Hey kids! If you aren’t 100 percent comfortable in your body, you may be transgender!
Highly concerned Wellington, Colorado mother, Erin Lee, sent her 12-year-old daughter to school one day where she attended an after-school art club. There was no drawing, painting or coloring in this art club though. It actually turned out to be an undercover lecture from the Gender and Sexualities Alliance (GSA).
In the class, the instructor from a group called SPLASH told the students, “What you hear in here, keep in here,” which Lee pointed out was the teacher’s “number one rule,” according to a Fox News report. The teacher also told the students that it's okay to lie to their parents about attending her lecture and future lectures because “parent’s might not be safe."
The instructor reportedly told Lee’s daughter that if she isn’t sure who she’s sexually attracted to - yes, at the ripe age of 12 - then “that means you’re queer." Following that lie, the presenter passed out queer stickers, flags and bracelets to help these kids tout their pride. One bracelet had the words “Sounds gay, I’m in” on it.
The mother said that the GSA member “told the kids that if they’re not fully comfortable in their body, then they are transgender. So essentially told my daughter if she’s not 100% comfortable in her female body, that she is transgender.” Really?
Like any sane mother would do, Lee reached out to the presenter and the school, was assured not to be alarmed and that these lectures are always held in secret. How comforting.
Fox News obtained emails from Parents Defending Education where the GSA speaker asked the teacher to remind Lee’s daughter that the “room is a safe space." This wacko needs to know that no place where the indoctrination of kids takes place should be considered “safe."
The emails also cited the Equal Access Act as reason to deny parents transparency on what is going on at schools. Over in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis (R) just passed the Parental Rights in Education bill, which prohibits discussions on sexual orientation and gender identity while allowing parents to sue if schools teach these disgusting topics and/or are not transparent about them. Passing this bill in all public schools would be highly beneficial.
Kids don't need to learn about sexual orientation. Kids don't need to learn about gender identity. Kids don't need to spend time thinking about who they’re sexually attracted to. And kids don't need to be told which letter of the Alphabet Mafia they're in or told to keep secrets from their parents, ESPECIALLY from schools. Kids are kids. Period.
Kudos to Lee for taking her daughter out of the disgusting public school she once attended.
Public schools, especially those in Colorado, you suck.