Chicago-area high school has segregated lunch space for LGBTQIA+ students
· Jun 21, 2023 ·

"Hey gay kids, go sit over there at that rainbow table by yourselves, it's for your own good!"

That, I assume, is what Chicago area queer "educator" Quinton Clemons shouts to his LGBTQIA+ students every Tuesday and Thursday at lunchtime.

Slightly joking, but not really…

Oh, segregation. Isn't it just wonderful?

Brings me back to a more peaceful time in our country's history.

LGBTQIA+ educators established "Qrunch," a lunchtime opportunity for students to connect and eat together. Qrunch was held each Tuesday and Thursday during lunch 1 and 2. It was hosted by Quinton Clemons and supported by additional staff members as needs arose throughout the school year. "The Cook Out," a lunch space for Black and Brown students in the LGBTQIA+ community, was hosted every Monday.

That's, like, double segregation right there!


So much progress happening down there in Chicagoland!

In case you don't believe me, here's a screenshot of that memo:

Yup, they're really doing it!

In addition to segregated lunch programs, the memorandum boasted about more than a dozen additional programs designed to indoctrinate impressionable high school students into the Left's ideology, including a "radical reading team," an "antiracist working group," and a leftist speaker series.

"We are encouraged by this year's successes and are eager to continue this vital work next school year," the district's equity analyst wrote.

Yeah, I bet the kids are so encouraged by being separated from their peers. That is, if they allow straight kids to even hang out with the gays in the first place.

Segregation is back folks.

Put the gay kids in the corner, I guess!

Oh, and the blacks, too.

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