I might have a beer, but you definitely need to cut yourself off. "...the CPS Policy Manual" is the Chicago Public Schools Manual.<quoted text>
YOUR post hun ...
Here's what's truly sickening:
2012 CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER STATISTICS
Among the nearly 287,000 children served by Childrens Advocacy Centers around the country in 2012, some startling statistics include:
109,619 children were ages 0 to 6 years
197,902 children reported sexual abuse
Among the over 262,000 alleged offenders investigated for instances of child abuse in 2012, some startling statistics include:
85,699 were a parent or step-parent of the victim
125,129 were related or known to the child victim in another way
22,055 were an unrelated person the victim knew
Nearly five children die every day in America from abuse and neglect.
More than 78%of reported child fatalities as a result of abuse and neglect were caused by one or more of the child victims parents.
The curriculum for the CPS isn't "pornography". It's about teaching little ones the names of body parts, what's appropriate touching and what's not, and how to tell a trusted adult if they've been abused. Considering that more often than not it's a family member or family friend doing the abusing, what better trusted adult is there than their teacher?
Pay SPECIAL attention HERE:
>>>-->> Not that you'll actually read it, but here's the link for the CPS Policy Manual:
http://policy.cps.k12.il.us/download.aspx ... <<--<<<
As far as a brain being "developed enuf" or knowing "what is what", I'd bet on a five year old against you any day. And cover the spread.
Drink ya another one!
Once, just once, try reading a whole article before you start flapping your pie hole.