California Teacher Causes Uproar After Saying Toddlers Should be Exposed to Sexual Content in School

A California teacher has sparked outrage after he said that childhood innocence is a ‘myth’ and has repeatedly said that sexuality can be discussed with children at ‘any age,’ including toddlers.

William ‘Willy’ Villalpando is a preschool teacher in California who was employed by a Rialto school district. At the same time, he claimed that children as young as 4 or 5 should be exposed to explicitly sexual lesson plans.  The last recorded instance of Villalpando working for the school district was in 2021, so it is not clear if he is still employed there, though he is employed at Santa Ana College.

Villalpando deleted all of his social media after he came under attack for his views about exposing children to sexual content in school.

The California teacher said that it is a ‘mythology’ that children live in a ‘world of pure innocence,’ and because of that, children should be exposed to sexual content at a young age.

‘There is a common mythology that children live in this world of pure innocence, and that by introducing or exposing them to the real-world adults are somehow shattering this illusion for them,’ Villalpando previously wrote in a 2020 Instagram post.

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‘Therefore, there is a banning of topics and issues that children should not be exposed to as if they are not experiencing them already.’

Villalpando took it one step further and said that not discussing sexually explicit ‘queer’ content in classrooms is telling LGBT people they ‘do not deserve to exist.’

‘Not talking about Queerness in the Classroom is NOT Letting Children be Children. It’s Telling Those people They Do Not Deserve to Exist,’ he said in 2021. ‘Kids are never too young.’

The talking point is one that Democratic politicians and activists have made in response to legislation limiting teachers’ ability to put sexual content in their curriculum for young students, such as DeSantis’ Parental Rights in Education bill.

He said that children begin to have a sense of their ‘gender identity’ by as young as three to four months old when they cannot even speak or walk.

‘Around 3 to 4 months old, infants show a sex and gender preference in who they look at.’

He added: ‘At three years old, a child can label their perceived gender identity. By four years old, children have a stable sense of their gender identity and have assumptions about what they can and cannot do based on their gender (i.e., dolls are for girls, cars are for boys).’

Villalpando’s argument, while controversial, has been echoed before in mainstream media outlets, including by teachers who believe that it is their job to ‘protect kids from their own parents’ if their parents do not accept their gender transition.

Olivia Garrison, who is nonbinary, told the New York Times that they felt it was their job as a teacher to ‘protect kids’ – ‘sometimes from their own parents.’

‘My job, which is a public service, is to protect kids,’ Garrison said. ‘Sometimes, they need protection from their own parents.’

At the time of the publication of this article, Santa Ana College, which currently employs Villalpando, has not publicly responded to concerns about his comments.

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