USAID is now pushing sex education abroad that has "LGBTQI inclusive development" and many, many references to abortion 🤡
· Aug 4, 2023 ·

Ever wonder why they call us the Great Satan?

Well, here's yet another reason for that wonderful nickname.

Yes, that cover image there is from the USAID's website, which comes as not even the slightest bit of a surprise.

So let us spread our LGBTQIA2S+ETC love all over the world! Because it's not just us who need government-funded education on transgenders and furries; the entire world needs to see this stuff.

The United States Agency for International Development sends billions of taxpayer dollars around the globe each year, and now, because progress, we have this.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a new framework for "LGBTQI inclusive development" on Wednesday, which includes a policy goal of aiding in access to "comprehensive sexuality education."

The framework also says that access to sexual health care and "reproductive rights," which frequently refers to abortion, are key outcomes pursued by USAID…

"USAID affirms and celebrates lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI+) people and all people of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) as integral parts of every society," the new framework says.

According to USAID LGBTQ coordinator Jay Gilliam, inclusive development means that "every individual and community, of all diverse identities and experiences, is instrumental in the transformation of their own societies."

That abortion stuff isn't anything new. And you can bet your bottom dollar they're over there in Africa killing babies for the greater good, because that's what we do — we're the Great Satan.

Here's a link to the framework.

FYI, the USAID dishes out over half of our foreign aid money. And this is what we spend the money on.

In the development of their Country Development Cooperation Strategies and/or Regional Development Cooperation Strategies, Missions should identify the needs, challenges, social dynamics, and structural barriers faced by LGBTQI+ people. Those considerations and ongoing stakeholder consultations should be integrated into all stages of the Program Cycle, including strategic planning, design, procurement, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.

Super serious stuff right here, folks. Sunshine and lollipops. Just out here helping the gays, don't mind us if we educate you on their kinks in the process.

Because if we want to give aid to the world, we're gonna have to make the world gay.

It's the only way!

And since we don't play around in the United States when it comes to the gay stuff, I have more of this hogwash for you.

(This is a really confusing commie word salad)

Each USAID Mission and Washington-based OU must identify at least one staff member (ideally one Foreign Service National and one Foreign Service Officer) to serve as an LGBTQI+ Focal Point; this may be the Gender Advisor, the Inclusive Development Advisor, and/or other staff.

The Focal Point serves as the Mission/OU's point person on LGBTQI+ issues and helps the Mission/OU advance LGBTQI+ protection and inclusion; sits on and advises interagency diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) councils and inclusive development working groups; and cultivates relationships with local LGBTQI+-led organizations.

Seriously, this is like reading a foreign language. What does some of that stuff even mean?

A Gender Advisor? How many genders do you think you have to master before you graduate to Gender Advisor? Like, all 3,400 of them? That's gotta be tough!

Anyhow, this is just more wasted money the government is dishing out to the alphabet people worldwide so we can see not only the downfall of our society here in the United States, but we can watch the entire world crumble as well.

Thanks a lot, Satan!

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