Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Republicans in the Legislature have driven liberals mad over the Parental Rights in Education bill.
Disney employees walked off the job in the middle of the Spring Break season. Entertainers tweet or sing “gay” over and over again like they are stuck on a verbal treadmill. Abortion-supporting Democratic politicians cry bully on DeSantis over legislation that they claim will “endanger” children.”
All because DeSantis endorses a GOP-backed bill that prevents school districts, and accordingly teachers, from establishing lesson plans that discuss sexual orientation and gender identity to kids in grades K-3.
Yet the liberals then go out and prove exactly why Florida needs this law.
The Twitter account Libs of Tik Tok on Tuesday exposed some proposed state education standards for Illinois.
According to the LoTT post, by the time they leave the second grade, Illinois students are expected to define gender identity and “discuss the range of ways people express their gender and how gender-role stereotypes may limit behavior.
They are also expected to be able to define reproduction and sexual abuse.
In grades 3 through 5, students will be tasked with explaining sexual development, including masturbation, and the role of hormone blockers on “young people who identify as transgender.”
Those in grades 6 through 8 must be able to define, vaginal, oral, and anal sex, and also “explain a range of identities related to sexual orientation: heterosexual, bisexual, gay, queer, asexual, and pansexual.”
“Literal grooming,” LoTT opined in its post. “Homeschool your kids.”
The problem may not be just in Illinois, however.
Last year, according to Chicago Policy Review, Illinois became the first state to adopt the newest policies crafted under the National Sex Education Standards, which were developed by three groups: Advocates for Youth, Answer, and SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change.
In their standards, which reflect the criteria LoTT posted about, the groups seek “to create a national dialogue about the future of sex education and to promote the institutionalization of quality sex education in public schools.”
An “education” that begins in kindergarten.
“Ideally,” the NSES say, “school-based comprehensive sex education should at least start in kindergarten and continue through 12th grade.”
Note: The below video has nothing to do with this story, or maybe it does. Thanks to Libs of TiK Tok for posting this.