With more than two months left until Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin takes office - an election he largely won thanks to pissed-off parents - and things just keep getting worse in school districts across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
While Loudoun County remains embroiled in controversy after its school board and superintendent reportedly covered up the sexual assault of a teenage girl to protect their pro-trans agenda allowing boys to use girls' private facilities, neighboring Fairfax County - the largest school district in the state - is now under fire for asking students as young as 12 years old explicit questions about their sexual history.
According to WJLA, students in the 8th, 10th and 12th graders will be given the school district’s voluntary Fairfax County Youth Survey, which, according to a copy obtained by the news outlet, contains questions including:
- Have you ever had sexual intercourse?
- How old were you when you had sexual intercourse for the first time?
- During your life, with how many people have you had sexual intercourse?
- During the past three months, with how many people have you had sexual intercourse?
- Have you ever had oral sex?
The survey also asks the student to identify the specific type of birth control they’re using, if any.
The survey also asks students whether their parent has ever been the victim of domestic abuse, whether their parents include them in family decision-making, and whether the student has ever been “bullied” by an adult in their home. It also includes multiple questions as to the student’s drug, alcohol and tobacco use, including how many times the student has used hard drugs like cocaine and heroin.