School Textbook Shows Children There Are 8 Genders

( The Newport-Mesa Unified school district in California is using health education textbooks that claim there are over ten sexual orientations and eight genders.

According to Fox News, Newport-Mesa ordered a textbook called “Comprehensive Health Skills for High School” that claims there are not two, but eight separate gender identities, including androgynous, bygender, gender-non-conforming, gender questioning, and nonbinary.

The district’s sex education curriculum also teaches that there are ten different sexual orientations, including androsexual, polysexual, skoliosexual, demisexual, and gynesexual.

Good grief.

Fox interviewed one parent from the district who accused Newport-Mesa of “sexualizing” children at a young age. Alicia Baget said children in the district are being “exploited by very evil people” and this exploitation originates from the top.

Newport-Mesa Unified School District purchased a sex-ed curriculum called “Teen Talk” used for middle and high school-age students.

The “Teen Talk” curriculum, which is used by thousands of California students across the state, uses graphic images of genitalia, including images highlighting the difference between circumcised and uncircumcised penises.

In the textbook “Comprehensive Health,” students are encouraged to create profiles that include their names, sexual orientation, and so-called gender identity.

In a statement to Fox News, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District said the district follows “state-adopted standards on health education,” including standards on “sexual health.” It maintains that its “state-approved health curriculum” is taught by “credentialed teachers.”

Newport-Mesa maintains that parents can opt their children out of “comprehensive sex education” and have the ability to review what their children are taught in school.