The left has seriously made a mess of the education system. By pushing their flagrant beliefs on small children is it any wonder why there is a growing number of children who are suddenly confused about what gender they are now? In some cases, this new ‘education’ starts with kindergartners, where they cannot possibly grasp the concept of gender or sexuality.
Parents have been fighting back with some victory but in some cases, schools aren’t giving them a choice.
“Connecticut parents claimed a school district is indoctrinating elementary school students about transgenderism, including with a book for kindergarteners.
Officials of the West Hartford Public Schools told parents that they could not opt out from the materials, according to a release from advocacy group Parents Defending Education. The reading list for kindergarteners included the book “Introducing Teddy,” according to a lesson sheet…”
“One sunny day, Errol finds that Thomas is sad, even when they are playing in their favorite ways. Errol can’t figure out why, until Thomas finally tells Errol what the teddy has been afraid to say: ‘In my heart, I’ve always known that I’m a girl teddy, not a boy teddy. I wish my name was Tilly, not Thomas,’” the summary for the children’s book reads.
“I Am Jazz,” which relates the story of transgender reality star Jazz Jennings, also appears on the reading list for fifth graders.
“Teaching elementary students that their parents assigned them their gender at birth but may have gotten it wrong because anatomy is separate from gender is an obscene example of adults using ideology to confuse and manipulate children’s minds,” Erika Sanzi of Parents Defending Education explained.”
Meanwhile, a first grade texts include Jacob’s New Dress, a story about a boy who wants to wear a dress to school and Are You a Boy or Are You a Girl?, a book about a character who “prefers not to tell other children whether they are a boy or a girl.” —According to NationalReview.
Third grade students read a similar book called 10,000 dresses about a boy named Bailey who dreams of magical dresses but people in his life tell him he should not be thinking about dresses because he is a boy but later he begins making dresses with a new friend.