Big Decisions · SOGI

Big Decisions 2016

The differences between Big Decisions 2016 and the previous version can be subtle in some areas.  But with close analysis, we see big steps towards the gender fluidity messages for young people.

For example, there is a discussion on anatomy.  Here is the introduction for the teacher to give –

anatomy slides instructions

Then the slides are labeled Reproductive System, Outside and Inside without references to Male and Female.

Teachers are told –

“It is important to maintain a safe, respectful, and inclusive learning environment for all students, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and students who are questioning or unsure of their orientation or gender… not all students who identify as males have a penis and testicles. Likewise, not all who identify as female have a vagina and a uterus.”

An analysis of Big Decisions shows that this Comprehensive Sex Education program contains 15 of the Harmful Elements of CSE.


anatomy - outside 1

anatomy - inside 1

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anatomy - inside 2

General · SOGI

Genetics determines Gender


Genetics determines gender
revealed through genitals
for generating generations.

It is that simple.

The root ‘gen‘ means ‘birth’ or ‘origin’.  Common words with this root include genesis, genetics, eugenics, genealogy, generate, and generic.

Each one of us is born with XX or XY Chromosomes.  XX means that a person is FemaleXY means that a person is Male.  Throughout one’s development, the XX and XY Chromosomes are instructing the body how to develop including each of the Reproductive Systems in the body.  When a baby is born, that gender is revealed to the parents, doctors, and family through the genitals/genitalia of the baby.  Ultrasounds of a baby in utero can often reveal the genitals hence the gender of the baby.  There are examples in which there are chromosomal and hormonal issues during development.  These situations are rare and should be addressed by physicians.

Every system in our body, such as Digestive, Respiratory, Nervous, Vascular, etc, is 100% complete except the Reproductive System. Each of us has only 1/2 of a Reproductive System.  Each person’s 50% of a Reproductive System only makes sense with the other 50% of a Reproductive System from someone of the opposite sex. Therefore, the one-flesh, marital union is a fully complete 100% Reproductive System.

Interestingly, we go to the doctor to make sure that each system is working in our body. In modern times, people go to the doctor to break their working Reproductive Systems.

Male and female Endocrine Systems have levels of neurohormones and pheromones that are specific to their gender and complementary to the other gender.  Dr. McIlhaney and Dr. Bush wrote Hooked, a book about the neuroscience of sex and the impact of casual sex on the adolescent brain, including an explanation of the neurohormones: dopamine, oxytocin, and vasopressin.  The female brain has many more receptors for oxytocin, which is released during physical contact, labor, and breast feeding.  The male brain has many more receptors for vasopressin.  The neurohormones and pheromones of the complementary genders work together to create attraction, attachment, bonding, and a desire for repetition.  Males and females not only interconnect physically during sex, but also interconnect through emotional bonding in a powerful brain experience, therefore creating an addiction for their complementary mate.

(On a side note: For issues with the Reproductive System, males go to urologists and females go to gynecologists. Pregnant women go to obstetricians to successfully deliver babies.  Abortionists are not practicing obstetrics when they do an abortion.  Fertility doctors are reproductive endocrinologists.)

During sexual intercourse, the male body releases sperm through his genitals to a female’s genitals to penetrate an egg.  This physical interconnected activity unites the male and female emotionally and physically and can generate a unique, human life which is XX or XY based on the chromosome of the sperm.  The baby becomes a member of the next generation and a legacy for the continuation of the family and mankind.

When we affirm our sons as boys and our daughters as girls, we are not creating bullies.  We are telling them how their bodies will make babies someday.  We are teaching them about their Reproductive Systems.


Austin ISD · General · Social Emotional Learning · SOGI

20170404 – Open Records Request to Austin ISD regarding Welcoming Schools

On April 4, 2017, an open records request was sent to Austin ISD seeking documentation on the Welcoming Schools program.  Welcoming Schools is a program implemented in Austin ISD Elementary Schools.  Texas Education Code 28.004 requires school districts to notify parents of Human Sexuality Instruction.  However, the Welcoming Schools program is implemented as an anti-bullying program and did not go through the process outlined in Texas Education Code 28.004.

After receiving a cost estimate of $635 and the copy of a letter to the Texas Attorney General’s office, the request was modified to “teacher modules” and the following document was received.  During the wait period, a letter was also received from the Human Rights Campaign objecting to the open records request.

Parents should ask for transparency from their school districts.  You can get on your districts School Health Advisory Council and work with the district to review and recommend social emotional learning, counseling, and guidance programs including anti-bullying.  School Districts that implement any program that defines sex and sexuality terms outside of the SHAC recommended, Trustee approved program for Human Sexuality Instruction are violating Texas Education Code 28.004.  If parents are not notified, then the school district is violating Texas Education Code 28.004.  Get informed and be involved!

Email Exchange with Austin ISD –


  • 4/4 – Submitted Open Records Request to Austin ISD – “Welcoming Schools. Please provide all Welcoming Schools communication and documentation including but not limited to the approval process, execution, events, announcements, pledges, petitions, teacher instructions, parental notification, calendar postings, emails to/from/between District employees and Trustees, and promotional materials including but not limited to images of stickers, t-shirts, posters, flyers, and cards.”
  • 4/12 – Received reply from Austin ISD saying that they don’t have Welcoming Schools
  • 4/12 – Submitted examples of Welcoming Schools in Austin ISD
  • 4/25 – Received cost estimate for $635 to respond to the request
  • 4/26 – Received a copy of the AG letter from Austin ISD –
  • 5/9 – Submitted a modified request for teacher modules to Austin ISD – “Please provide the teacher modules for the Welcoming Schools program.”
  • 5/10 – Received 22 page document from HRC –
  • 5/12 – Requested confirmation from Austin ISD that request was being processed; Received confirmation from Austin ISD
  • 5/15 – Received 116 page response from Austin ISD –