David Cortman

The alleged “justification” for this porn push, I mean “sex ed,” is to curb unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.  Really?  Since when does telling kids to have sex reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies and STDs?

In reality, it appears to be just another vehicle the government can use to sexualize our children.

And how are public schools doing with teaching our kids what we pay them to teach – “reading, writing, ‘rithmetic” – as they used to say?  Not so good.  We are near the bottom of the list of industrialized countries in performance in these and other important areas (which means our schools are spending valuable teacher time and scarce resources on sex lessons but our kids can’t read). 

Are the inmates running the asylum or what?          

David Cortman

David Cortman serves as senior legal counsel with the Alliance Defense Fund at its Atlanta Regional Service Center in Georgia, where he heads litigation efforts to defend and reclaim the First Amendment rights of public school students across the nation. Cortman joined ADF in 2005, and is admitted to the bar in Georgia, Florida, and the District of Columbia. He has practiced law since 1996 and graduated magna cum laude from the Regent University School of Law, where he earned his J.D.