Tim Ryan faces criticism for ties to teachers' union that allegedly promoted explicit sexual content to teens

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Ohio Democratic Senate candidate Tim Ryan is facing criticism over his ties to a teachers’ union that created badges for public school employees in an Ohio school district to wear, which included a QR code linking to websites promoting information and graphic descriptions of sexual practices.

Earlier this week, local reports revealed that the National Education Association (NEA), the largest teachers’ union in America, were providing educators in the Hilliard City Schools District with “LGBTQ+ Ally” badges. The badges, which feature a QR code linking to content many parents in the district consider explicit and unsuitable for young children, are supported by the NEA and the Hilliard Education Association (HEA), according to a photo obtained by Fox News Digital.

The badges read “Safe Person Safe Space” and the QR codes featured on one side of them leads inquiring minds to the “NEA LGBTQ+ Caucus” website that contains numerous links to sources like Sex, Etc., Gender Spectrum, Scarleteen, Teen Health Source, and The Trevor Project.

One of the linked resources from Teen Health Source, titled “Queering Sexual Education,” includes a how-to guide with explicit language for sex practices including “anal sex,” “bondage,” “sexting,” “rimming,” “domination,” “sadomasochism,” “muffing,”

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