Nebraska children would be prepped to embrace LGBT dogma starting as early as kindergarten under a draft of health education standards proposed by the state Department of Education.
The Daily Wire reported that the document calls for kindergarteners to learn about “different kinds of family structures,” such as “single parent, blended, intergenerational, cohabitating, adoptive, foster, same-gender, interracial.” First- and second-graders would learn about gender, “gender identity,” and “gender-role stereotypes.”
Third-graders would be taught the “range of ways people express their gender and how gender-role stereotypes may influence behavior.” In fourth grade, students would be trained to “distinguish between sex assigned at birth and gender identity and explain how they may or may not differ,” followed by lessons that “gender expression and gender identity exist along a spectrum” in fifth grade and the differences between “cisgender, transgender, gender non-binary, gender expansive, and gender identity.”
Sixth grade is also where lessons would get the most overtly political, including the potential of “prejudice, discrimination, intolerance, and bias” to lead to violence. Read more…