Illinois School District: Preschoolers Have No Opt Out For LGBT Curriculum

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Elementary school kids arrive at school from the school bus

Parents are fuming in Illinois after their school district says that the new LGBT curriculum is not only “age-appropriate,” but there is no Opting out of the teaching. If the curriculum were classified as sex education, then by state law, parents would have the option to opt-out. The creators conveniently claim the curriculum does not overlap with sexual education, saying, “There’s nothing in [the district’s LGBT curriculum] overlaps with sexual education that would require any form of opt-out that State law requires.”

According to a media report, the district also claims that religion has nothing to do with these teachings saying:

“[W]hen people were talking about religious objections, it does become challenging, so we’ve been trying to help people understand that this is not a religious curriculum, this is not a curriculum that is advocating any form of sexuality.”

The district sought to deliberately keep parents in the dark to prevent parents from pulling their kids out on the days of the teachings. When outraged parents pushed back, the district claimed teachers and others felt ‘fearful’ and ‘unsafe.’

The school board president released a memo talking about their stance on parents opting out saying, “The District 65 Board of Education does not support allowing students to opt-outopt-out of this or any curriculum that seeks to include a more complete account of the role of historically marginalized people in our society.”

Your children’s minds are under assault. The sexualization of children is running rampant in this modern world. This is depravity is being pushed in schools across the nation to various degrees.

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