New students in college get quick instruction on sex

Jacksonville parents attending the school orientation for their children at the University of Central Florida were shocked.

They were expecting to hear about dormitories and parking, and class schedules.

One of the scheduled events was titled “Navigation polyamorous or non-monogamous relationships.”

In the details, they learned their teenage children would “learn about addressing jealousy, effective communication, setting boundaries and more in order to better navigate consensual non-monogamy or determine if a non-traditional relationship structure might be right for you.”

So as soon as the child is away from the family, they begin to get groomed into alternative lifestyles and how the family structure of the past 4,000 years just “may not be right for you.”

Just to help them out, on another floor someone had placed a tray full of condoms for the male students.

One parent commented on Facebook: “The moderator here who didn’t like that none of us (parents) responded to her announcing her pronouns was hilarious. Every time she got back up to speak, she would announce her name and pronouns AGAIN because she wanted to be applauded.

“Seriously – this is the generation of attention seekers who are mentally unbalanced.”

UCF boasts that it is among the nation’s top 20 most innovative colleges, so maybe rushing new students right into “non-traditional relations” on Day One is what they call innovation.

Charlie Kirk, conservative commentator and author says higher education “has become a scam” and in his new book encourages young Americans to skip attending a four-year university.

The influence far-left professors have on higher education no longer can be denied, and parents are well-advised to monitor their child’s education from kindergarten to Ph. D.

Lloyd Brown

Lloyd was born in Jacksonville. Graduated from the University of North Florida. He spent nearly 50 years of his life in the newspaper business …beginning as a copy boy and retiring as editorial page editor for Florida Times Union. He has also been published in a number of national newspapers and magazines, as well as Internet sites. Married with children. Military Vet. Retired. Man of few words but the words are researched well, deeply considered and thoughtfully written.


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