Welcome to California, home of the finest, most progressive school system in the country. And if your 13 and 14 year old children are attending Acalanes High School in Lafayette, California, they can learn all sorts of amazing things. For example, they are probably right up to date on the best water based lubricants for intercourse, the best way to beat a pesky, sexually transmitted infection, and the wide range of options they have regarding which gender they would like to be.

Along with local area groups, some parents are irate that their children’s sex ed class at Acalanes High School in Lafayette is being taught by employees of Planned Parenthood without their prior knowledge. They are also fuming over the methods and materials being used, including a checklist that asks students if they are “ready for sex” and another worksheet that describes how to give and obtain consent, as well as a diagram that uses a “genderbread” person for lessons in gender identity.

“[Parents] are very concerned,” Brad Dacus, president of the Pacific Justice Institute, a non-profit legal organization that is assisting the concerned parents, told FoxNews.com. “Planned Parenthood is not exactly the best when it comes to putting young people first.

“They get more grants from the promiscuity of children,” he added. “The material they have provided was material that mirrored their agenda.”

Apparently they needed to bring visiting professors from the Planned Parenthood clinic because none of the local, homegrown ninth grade teachers were signed off on the correct way to ask your girlfriend, “Is it OK if I take my pants off?” to make sure that everyone is on the same page. But in case you were wondering if perhaps the children had accidentally been signed up for a course intended for adults, the following teaching aide should answer the question.

GenderbreadChart

And of course there’s going to be homework. Don’t forget your Ready For Sex Checklist, kids!

SexCheck

These are ninth graders. Some of the parents interviewed for the article said that the course offered an opt out form which provided parents with a handful of bullet points about what the course would cover. Apparently the bullet points in question neglected to mention the section on lubricants and the trouser removal guide. But hey… the taxpayers won’t mind footing the bill for this. It’s all part of preparing for adult life on the Left Coast.