and treads on the border of pedophilia.
Kindergartners in a school in Canada were reportedly sent home with a masturbation assignment. According to Libs Of TikTok, four-year-olds at an Alert Bay, British Columbia school were given a homework assignment on touching their private body parts. The worksheet asks students to draw pictures of places in their homes where they can masturbate privately.
Here’s the worksheet the children were asked to complete:
Understandably, parents were furious when they found out about the assignment and quickly took to social media to discuss their concerns. One angry parent wrote:
As reported by Libs Of Tiktok, T’lisa̱lagi’lakw School in Albert Bay, Canada is part of the Namgis First Nation. A spokesperson for the Nation told Libs of TikTok “the incident is under investigation” and therefore was not able to comment further. The principal could not be reached for comment.
But after further investigating
The worksheet is adapted from a book called Body Smart: Right From the Start which is advertised for 3-7-year-olds. The author of the book where the worksheet was taken from was found defending herself on social media to other angry parents.
Some Twitter users were quick to defend the school arguing that the assignment was instructing kids to think about where such actions are appropriate… “how hard is that to understand”, one user wrote:
Regardless of what the lesson here is, it’s gross and inappropriate for any school to be asking little kids, especially 4-year-olds where they go to masturbate. As a parent of a 5-year-old, I can promise you that he doesn’t ever know what masturbation is, and under no circumstances do I want him learning about it from some random teacher at school.
They took it way too far with this one, and it needs to stop.