Thursday, March 29, 2007

Teaching California Kindergarteners to be Transsexual, Bisexual and Homosexual?

Posted at Campaign for Children and Families.
Sacramento, California – In a repeat of legislation vetoed last year by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activists are pushing a pair of bills (SB 777 and AB 394) that would require all textbooks, instructional materials, school-sponsored activities, all school policies, and all teacher training courses to promote the transsexual, bisexual and homosexual lifestyles to children as young as kindergarten.

The flagship bill, SB 777 by lesbian state Senator Sheila James Kuehl (Democrat – Santa Monica), would indirectly force textbooks, instruction materials, and school activities to promote “sexual orientation” (defined as homosexual and bisexuality) and “gender” (defined as including transsexuality) in all grades in California public schools.
SB 777 incorporates the strange Penal Code definition of “gender” and places it into the Education Code, reading: “Gender" means sex, and includes a person's gender identity and gender related appearance and behavior whether or not stereotypically associated with the person's assigned sex at birth.” This means boys becoming girls and girls becoming boys would have to be positively portrayed in health textbooks, sex education classes and school assemblies.

Because SB 777 would affect all instructional materials, the bill will change textbooks and curriculum as well as guest speakers, informational handouts, and school assemblies. The new, “non-discriminatory” materials would have to include:

  • Sex-change handouts (Omitting sex-change material in sex education class would "reflect adversely")

  • Transvestite speakers (Limiting classroom speakers to biologically-born men and biologically-born women would "reflect adversely")

  • Transsexual, bisexual and homosexual videos (Showing videos depicting only the traditional family or man-woman relationships would "reflect adversely")

  • Additionally, because parental units are gender-specific, married couples or a family with a "father and a mother" would be portrayed as mere stereotypes – outdated ideas – and could be prohibited from textbooks because their discriminatory inclusion "reflects adversely." Under SB 777, school curriculum in every public school throughout California, in every grade K-12, would have to portray transsexual and bisexual "parents" as normal. In essence, SB 777 would teach schoolchildren that there is no such thing as the natural family.

    It's not enough to remain silent.

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