Miami-Dade County cancels LGBTQ History Month for schools in order to comply with DeSantis's Parental Rights in Education Bill
ยท Sep 8, 2022 ยท

The media dubbed "Don't-Say-Gay" bill in Florida, which prevents teachers from talking to young kids about sex and puts power back into the hands of parents, is having its desired effect in preventing schools from grooming children into radical gender theory.

The latest victory for DeSantis comes from Miami-Dade, where the county has decided to cancel their LGBTQ History Month in October in order to comply with the DeSantis law.

From Just the News:

The Miami-Dade County Public Schools board has voted against a proposal to observe October as LGBTQ History Month, following the state's recently enacted Parental Rights in Education law that prohibiting K through third-grade teachers giving lessons on "sexual orientation" or "gender identity."

The measure โ€“ which critics and others frequently refer to as the "Don't Say Gay" bill โ€“ was signed into law in March by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.

The board voted 8-1 on Wednesday to have schools not observe the history month. The only vote in support of the proposal came from sponsor Lucia Baez-Geller, NBC Miami reported.

This is Miami-Dade. One of the most liberal places in Florida.

And the board voted 8-1 to cancel the LGBTQ History Month.

This is a significant victory for parents in Florida and for DeSantis.

Board member Christi Fraga opposed the measure, saying that the board is "going to follow the law."

"The Parental Rights bill is very clear that this type of imposition should not be imposed on our children, especially in our elementary schools, and an endorsement district-wide was in direct violation of the Parental Rights bill," she said.

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