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This State’s Teachers Were Exposed Secretly Grooming Children for LGBT

Despite some key legislative victories for concerned parents, LGBTQ-related curriculum (and sometimes outright activism) is still ubiquitous in America’s public schools. Even in red Texas, students were forced to participate in “Pride Week”, complete with a “Pride parade” through the halls of Austin’s Doss Elementary School. The video of the “parade” was shared by the school’s assistant principal. The video reportedly shows groups of students and teachers marching through the halls with LGBTQ-themed artwork.

As is evident from the photographs, one of the rules of “Pride Week” is that what is discussed in school stays confidential, which violates Texas state law. According to Texas Education Code, “An attempt by any school district employee to encourage or coerce a child to withhold information from the child’s parent is grounds for discipline under Section 21.104″…

Students were also forced to participate in a “circle discussion” that was supposed to be kept confidential, according to school administrators. “Please remember that we agreed to keep what happened in this circle confidential,” reads a school document on “pride week.” Read more…

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