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Radical "transgender" lessons now in CA elementary school -- starting in kindergarten!
Is this our future if transgender rights bill passes? VIDEOS below . . .
POSTED: May 30, 2011 Facebook Twitter
Is this YOUR future? It is unless you stop it. The "transgender rights" bills being pushed in Massachusetts and other states bring much more than just "bathroom" problems.
As two transgender bills (AB 433 and SB 48) are poised to be passed by the California Legislature, at least one elementary school in Oakland is already indoctrinating kids starting in kindergarten about "gender diversity."
Young children are being taught that they can choose to be a boy or a girl -- or both. Boys, for example, should be comfortable wearing girls' clothes and nail polish, etc. And there aren't just two genders, there can be a range. And, of course, the school does not allow parents to opt their kids out.
Redwood Heights Elementary School in Oakland, CA has hired a "gender coach" from "Gender Spectrum," a radical gender group, to go into the classrooms. As Fox News observed, Gender Spectrum's mission is to "create more gender-sensitive environments for kids."
On Monday morning, children in Cynthia Bagby's kindergarten class discussed whether there were, in fact, "girl colors" and "boy colors." Some giggled when Joel Baum, the trainer from Gender Spectrum, read "My Princess Boy," a nonfiction children's book by Cheryl Kilodavis about her son who liked to wear dresses and a tiara.
Not surprisingly, in these tough economic times the program is being paid for by the California Teachers Association (CTA).
VIDEO: Homosexual/transgender activist defends mandatory transgender training for elementary school children.
Gender confusion #2
Nothing like this could stand on its own, even in California or Massachusetts. Thus, we see the same old lies, misrepresentations, skewed facts, and disinformation being used to silence critics -- which neither public authorities nor the mainstream press ever seriously question.
As the Mecrury News reported:
"Really, it's about reducing and dispelling stereotypes and prejudices so kids can show up to school and feel like they can learn and thrive without being stigmatized or teased," said Brett Bradshaw, a Redwood Heights parent who is also chairman of the school's LGBTQ Affinity group.
Who ever heard of an elementary school having an official "LGBTQ Affinity" group? Don't laugh. Yes, it's madness. But it's probably closer than you think. This kind of thing is common for activist parents to do to push agendas in their schools.
Part of the "anti-bullying" agenda
Almost the first thing you see in the first Fox video report is a big sign in the classroom announcing that this is part of the "anti-bullying" effort.
This also confirms (again) what we've been saying and observing all along about the anti-bullying bills being passed in haste across the country which force a range of draconian "fixes" on public schools.
It's no secret that the main force (and funding) behind this national push has been the homosexual and transgender movements. In Massachusetts, the overwhelming number of groups testifying at the public hearing on the anti-bullying bill were homosexual and transgender groups. In every situation we know about, these groups were even involved in the actual writing of the legislation. These laws rarely are crafted by actual behavioral scientists, always by activists.
These anti-bullying laws take advantage of the public's emotions, but are really used as another vehicle to coldly push radical agendas on children.
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