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The parents who opposed the sex education curriculum were all dressed in white, the color associated with virginal brides. The connotations of their clothing may have been unintentional, but parents were definitely sending a message. On two Wednesdays in March, hundreds of parents showed up to the school board meetings to oppose a curriculum they fear is more titillating than educational.

The school board voted to approve updating their sex education policy, but they have yet to decide whether to approve the proposed curriculum as is. In fifth grade, they actually talk about if the male and female have sexual intercourse than the penis is inserted into the vagina.

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The Fremont Unified School Board said it is updating its sex education curriculum in order to come into compliance with a California State law that was rolled out in That policy, called the California Healthy Youth Actset some of the most progressive sex ed requirements in the country.

California does not require that sex education be taught before seventh grade, but Fremont has traditionally taught a version of it to fourth through sixth graders, said Denise Herrmann, the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum Instruction. She said for Fremont to be in compliance with state law, no matter the grade sex ed is taught in, you must comply with state set guidelines. Both Hsu and Devi Gopalan are, like the overwhelming majority of parents who showed up in force to voice their concerns, Asian-Americans. Fremont, like other Silicon Valley suburbs, is an ethnoburb.

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Even more ificant, Asian-Americans make up 70 percent of the student population in the Fremont Unified School District. For parent Sylvia Wong the lesson plans taught to elementary students before the proposed updates were already too much. She believes the new lesson plans will further impact her ability to teach her child about sex in a way consistent with cultural beliefs.

Parent Mina Naveed said she actually liked the old curriculum for her kids, but she is worried the new one is just teaching kids to have sex. She described her daughter as always wanting to try the experiments she learns in science class at home. She said teaching kids about sex can actually prevent sexual activity, unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. That is what brought her to these school board meetings to advocate for the new curriculum. Yin sat with a cluster of sex education advocates. The color they wore to flag their support for the curriculum was green.

Also dressed in green was Yasi Safinya-Davies, the executive director of SAVE, a Fremont-based nonprofit that provides support to victims of domestic violence. It is not about sexualizing kids, Safinya-Davies said, it is about being realistic about what is happening within their own bodies, and what information is out there.

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No matter your cultural heritage, all kids now live in the age of the internet, just a click away from porn. The internet, Safinya-Davies said, does not teach consent. Another argument pro-sex education advocates like Safinya-Davies make about teaching fourth through sixth graders about erections and nocturnal emissions, or wet dreams, is that those are the grades in which young people are experiencing puberty, if not before.

Parent Purabi Ghosh is concerned by the fourth through sixth graders being taught all this in co-ed classes. Ghosh also understands that there is a generational divide. She asked her older son, a junior in high school, if he would like to speak out against the sex education lessons. Sex education advocates say, lurking beneath the fears some parents have is homophobia and transphobia.

Sameer Jha is a year-old who is now at a private high school in Oakland.

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He lives in Fremont and attended elementary and middle school there. He is also the founder of The Empathy Alliance. Now Hussain is a huge supporter of her son, and his biggest cheerleader. As a Pakistani immigrant, she said she had to learn what it meant to be queer. Jha is not the only person who spoke about the difficulties of navigating Fremont schools with a queer identity. Prickett said he respects the need to keep cultural traditions alive, but not at the expense of inclusion.

What he is against is lessons he thinks are too sexually explicit for his ten-year-old son.

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Joshi worries about more than just the fourth through sixth grade lessons. LGBTQ and sex education advocates argue that in order for the lessons to be inclusive for all kids, sex and sexuality needs to be discussed and destigmatized, including sex that may be practiced by those with diverse sexualities.

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And they said one reason to believe homophobia and transphobia are lurking behind the pushback against sex ed is the involvement of The Pacific Justice Institute. The Pacific Justice Institute has been labeled a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Centerfor, among other things, their support of gay conversion therapy.

Similar controversies have played out in other local school districts with large Asian-American populations. In Cupertino, parents successfully blocked a new sex education curriculum. In the coming weeks, the Fremont Unified School District Board will decide what exactly the curriculum will include.

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But the larger meanings behind flash points like these sex ed debates, may take longer to unpack. It is clear that the political power bloc of Asian-Americans is growing in cities like Fremont. In the meeting, parents threatened school board members who spoke positively about the sex ed curriculum with recall campaigns and promises to vote them out of office.

Also emerging is a subtle intergenerational divide between immigrant Asian-American parents and their children. Some of whom are growing up with diverse ideas of what it means to be Asian-American. Search-Icon Created with Sketch. KQED is a proud member of. Always free.

In. KQED Inform. Save Article Save Article. The California Report. Sandhya Dirks. Mar 31, Failed to save article Please try again. Fremont parents protest the city's sex education policy and curriculum on March 14, Hsu said his son, who is in fifth grade, is too young for these explicit details.

Cultural differences, many parents said, play a role in their opposition. That was one point on which the school board changed course. Now those classes will be same-sex. Ghosh said she understands how complex this is, and she approves of parts of the curriculum. KQED Stay in touch. Enter Address Up.

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