School faces backlash after parents reject leftist sex-ed 'consultant'

"I want to know exactly what she’s teaching my child," said one concerned mother.

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

Columbia Grammar & Prep is scheduled to have a controversial speaker come into the classroom and teach students sexually explicit content in a four session series starting next month.

It's not the first time the school has had this kind of a "sex-ed" episode gone awry, and parents are concerned about what their kids might be exposed to.

Lindsey Fram takes a page out of the same playbook that a previous guest to the school had, which includes topics like bondage and puberty blockers, and the usage of the controversial Amaze sex education video series.

The private school in New York first informed parents last week that Fram was coming, and on March 1st she’s making a presentation to these parents.

A few parents spoke to the New York Post about their worries: "Either the school didn’t properly vet her or the school doesn’t care what she’s doing so the school administrators need to be held accountable to this. I want to know exactly what she’s teaching my child," said one mother.

Another parent was worried about how overt Fram’s social media behavior is and the implications of that in a classroom setting.

"I wouldn’t feel right if I saw my doctor or someone else spouting about ideologies. I wouldn’t even like if they were tweeting about the NRA. This is someone who’s supposed to be a professional and teaching a subject that’s neutral and science-based to our kids."

Fram openly advertises her recent background and political leanings on her Twitter account.  She’s someone who got caught up in the reactionary aftermath of George Floyd’s death and went to work trying to retool how people thought about the US education system and racism.

Several weeks later, in the midst of Summer 2020, this ideological outlook on Fram’s part regressed into pushing for a more "critical" assessment of gendered language.

In the beginning days of the pandemic, Fram posted a tweet aimed at other sexual educators on how to teach the subject while children are at home with their parents.

But she did that before the pandemic as well, asking sex education experts via Twitter why college students are into "choking as a consensual sexual activity." Other times, Lindsay Fram is using the platform to survey feedback about female orgasms.

Previous reporting elsewhere backs this up, she’s described as a sex educator with over fifteen years of experience and believes that gender is a "spectrum."

When teaching a college classroom in Colorado, this was Fram’s approach:

"The educators used an imaginary superhero appropriately named 'Clitora' to communicate their main tips for achieving orgasm. The four main tips were for women to become acquainted with their own genitalia, masturbate alone, touch themselves experimentally with no set goal of orgasm, and use vibration."

It was back in May 2021 that Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School courted controversy over their decision to introduce sexually explicit lesson plans involving "Pornography Literacy" onto students. Justine Ang Fonte taught a workshop about the topic to over one hundred students without parental consent.

New York isn’t the only case where sex education became a hot-button issue. Last year, a Minnesota school courted controversy over sexual roleplay, and the Mayor of an Ohio town demanded resignations from the school board after learning students were given a workbook instructing them to write a sex scene themselves.


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