As the rhetoric over the mislabeled Florida "Don't Say Gay" law was ratcheted up a few notches, people supporting the law began to suggest that the law, which has very little to do with LGBT matters, prevents the rainbow crowd from grooming.
At the time, even pb thought that was over the top. Even pb, at the time, was mildly offended.
But, since then, not so much. Just yesterday I found this on Twitter and I found another story very similar to it.
A Wake County Public School System preschool teacher has resigned after she was accused of using LGBTQ-themed flash cards depicting a pregnant person, according to the district...
"The district is concerned to learn of the inappropriate instructional resource found in a preschool classroom,” Wake County Public School System spokesperson Lisa Luten wrote in an email to WRAL News...
Moore said state Rep. Erin Paré, R-Wake, received an email from a concerned constituent about the flashcards. Paré then contacted Ballentine Elementary Principal Lutashia Dove, according to Moore...
WRAL News found the cards, called Progress Pride Flag Rainbow Families, online. The description reads, "These gorgeous custom-designed illustrations celebrate LGBT2SQ+ Families of diverse races, ages, sexualities, genders, and abilities."
The teacher’s resignation comes as North Carolina Senate lawmakers continue to hold hearings on the "Parents Bill of Rights," a GOP-backed bill that some are calling the state's version of a Florida law that critics refer to as "Don't Say Gay" legislation.
North Carolina House Bill 755 would ban any mention of sexual orientation or gender identity from the curriculum in kindergarten through third grade.
Under the bill, schools would have to notify parents if a student asks to use a different name or different pronouns to describe themselves. They would also have to let parents know if a student is seeing an in-school counselor, or if there's any change in a student's mental, physical or emotional wellbeing.
It appears that Florida may have to redo the Don't Say Gay law to include PRE-K!!!!!
What could this preschool teacher have had in mind if not, at the least, to propagandize these poor little children? If not groom them?
As time goes on, it strikes me that the Florida law, which barely touched on the issue of LGBT2SQ propaganda...even grooming, is justified in regulating LGBT2SQ guerrilla warfare against America's young children and families.