This State is Ready to Teach Kindergartners What it Means to be Transgendered
If you have hopes of protecting your child's innocence, don't send them to public school in the state of Washington. New state guidelines are erupting onto the scene and throwing conservative and liberal parents alike into a frenzy over the things they're exposing young children to.
Washington, specifically, is introducing a new sexual health curriculum that focuses on teaching children various ideas and principles behind sexual health during a child's K-12 education. The disturbing part of this plan, however, is the fact that kindergartners are being exposed are included at their young age.
According to Washington state teaching guidelines, a sexual health section titled "Self-Identity" is slated to be taught to kindergartners across the state. While it's undoubtedly a good idea to teach young children the difference between boys and girls, the program also has a component that teaches children to "Understand there are many ways to express gender."
Really? For kindergartners?
It's beyond unfortunate that Washington has taken these steps to infiltrate young children's minds at such a young and impressionable age.
Parents who read the state's educational description of gender are even more incensed. Washington state defines gender as "A social construct based on emotional, behavioral, and cultural characteristics attached to a person’s assigned biological sex." This has nothing to do with looks or how God made these children. These liberal schools are trying to twist the way that these young children look at themselves and others.
In discussions of gender it is important to consider that some people are different and struggle with that. And that's okay. Showing courtesy and kindness to everyone is important.
But telling young children how they should think about gender, and giving them a construct of liberal-speak about gender being a choice, is just wrong.
Hopefully the parents of these Washington kindergartners get wind of this and put a stop to this sort of thing.
h/t: Daily Caller