Disturbing Sexual Content in Schools and Its Nationwide Impact
New York Teaching 4 Year Olds Gender Ideology:
These alarming practices raise concerns about age-appropriate education and the potential consequences for children's innocence and well-being.
Disturbing Practices at Dalton School:
Dalton School, a private institution, openly promotes on its website the inclusion of masturbation training for 4-year-old children and extends it to 1st graders, a deeply concerning approach that challenges traditional views on early childhood education.
Troubling Curriculum at Collegiate School:
The Collegiate School on Freedom Place South also highlights on its website the regular inclusion of sexuality training for kindergarteners. Such early exposure to explicit content raises questions about the appropriateness of the curriculum for young children.
Minneapolis Public Schools:
Minneapolis Public Schools have drawn attention by hosting a sex reassignment resource fair featuring a drag queen story hour event. The inclusion of such events at Loring Elementary, targeting preschool to 5th-grade children, raises concerns about potential indoctrination and extreme practices like chemical castration and genital mutilation.
Outrage Over Explicit Videos:
Parents of students at Wells Road Intermediate School in Granby express their anger after sexually explicit videos were shown to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders without prior parental notification. They argue that children are too young for such topics and assert that parents should be responsible for having these discussions with their own children.
Rock Springs Case: Unauthorized Transitioning:
Parents in Rock Springs, Wyoming, have filed a federal court case alleging that their high school daughter's secret cellphone contains evidence of three teachers at Black Butte High School referring to the child by sexually inconsistent terms, contrary to the parents' wishes. The lawsuit aims to block the district's procedure of helping students undergo sexual transition without parental knowledge or consent.
North Dakota Parents Outraged After School Said they Will Keep Kid's Preferred sexual Identities Under Wraps:
Fargo Public Schools publicly announced that they would defy Republican Gov. Doug Burgum’s law that bans such actions in the classroom. The bill, signed into law this month, bans school boards from instilling policies that require the use of a student’s preferred pronouns, barring schools and teachers from “withhold[ing] or conceal[ing] information about a student’s transgender status from the student’s parent or legal guardian.” Which may not be enough as Fargo Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi states: “We will not openly out any student because of one law if we know that that’s going to cause harm to that child,” Fargo Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi.
Disturbing Increase in Mental Health Claims:
New Jersey has witnessed an alarming surge in students claiming to be "mentally ill due to sexualization training." The number of students making such claims has escalated by over 4,200 percent in four years, with even preschool children expressing these concerns. The data highlights the profound impact of explicit curriculum on children's mental well-being.
Whistleblower Testimony:
Math teacher Paul Rossi has become a whistleblower, shedding light on the core assumption behind these sexualized indoctrination sessions. He reveals that some teacher trainings explicitly state that children are sexual from birth, adding weight to the concerns surrounding these practices.
The film, NO WAY BACK:
The Reality of Gender-Affirming Care features the stories of five people who have detransitioned after sex reassignment treatments was deplatformed by AMC after activists attacked AMC for showing the documentary. “Perhaps they are on the payroll of those who profit from this – so much of what they are doing is resulting in the creation of life-long surgical and pharmaceutical patients who are doing so to great benefit of certain surgical clinics and pharmaceutical companies.”
Financial Incentives and Ethical Questions:
Senior research fellow Jay Richards highlights the presence of massive medical incentives, involving pharmaceutical companies that stand to profit from the administration of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones. The lifelong dependency on these medications raises ethical concerns and suggests a profit-driven motive.
An Unlikely Alliance:
Christian family values groups and an LGBT activist have joined forces to express their opposition to a proposed Connecticut bill that could potentially extend protected status to pedophiles as a recognized sexual minority. The bill in question, HB 6638, seeks to amend the state's anti-discrimination statutes, prompting concerns among critics regarding its implications. Presently, Connecticut law defines "sexual orientation" in a manner that excludes protections for individuals engaged in sex offense crimes. However, if the proposed update were to be approved, this provision would be eliminated. As transgender activist Christine Rebstock points out, if Governor Ned Lamont signs the bill into law, even individuals who openly admit to being pedophiles without having acted on their inclinations could seek recourse through an appeal board in cases of job termination or housing denial near schools. The proposed legislation also includes a redefinition of sexual orientation, framing it as "a person's identity in relation to the gender or genders to which they are romantically, emotionally, or sexually attracted, including any identity that a person may have previously expressed or is perceived by another person to hold." Critics express apprehension, warning that this new legal language could potentially make it unlawful to terminate the employment of an individual with a sexual attraction to children, including those working in establishments primarily serving minors.
Parents and Students Fighting Back: Teacher Threatens Kids After They Reject Woke Video She's Trying to Get Them to Watch:
A class full of kids audibly groan at Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California when the LGBT rainbow flag is shown on the projector in front of the class. “Why you showing this to kids?” one student asked as an image of two women being intimate was shown on the screen.  The teacher replies, “OK, I’ll warn you guys now, if you’re going to get inappropriate, I will have supervision down and give all of you Saturday school for next year, so knock it off.”
A California school board meeting descended into chaos on Tuesday when parent protesters and counter protesters, who did not live in the district, began fighting in the street amid a debate over whether to recognize Pride month.
Extremist Call for Targeting Opposition:
A former FBI agent stressed the need for new Domestic Terror Laws to target conservatives critical of gender ideology during a Tuesday MSNBC appearance, citing a Southern Poverty Law Center report. Among the groups the SPLC claimed were “hate groups” were Parents Defending Education, Moms for Liberty and Parental Rights in Education.
Urgent Call for Action:
The call for Citizen Uniting against this extreme propaganda indoctrination campaign as the only viable solution.