Wake up, people.
Our young kids are being groomed by mainstream culture, and it is absolutely w r o n g.
Yes, groomed as in, being preyed upon in a sexual manner by adults. I’m not talking physically, but rather…mentally.
Their thinking, their moral compass, their beliefs and ideas about sex. It’s happening right in front of us. To our children.
And God bless Ron DeSantis for having the balls to stand up and say, “Enough is enough.”
Let’s talk about this so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill in Florida. In actuality, it is the HB1557 “Parental Rights in Education Bill” – which, contrary to the wolf-crying media, does not ban the word “gay” from classrooms, but rather, prohibits the “encourage[ment of] classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students.”
Which is absolutely right. Teachers should not be talking about sex, or planting ideas to spur “gender confusion” to children in grades K-3.
The outrage this bill has caused on the left, is frankly preposterous. You mean, you agree that talking to children about the ins and outs of how people use their genitals is an appropriate conversation to have with a child who doesn’t even know how to write in cursive?!
It is absolutely outrageous.
There is no world where that is okay. First of all, I believe it is the job of the parent to educate their child about sex. Secondly, when it comes to Sex Ed or, “Health Class” as it was called at my public school in Ohio – in fourth grade, might I add…you should learn about reproduction — NOT about all the different “variants of pleasure” that contradict the purpose of sex in the first place: making babies.
When I learned about sex from my mother, I was taught that my virginity was a gift to give to my future husband. It was the most precious, special gift that I could only give away once in my life. She also talked about the scriptural tie-ins to the consummation of marriage in a one-flesh union, with Jesus giving His body on the Cross to His bride, The Church. Etc.
It was a beautiful conversation that influenced the decisions I have made my entire life when it comes to sex. One that I am so grateful for. It saved me, not just pregnancy scares, but also the heartache that comes from feeling used, or taken advantage of, or the questioning of the basis of a relationship.
And sure, there are going to be a lot of people that read that and say, Oh well you were brainwashed with backward, antiquated thinking. And to those people, I’ll just smile, and say: Sure, whatever you say :).
Never once in my life did I ever question that decision. Never once did I question my sexuality or whether I was a female or whether I was actually a boy trapped in a female body.
We don’t need teachers planting ideas about such things in the minds of children, who should be spending time playing outside, discovering their passions, learning about bugs, and learning the meaning of hard work, discipline, following through on a task, honesty, being kind to others, respecting their parents and other people.
And we certainly don’t need teachers making parents out to be “untrustworthy” adults, who kids should keep things from.
There is an attack on our kids right now. An attack. And not just in schools.
“Sexy Summer Camp” run by “Sexy Sex Ed’s” Tanya Turner in Kentucky, is a summer camp for “kids of all ages,” encouraging masturbation, LGBTQ activism, and gender exploration for kids.
Disney’s upcoming film, Lightyear, (The Buzz Lightyear [Toy Story] origin story), will feature two female characters kissing.
Twix candy bar ran a commercial last Halloween with a little boy wearing a Princess dress, saying he felt better dressed that way.
The American Girl Dolls have a new doll, Kira, with lesbian aunts, and the book has a full page photo of the two brides at their wedding.
At the end of the Harry Potter Broadway show, the main character — Harry Potter’s son — comes out as gay.
The bottom line is this: teachers and the media should not be talking about sex — ANY KIND of sex: heterosexual, homosexual, whatever! — with kids in grades K-3. Period!
There is NO CIRCUMSTANCE where teachers need to be discussing that with a child. It is inappropriate. It is disturbing. It is grooming.
Let kids be kids.
Encourage them to learn. Encourage them to dream. Encourage them to aspire to be astronauts, the next Lebron James, the President, a firefighter, a teacher! Encourage them to chase after those dreams.
No where in that picture, needs to be a discussion about if they want to have sex with boys or girls. No where in that picture needs to be a discussion that leads the child to question their gender. No where in that picture needs to be a teacher who paints the child’s parents as untrustworthy.
Good for you, DeSantis, for standing up to protect our kids and protect families, from this predation on the most vulnerable: our kids.
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