The radical transgender movement is pulling out all the stops to indoctrinate the next generation of Americans.
More often than not, they’re successful.
And one state just adopted a new policy that will expose children to transgenderism at a shocking age.
The California Board of Education just approved new sex education guidelines encouraging California’s teachers to expose children as young as five to transgenderism.
National Review reports:
Advocates for the LGBTQ community praised the new guidelines, which were approved Wednesday by the California Board of Education, as an essential step toward addressing the marginalization of gay and transgender youth.
The guidelines do not mandate that teachers adhere to any particular sex education curriculum. But conservative critics claim the more than 700-page document, which recommends various books that instruct students on the particulars of homosexual intercourse, encroach on parental rights.
Many critics were particularly exercised about one section of the report that specifically suggests speaking to kindergarten students — who, according to the document, may already identify as transgender — about the fluidity of gender identity. “[T]he goal is not to cause confusion about the gender of the child but to develop an awareness that other expressions exist,” the framework reads.
This is nothing short of state sanctioned child abuse.
One mother of six described the situation as “scary,” referring to the new educational material as “pornography.”
The Associated Press reports that one book titled, “S.E.X.: The All-You-Need-to-Know Sexuality Guide to Get You Through Your Teens and Twenties,” describes anal sex and bondage.
It was only later removed from the recommended reading list after public outcries.
But parents and teachers remain concerned.
The Sacramento Bee reported:
“Teachers are afraid they will be forced to teach concepts that go against their conscious, and use non-binary terms or else they could lose their jobs,” said Brenda Lebsack, who teaches in Santa Ana Unified and is a school board member in Orange Unified.
What are your thoughts about California’s new educational policy?
Would you keep your children in government schools knowing what they might be exposed to as young as five?
Let us know in the comments below.