Posted 06/04/2016 4:36 pm by PatriotRising
New public education standards that could make their way to your state would require kindergarten teachers to tell children their gender has no basis in biology.
By fall 2017, educators in Washington state public schools will be at the forefront of efforts to further the transgender agenda by incorporating sexual health as a “core idea” in K-12 education.
The state’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) finalized instructional guidelines for the ongoing sexual education instruction in March.
According to reports, sexual health themes taught to the state’s youngest schoolchildren will focus mainly on “Healthy Relationships” and helping children to “Recognize people have the right to refuse giving or receiving unwanted touch.”
Giving children the tools to recognize differences between “safe and unwanted touch” actually doesn’t sound so nefarious at first— even if it is a topic better left to parents. But as the Daily Caller pointed out, OSPI hasn’t actually said whether its goal is solely to help children identify red flags of molestation or if the lesson plans amount “to teaching consent to kindergarteners.” There’s a difference.
And the way things are going these days, nothing would be surprising.
Once children in the state make it to third grade, education officials want them to dive headlong into “self-identity” with regard to sex.
Reports indicate that the youngsters will be expected to believe that “gender roles can vary considerably” and that it’s perfectly normal for boys to want to be girls and vice versa.
By fourth grade, they’ll learn that family values and regional cultural norms aren’t important and how to ignore “social expectations about how people should act, think, or feel based on their assigned biological sex.”
A year later, the students will discuss how “media, society, and culture can influence ideas regarding gender roles, identity, and expression.” In addition, the 10 and 11-year-olds will be instructed to develop a network of “trusted adults to ask questions about gender identity and sexual orientation.
Washington isn’t alone in its triumphant march toward all-out gender confusion through understanding.
Consider this report from Sea Coast Online in Kittery, Maine, earlier this year:
Mitchell Primary School officials have drawn criticism from some parents after a children’s book about a transgender child was read to most of the school’s students.
During a lesson on tolerance and acceptance implemented by the guidance department, the book “I Am Jazz” by Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings was read to 20 of 22 classes in the Grades K-3 school. The story is about a young child “with a boy’s body but a girl’s brain,” who goes through a childhood struggle of identifying with her true self until she and her family speak with a new doctor and come to understand the child is transgender.
And educators in Fairfax, Virginia, recently announced that children in grades 7 through 12 will soon begin receiving lessons in “gender fluidity.”