Sending your child to public school is just asking for sexual predators to take full advantage
If any sexual education is to take place in the classroom – and even this is questionable since parents are the ones who should be talking to their children about sex – then parents must be kept in the loop about everything being taught, says Chris Newlin, executive director of the National Children’s Advocacy Center.
“[Parents] should be informed [about sex education], especially the younger kids are,” Newlin is quoted as saying. “I’m just not a fan of things being held secret from parents, and kids being told not to tell.
This is a far cry from what is now taking place in Wisconsin, for instance. The Supreme Court of that state ruled earlier this month that public schools are free to indoctrinate children into changing their “gender identity” without informing parents. Here are a few other examples:
• In Texas, an elementary school reportedly told five-year-olds not to tell their parents what was discussed during “pride week” classroom discussions.
• In Philadelphia, public school students can be groomed into a “trans” lifestyle without their parents having to know about it.
• In Canada, one school recently held a “pride dance” that parents were prohibited from attending.
All of this is textbook grooming, experts say, though it is disguised in modern terms that claim it is all for the benefit of children who simply wish to become their “true selves.”
The Cambridge English Dictionary defines a groomer in the following way. See if you think it defines the public school indoctrinators who parade their deviancy and mental illness all over TikTok:
“The criminal activity of becoming friends with a child in order to try to persuade the child to have a sexual relationship”
That description certainly covers so-called Drag Queen Story Hour, which aims to sexualize infants and babies into LGBT deviancy using colorful cartoon imagery and other deceptions.
“This is extremely dangerous and an immense violation of the rights of parents to know what’s happening to their children,” says Christopher Rufo, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. “It opens up kids to manipulation, indoctrination and abuse.”