When it comes to educating children many feel that such a complicated task ought to be left to the experts. And if there’s anything that the experts show us through their actions, it’s that our children are never too young to learn. Take this for example:
Washington Schools to Teach Gender Identity Curriculum in Kindergarten
You can see here that the experts are experts, and you, dear parent are not. So send your child on down to perversion central and have their minds set right about any new depravity coming down the pike. The experts will thank you for it, and so will the poor souls drowning in their perversions who would maim and kill for affirmation and acceptance.
You can come to your senses and keep your precious little children far from these “experts”, and you can teach them starting at age one day that the “experts” come like little roaring lions to see what they might devour.
This little excerpt is a picture of what indoctrination looks like:
As reported by The Daily Caller, the new standards require students to learn about gender identity and expression beginning in kindergarten.
- Beginning in Kindergarten, students will be taught about the many ways to express gender. Gender expression education will include information about the manifestations of traits that are typically associated with one gender. Crossdressing is one form of gender expression.
- Third graders will be introduced to the concept of gender identity. These children will be taught that they can choose their own gender.
- Fourth graders will be expected to “define sexual orientation,” which refers to whether a person identifies as heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual; they’ll also be taught about HIV prevention. Children in fourth grade will be told that they can choose their sexual orientation.
- Fourth and fifth graders will learn about the relativity of gender roles and why such roles are social constructs that are not inherent to who we are as male or female human beings.
- Seventh graders will be expected to “distinguish between biological sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.”
- High school students will critically “evaluate how culture, media, society, and other people influence our perceptions of gender roles, sexuality, relationships, and sexual orientation.”