CEO of sexual risk prevention ministry Decisions, Choices and Options (DCO) Joi Wasill spoke to members of the Trussville community at CrossPoint Church Tuesday night about the challenges children face in today's cultural and ideological climate.
The Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health postponed a “Consent for Kids” fair on Saturday that was slated to have included “a gender creative fashion show, in which children can try on different clothes to explore self-expression.”
Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is still refusing to answer questions about the agency’s affiliation with groups pushing for comprehensive sexual education.
Texas and Alabama parents share the same problem. The difference; Texas parents know it, and Alabama parents don’t!
Comprehensive sexual education has been at the center of the cultural discussion within public education, and Alabama is no exception.