Maryland school district recommends booklist that would teach kids as young as 4 terms like "intersex" and "drag queen" and be read aloud in class
· Nov 19, 2022 ·

Well, the schools in some districts look to be doubling down on efforts to sexualize and trans the kids.

The groomers in Maryland's richest school district are introducing books to children as young as 4 that would teach them all sorts of awesome stuff about sex.

Here's more details from the Fox Story cited in the tweets:

If a parent asks whether they can keep their child home during the LGBTQ+ readings, MCPS faculty are advised to explain that no effort will be made to persuade a child from holding certain beliefs.

"While there are no planned, explicit lessons related to gender and sexuality, students will see these identities embedded throughout," the sample response states. "For students for whom some of these identities are new, questions and conversations might organically happen. Inclusive curricula support a student's ability to empathize, connect, and collaborate with a diverse group of peers, and encourage respect for all. No child who does not agree with or understand another student's, gender, identity or expression, or their sexuality identity is asked to change how they feel about it."

So, basically, the school is saying, "No, your kid has to hear about gay weddings, drag queens, intersex, sex toys, and all these gay topics. Even if they're uncomfortable."

There's a word for this behavior:


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