Ventura County school districts aren't in compliance with state sex education laws, Planned Parenthood found in a tri-county audit. Apparently, we aren't employing enough gay-themed material in the classroom.
"Seventy-seven percent of the districts fail to incorporate information that is appropriate and accessible to LGBTQ students and students with physical or mental disabilities," Planned Parenthood stated in its report.
LGBTQ is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and "questioning" (I had to look that last part up because it's impossible to keep up with left's penchant for creating euphemisms).
Furthermore, Planned Parenthood noted that "only six districts completely cover healthy image, which includes sexual orientation, gender roles, self-esteem, and positive body image."
It sounds like our schools aren't pandering to homosexuals enough.
But lest you think our educators aren't doing their jobs, rest assured that 100 percent of schools do not "teach or promote religious doctrine" in their sex ed programs. What a relief!