There are times when many of us would really love to say, “We told you so.” Despite the mocking and scorn over the years, it turns out there actually is a “gay” agenda directed toward children-- depraved and aggressive-- and it’s now more obvious than ever.
The Florida Parental Rights Bill (HB 1557) reveals the crass, exploitative underbelly of “gay” activism and is a threat to the prize target of many wayward adults—vulnerable children.
This important bill recently signed by Governor Ron DeSantis protects children in kindergarten through third grade from homosexual and gender deviance indoctrination in lessons, books and so on. It also prohibits schools from withholding physical/mental health information from a parent.
The law makes perfect sense and my hope is that we can pass many such bills in other states. I wish lawmakers had extended it to all grade levels, but perhaps that seemed an unreachable goal. Yet the measure is a good start. It also helpfully elicited a furious reaction from the “LGBTQ” community.
The sexual anarchy lobby named the measure the “Don’t Say Gay” bill and even organized walkouts of mostly high school students, showing a limited understanding of what the bill does.
Human Rights Campaign, for instance, is already selling “Ok to Say Gay” T-shirts—but ironically, none in sizes for small children. Doesn’t HRC believe these “youth” should have the “right” to identify as “LGBTQ”? Or is that just for backroom discussions?
Once again, it’s all about the adults and their preferences/depravities, and child human shields are mostly unimportant, except for perhaps the hard-to-locate gender-confused 6-year-old, who will be sadly paraded as a literal poster child in upcoming court cases in the hope of overturning this bill.
Does the sustained outrage mean that Big Gay will now openly push small grade schoolers to identify as LGBTQ? There’s a term for that: grooming.
And we know the answer is yes, when and where they can get away with it. Radical educators have already been doing this, hence the need for the bill. Lately, grooming techniques have gotten much more overt in schools nationwide. But to see such honesty from these advocates about their goals is a teachable, if tragic, moment.
“Get out of our way while we recruit/convert/corrupt your children! You have no right to stop us.”
These extremists would do well to remember that this bill has overwhelming support by both Republican and Democrat voters in Florida.
The vitriol from opponents is over the top: “Our goal as a company is for this law to be repealed by the legislature or struck down in the courts, and we remain committed to supporting the national and state organizations working to achieve that. We are dedicated to standing up for the rights and safety of LGBTQ+ members of the Disney family, as well as the LGBTQ+ community in Florida and across the country.” ( Disney)
DeSantis told the media that this statement by Disney “crossed the line.”
Disney has already pledged, in apparent retaliation for the bill, the addition of more “queerness” (many more sexually deviant characters) to its programming.
Human Rights Campaign believes “...these dangerous anti-equality proposals that harm LGBTQ+ families and kids have no place in Florida. Every student deserves to be seen, and every student deserves an education that prepares them for health and success — regardless of who they are.”
This bill in no way prevents any child from being “seen” and will allow greater chance for academic success. Does HRC really take the position that K – 3rd grade children deserve to identify as homosexual or “trans,” regardless of parental consent? That would be a jaw-dropping advocacy of essentially criminal conduct.
GLSEN decries the “...continuing pattern of openly targeting LGBTQ+ youth from Governor DeSantis...” No child is being “targeted” but instead, protected.
And right on cue, the National Education Association is screaming “discrimination,” even the horrifying prospect that a homosexual teacher may not be able to reveal his/her chosen identity to young children. If only! How refreshing such schools would be!
NEA may want to inform “LGBTQ” teachers about the option to overcome these attractions/identities and becoming an ex-“gay” or ex-lesbian.
Why do these adult activists so desperately want little children to learn all about homosexuality and gender deviance? Without parents present? That fits the definition of grooming. And in the not-too-distant-past, such actions would qualify as a crime of child corruption, subject to criminal penalties.
And inclusivity? What hypocrisy. Some anonymous Disney employees revealed in a Christian Post article the increasingly uncomfortable work climate for conservatives because of Disney’s left-wing political activity. Inclusivity does not extend to them and they believe Disney should stay out of these political debates.
Let’s make it clear what’s at stake: children who will be led into sin, violating the word of God, engaging in unnecessary, not born-that-way conduct and all the accompanying health, social and spiritual risks. Or the opposite: children who may retain their innocence, remain open to the Lord, and have a better the chance to mature on a natural timetable.
So big thanks to brave Governor DeSantis. Let’s keep this good work rolling out and get bills like this introduced in states throughout the country. And let’s extend the ban to all school grades.
It’s time to stand up for our children and kick sexual/gender perversion and its advocates out of America’s schools for good.