The radical elements of the LGBT movement are seeping into every facet of our culture.
And things just got worse.
The LGBT agenda has officially invaded public schools in a horrifying way that will make you fear for the future generations.
The primary method of LGBT activists influencing the culture has been featured in Hollywood and the media.
Now, they are targeting public schools to trick young students and children into believing their lies.
The Governor of Illinois is now making it official by mandating all public schools teach LGBT history.
The lesson plans include, “a study of the roles and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.”
The governor of Illinois recently signed a bill that will mandate public schools in the state teach LGBT history, beginning next year. The new legislation will require schools to incorporate “a study of the roles and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people” as part of the American history curriculum.
Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker (D) signed House Bill 246 into law on Friday, which will require schools to incorporate LGBT history in American history courses. The law mandates that all publicly funded schools in Illinois include “the roles and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in the history of this country and this State” in official textbooks.
“Each public school district and State-recognized, non-public school shall, subject to appropriations for that purpose, receive a per-pupil grant for the purchase of secular and non-discriminatory textbooks,” reads the text of the legislation.
This is the plan of the radical LGBT movement.
Their goal is to force public school systems in all 50 states to teach young minds about “LGBT history” while fooling them into believing in their agenda.
The Governor of Illinois has now made that possible.
Governors of blue states will likely continue to pass laws that force the LGBT movement down people’s throats.
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Should LGBT history be taught in public schools?
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