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Condom use, anal sex, and a glossary from Planned Parenthood that contains terms like BDSM and necrophilia are just some of the things the Sunnyside Unified District in Tucson, Ariz., thinks are appropriate for children to learn about, starting as young as 11.

A press release from Liberty Counsel, a nonprofit that defends traditional values in court, details the shocking curriculum designed by Advocates for Youth, a partner of Planned Parenthood.

Unsurprisingly, Advocates for Youth heavily promotes abortion, and has the following stance on the issue: "Young women need the right to safe and legal abortion ... United States policies contribute to an anti-choice climate and limit young women's access to abortion. No young woman, anywhere, should be forced to seek out an illegal, dangerous procedure or carry a pregnancy she didn't want to term."

One of the goals of the curriculum, at least for 12thgraders, is to teach proper condom use - including for anal sex.

Liberty Counsel notes there has never been a condom approved for use by the FDA for this dangerous sexual activity.

According to its press release, material from the curriculum mentions or refers students to Planned Parenthood no less than 24 times.

The Planned Parenthood website contains a glossary which contains many obscene terms not appropriate for children including BDSM ("a term for a variety of sexual practices including bondage, discipline, domination/submission, and sadism/masochism") and necrophilia ("when a person is sexually aroused by dead bodies").

In addition, there are graphic gynecological illustrations intended for children as young as kindergarten, a wooden "condom demonstrator" for 8th graders, and covers of pornographic homosexual magazines intended for classroom discussion in the 12thgrade.

"The Sunnyside Unified School District in Tucson has no business exposing innocent children to graphic and harmful material," said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel. "The school board needs to stop this trash as it has no place in public schools ... Tucson parents must let their voices be heard and protect their children. They should attend every school board meeting until this smut is permanently eradicated."

For more details on the curriculum, read the press release from Liberty Counsel here.