Our children are the center of a war. Not your typical war like the one we see happening in Ukraine but a mental war brought on by the mentally unstable who have taken over the school system and our government.
Governor Ron DeSantis was one of the first governors to take steps toward bringing normalcy back to schools in Florida with his Parental Rights Bill HB 1557, which has falsely been labeled the don’t say gay bill. DeSantis wants to protect our children like so many of us parents want to do. HB 1557 as well as HB 1778, signed a similar bill in Georgia.
With the signing of Florida’s Parental Rights Bill teachers in the Sunshine State are having breakdowns and quitting because they can’t discuss sexual identity, sexual orientation, or anything sexual with children from kindergarten through third grade.
Why is your sexual identity mandatory for classroom discussion with small children?
Teachers have flocked to TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube in the past few weeks having mental breakdowns because they can no longer discuss their or our children’s sexuality. Topics that no teacher should have with children.
Jen Psaki is on record saying, “Alabama’s lawmakers and other legislators who are contemplating these discriminatory bills have been put on notice by the Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services that laws and policies preventing care, that health care professionals recommend for transgender minors, may violate the Constitution and federal law.”
She’s said, “Today in Alabama, instead of focusing on critical kitchen table issues like the economy, Covid or addressing the country’s mental health crisis, Republican lawmakers are currently debating legislation that, among many things, would target trans youth with tactics that threaten to put pediatricians in prison if they provide medically necessary lifesaving health care for the kids they serve. Every major medical association agrees that gender-affirming health care for transgender kids is a best practice and potentially life-saving.”
Psaki asserts that gender-affirming health care is potentially life-saving?
According to a 2021 survey conducted by the Trevor Project, 42% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered suicide.
The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) conducted research into the use of puberty blockers on children.
The NICE evidence review looked at what impact puberty blockers had on gender dysphoria, mental health – such as depression, anger, and anxiety – and quality of life.
NICE, which provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care, said: “The quality of evidence for these outcomes was assessed as very low certainty.”
The research found the effect of puberty blockers on young people aged 12 to 15 over a nine-year period longitudinally and found that after just one year those children were more likely to want to harm or kill themselves.
This that the affirming care we want for our children?
What can we expect though when the safety of children is the last thing on the depraved minds? Disney has executives who are openly admitting to having a “gay agenda”. There are websites geared towards kids that are used in the classroom and discuss everything from sexual identity to various sex acts for young children.
Our children are being groomed right under our noses and not enough parents are taking a stand against the corruption of their minds.
Legislatures in Arizona have drafted a bill of their own, HB 2495. This bill aims at barring public schools from indoctrinating and grooming students with “sexually explicit materials” at taxpayer expense.
Representative Jake Hoffman drafted the bill after he found books and material in a school depicting children having sex and masturbating.
HB 2495 would ban schools from disseminating any materials that depict “sexual conduct” including “acts of masturbation, homosexuality (and) sexual intercourse.”
Continue standing up for our children. Continue fighting back against the depravity that certain groups want to push onto our most vulnerable. Demand answers on why some teachers refuse to allow children to simply be children. They have enough to deal with in their young lives without mentally unstable adults demanding validity from those we are meant to keep safe.