A committee of the Florida house just passed a bill that would prohibit educators from talking about LGBTQ+ topics that are not “age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students.”
To anyone that opposes this: What reason can you possibly have for discussing sexually explicit topics with children?
As a person who spend eight years as an educator, I will tell you that there are some school districts that are literally and actively trying to groom kids into a sexually aberrant lifestyle. Here is an actual document that I was given while I was a teacher:
I don’t care if a person wants to be gay, bisexual, whatever. You wanna put a guy’s penis in your mouth or rectum, I don’t care. I don’t care if one woman wants to marry another. None of that is my business.
However, it is every adult’s business to make sure that you aren’t getting children involved in your sexual fantasies.
Steve · January 25, 2022 at 11:59 am
The first of the listed resources says it provides K-5 appropriate material on gender.
Been a long time since I was K, but I’m pretty sure the right amount of age appropriate material for me would have been none.
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