The largest teachers' union in the nation, the NEA, has put out a recommended summer reading list that includes the book Gender Queer which has been at the center of the battle over "banned books" in schools because of its extremely sexually explicit illustrations and promotion of LGBT values.
In case you aren't familiar with it, Gender Queer is a memoir written by an LGBT author and is controversial because it shows, for instance, illustrations of a minor performing oral sex. Like, isn't that illegal??
In fact, the book is so obviously sexually explicit that if you read it at a school board meeting you'll be silenced because of the graphic nature and even Democrats will accuse of sharing child porn if you show people what's in the book.
But, anyways, this is the kind of smut the NEA wants your kids to be taught.
You know, for sign-tapping reasons.
The book was featured in the NEA's "Great Summer Reads for Educators!" list that showcased 11 books.
Among those books are "White Fragility," a book that insists that White Americans use anger, shame and guilt to avoid taking responsibility for racial inequality.
The job of the NEA is to train teachers and what they're training them in is how to groom kids and expose them to radical gender theory and sexualization from a young age.
Then you have white fragility in there too because it's also important to teach kids that all white people are racist and that America is evil.
This is who is in charge of your child's education.
Protect your kids people, get them out of public schools.