Illinois Lawmakers Send ‘Sexually Charged’ K-12 Sex-Ed Bill to Governor

Illinois Lawmakers Send ‘Sexually Charged’ K-12 Sex-Ed Bill to Governor


Illinois legislators passed a bill Friday that would require K-12 public schools in the state that offer sex education to align their curriculum with the National Sex Education Standards (NSES), the creation of organizations that advocate for sex-ed consistent with abortion rights and LGBTQ inclusion.

If Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) signs the bill into law, Illinois will be the first state to align its sex-ed standards with NSES.

Republican lawmakers and some Democrats objected to the explicit content in the standards that would be taught, even to children in elementary and middle school.

“The goal of sex education is to help young people grow into healthier sexual relationships and healthier adults,” said state Rep. Tony McCombie (R), according to NPR. “[The bill] is not age appropriate, it is sexually charged.”

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Abortion and LGBTQ activists celebrated the passage of the bill, claiming the type of sex-ed information they condone will

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