Kindergartners to Learn There Are 15 Genders

California wants to teach Kindergartners there are 15 genders and parents will not be notified and are not allowed to opt their children out of the indoctrination sessions.  “According to The California Safe School Coalition, state law provides that “instruction or materials that discuss gender, sexual orientation, or family life and do not discuss human reproductive organs and their functions” are not subject to parental notice and opt-out laws.”

We are talking about five year olds here who have no idea what gender identity is, nor should they even be concerned about it at that age.  A study done by UCLA shows that 25% of kids between the ages of 12 and 17 in California already feel they are gender non-conforming, but apparently 25% is not enough for the LGBT community and the California school system.

The 2019 proposed changes would be implemented under a revision to the state’s “Health Education Framework” to be voted on in May. The guidelines are part of the California Department of Education’s proposed  Health Education Framework.

According to the California Health Framework, which is over 1000 pages, In Chapter 3, Line 1847, the draft recommends the book Who Are You? for pre-K–3rd graders as a “guide” to develop their gender identity.

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According to Brenda Lebsack of EDSource, a public educator for twenty (20) years, outlined the 1000 page framework as follows:

“This book introduces young children to the idea that gender is a spectrum. This means genders are unlimited and ever-expanding, rather than confined to two biological genders. In the book, gender is described as, “boy, girl, both, neither, trans, genderqueer, non-binary, gender fluid, transgender, gender neutral, agender, neutrois, bigender, third gender, two spirit…” In Chapter 5, Line 643, the draft introduces sexual orientations as a spectrum as well. LGBTQ+ is defined as an ever-changing spectrum with expanding concepts to include “queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, allies and alternative identities (LGBTQQIAA).” Other sexual orientations introduced in Chapter 6, Line 938 include “pansexual and polysexual.”  To read more of this article, please go to EdSource.

To read more from the source of the video, please go to Freedom Project.

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