A government high school in Virginia forced children to sit through an assembly promoting gender confusion, genital mutilation in “sex-change” surgeries, and other absurdities.
Lawmakers and academics in the Lone Star State are on edge after the mass-murdering Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was exposed trying to buy influence and shape the narrative at the University of Texas and other American educational institutions.
It’s a simple formula: Take Chinese money — then put Chinese propaganda in the classroom. More than 500 colleges worldwide, more than 100 in the United States, and approximately 400 K–12 schools have already bitten this apple, doing the bidding of the Chinese government.
Duke University’s student government and Women’s Center have collaborated to establish a new think tank called “Think Gender,” whose purpose is to “illuminate the interrelationship of sexism, homophobia, gender bias and violence.”
For those wondering whether the gender insanity preached in government schools across America was having an effect, we seem to have an answer — and it's not pretty.
Recently I reported on the firing of Mateo Rueda, now an ex-art teacher after showing 10- and 11-year-olds nude “artwork” at Lincoln Elementary School in Hyrum, Utah, on December 4. Now, Rueda continues playing the victim, aided and abetted by complicit reporters; libertines the world over; and, unfortunately, some good people who don’t realize that the media have mischaracterized his trespass.
Most of the children can't even read or do math at a proficient level, government studies show. But victims of government schools across California will now be forced to endure extreme state-sponsored “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender” (LGBT) indoctrination, whether parents approve or not.
What do you say about a situation in which an elementary-school teacher forces children to view nude “art” despite their objections and without parental approval? If you’re like too many Internet commenters responding to just such a story, you call the children ignorant brats and snowflakes and label the school puritanical for taking action against the teacher.
A Utah art teacher was recently fired for showing children art postcards that included nude images. Now some parents are up in arms and the school is accused of Puritanism and, contradictively, political correctness. But there’s more to the story than the media have told.
If you believe the three r’s long ago became racism, relativism, and revisionism, you won’t be surprised by a story out of Wisconsin: a middle school has been caught giving students an intrusive, 55-question survey that they believed would spark a conversation on “privilege.”
Students enrolled in Indiana University’s “Gender Studies” can take a course called “We’re All A Little Crazy: Gender, Madness, & Popular Culture.” But the purveyors of this tax-funded lunacy seem more than just a “little” crazy.