Study: Sex Ed Starting Earlier in Schools

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A new report by the American Principles Project (APP) reveals that sex education is starting earlier in public schools - and getting more graphic.

According to the report, children ages 5 to 8-years-old are learning about intercourse and homosexuality and 9 to 12-year-olds are being taught about contraception and gay marriage.

In addition, children ages 12 to 15 are learning what it means to be transgender and that "there are many ways to give and receive sexual pleasure without having intercourse."

The full report is expected to be released Wednesday.
Andy Blom, executive director of the APP and the report's lead investigator, spoke with CBN News about the study's findings. Click play to watch the full interview.

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