The California Nightmare: Schools as Indoctrination Centers for Homosexuality
California wants to be a state where there are no immigration laws and where those people who, for some strange reason, continue to work are rigorously taxed to provide free stuff for those who don’t.
On top of that, California now wants its public schools to be, by law and not just custom, indoctrination centers for homosexuality: and as the biggest school textbook market in the country, it has the power to get this message shoehorned into textbooks nationwide:
Updated textbooks that promote the LGBTQ lifestyle will be unveiled this fall in California, it was recently announced. Textbook publishers were forced to either conform to California’s progressive Fair Education Act, or lose out on the lucrative Golden State public-school textbook market.
And because of the clout California wields in this area, due to its large public-school student population and corresponding purchase of large numbers of textbooks, you can expect that these textbooks, which will lionize the “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer” lifestyle, will be in your state’s schools, as well.
Under the state’s hypocritically-named “Fair Education Act,” California school textbooks will be sin-friendly–as befits the California Dept. of Education’s boast to be “the leading edge of LGBT content in schools.”
Second-graders will be taught all about “diverse families,” eighth-graders will learn about “gender roles,” and high school juniors will be immersed in the history of “the LBGT civil rights movement.”
Textbook publishers are expected to go along with it, all the way: they can’t afford to ignore the demands of their biggest market.
This is wickedness. What California dreams of doing to itself, I can’t imagine.
Even harder to imagine is why any parents who love and respect their sons and daughters continue to send them to the public schools to be taught that evil is good and good is evil.
If anybody out there has an answer, we’d love to hear it.
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