California Parents Forced To Have Their 5 Year Olds Taught About 15 Genders
As if California wasn’t bad enough already, it’s just getting worse.
The California Department of Education is now planning on teaching Kindergartners that there are at least 15 different genders.
On top of that, they’re planning on teaching them that it is impossible to know whether a baby is a boy, girl, or something different because they can’t talk yet and are unable to identify themselves as whatever “gender” they may be.
According to Faithwire,
The guidelines, listed under the California Department of Education’s proposed Health Education Framework, include educational resources that teach children to reject gender stereotypes and embrace a rainbow of possible gender options. One recommended book called “Who Are You?” teaches that there are at least 15 genders, and that it’s impossible to determine whether a baby is a boy, a girl or something else.
Here are a few excerpts from the book,
“Babies can’t talk, so grown-ups make a guess by looking at their bodies.”
“Discuss gender with kindergarteners by exploring gender stereotypes and asking open-ended questions, such as what are preferred colors, toys, and activities for boys/girls, and then challenging stereotypes if presented.”
“Throughout this discussion, show images of children around the same age who do not conform to typical gender stereotypes. Examples do not have to be exaggerated or overt. Simple differences, such as colors or toy preferences, can demonstrate acceptance of gender non-conformity.”
And that’s still not the worst part!
Parents will not be notified nor will they be able to have their children be opted out of such perverse indoctrination.
According to Brenda Lebsack, a writer for EdSource.org, a 20-year public educator, and member of Orange Unified School District board of education in Orange County,
“While parents may assume they can opt out of this instruction, as they can with sexual health education and HIV prevention, this simply is not true. Instruction about gender or sexual orientations that is implemented through the adoption of the framework is exempted from parent notification and opt out requirements (California Education Code 51932b). According to The California Safe School Coalition, state law provides that ‘instruction or materials that discuss gender, sexual orientation, or family life and do not discuss human reproductive organs and their functions’ are not subject to parental notice and opt-out laws.”
If you haven’t done so already, it’s time to abandon the public school system or leave the state.
The vote on the new framework is expected to take place in May, so be prepared.