This week, an Ohio lawmaker launched a proposal that would assist in combating the biases in favor of abortion often observed in public schools’ contemporary gender education curriculum, Lifenews reported.

Ohio House Bill 90, the Humanity of the Unborn Child, sponsored by state representative Naraj Antani, would require the unborn child’s humanity training in the classroom.

The bill would require that students be taught “accurate, scientifically verifiable information concerning the probable anatomical and physiological characteristics of the unborn child” at various stages of development, as well as provided with information about accessing prenatal care.

It would also prevent colleges from using abortion-providing classroom equipment from organizations like Planned Parenthood, according to Lifenews.

The bill would require that students be taught “accurate, scientifically verifiable information concerning the probable anatomical and physiological characteristics of the unborn child” at various stages of development. (Mikael Damkier/ Adobe Stock)

Jamieson Gordon of Ohio Right to Life told OneNewsNow about displaying fetal models to kids that portray what an unborn child looks like at different stages.

“They just don’t realize because at seven weeks an unborn child still looks like a human being, just very tiny,” she said. “And I think that it’s really an important effort to make sure that women actually know what’s going on in their bodies, and that helps by teaching them from a young age.”

Abortion proponents, meanwhile, suggest that the fetus is a “clump of cells” and sometimes question whether the fetus is even human because it is the pregnant woman’s “property.”

However, the fact that a distinctive, distinct human existence comes into being at conception is well-established scientifically. When pressed, even many abortion activists admit that this is true and that an abortion does kill a human being.

Abortion proponents suggest that the fetus is a “clump of cells” and sometimes question whether the fetus is even human because it is the pregnant woman’s “property.” (Zffoto/ Adobe Stock)

Polly Taylor-Gerken, member of the board of Toledo Public Schools, informed Toledo Blade that she opposes the bill because educators have “little time to” teach about human development before birth, among other things. She claimed the bill would “force us to teach things about the sanctity of the fetus.”

In reality, it would just require that facts be taught – facts that are inconvenient to the abortion industry, which is heavily involved in sex education in public schools.

According to CBS News, Planned Parenthood, the billion dollar supplier of abortion, teaches sex education to at least 221,000 students in 31 states.

Many worry that Planned Parenthood is also pushing for abortion using its sex education programs. Its president, Leana Wen, has been clear that abortion is Planned Parenthood’s “core mission.”

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