Apparently some imbeciles of the world (aka the left) think that kindergarteners should learn about their sexual orientation and their gender identity before they can even tie their shoes.
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed the “Parental Rights in Education'' bill. The bill states that discussions on “sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.”
In layman’s terms, the bill prohibits teachers from instructing on topics that are inappropriate for their students. The bill also gives parents the right to sue schools that do not comply with the bill and those who limit transparency from teacher to parent.
The left has ludicrously deemed the bill as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill (although the word “gay” is not found on any of the seven pages of the bill). Critics are saying the bill supresses “inclusiveness” and are shouting “GAY” every chance they get. For some reason teachers are outraged that they can’t tell their kindergarten class about the gay sex they had the night before.
Kids shouldn’t be learning about gay sex. Kids shouldn’t be learning about straight sex. Kids shouldn’t be learning about sex. Kids should be kids and parents should be the ones dictating any conversation beyond math, reading, writing, science, history, etc. Those topics in a kindergarten classroom should be covered by teachers, what’s in a child’s pants - and how to use it, should not.
There shouldn’t be any controversy surrounding the bill as the goal aim to protect children but, the groomers, the child molesters, and the gay teachers think otherwise. Truthfully, the bill should be called the 'Anti-Groomer' bill.
We took to the streets of Old Town, Alexandria to see if people thought teaching kids about sexually explicit content was a good or bad idea. WATCH the video above to see what they said.
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