MATT WALSH (HOST): So, according to this groomer teacher, the only way to treat the, quote unquote, LGBTQ community equally is to sexualize and groom children. But you notice something else, that there is no heterosexual person demanding this sort of thing on the other side. Okay? We're not asking for classrooms to provide graphic descriptions of straight sex or how-to manuals on the subject. We're not asking for that. LGBT activists claim that exposing children to pornographic content is the only way to ensure inclusion and equality. But inclusion in what? Equal in what way? What we want is for all sexual instruction to be removed from the classroom completely. Kids do not go to government educational facilities to learn how to have sex. Or, at least, that's not why they should be there. Human reproduction should be covered in biology class at the appropriate age. But aside from that, none of this stuff should come up. As I've said before, I don't even want abstinence taught in the schools. I'm not advocating for an abstinence only sex ed education because -- now, that would certainly be much better, that'd be a much better alternative to the left's preferred strategy of instructing children on the fine details of every sort of depraved fetish. But it still would not be ideal, because the most ideal scenario is that the schools teach neither how to have sex or how to not have it. Okay? I don't want any of the how to's. These are not appropriate or relevant conversations for adults to be having with rooms full of children.