As children in Texas face permanently disfiguring gender experiments and homosexual adults face a high risk of disease, Austin’s school officials are dedicating an entire week to endorse those behaviors.

Austin Independent School District is hosting a “Pride Week” March 21-26 to not only promote LGBT sexual conduct to school children, but to teach them “trans” ideology—the idea that you can turn into whatever biological sex or creature you feel like.

Austin ISD is providing each school campus an “inspiration guide of suggested activities for PRIDE Week” as well as “Pride Swag” stickers, posters, flags, “pronoun buttons,” and more.

Pride Week Lesson Plans

“Gender Stereotypes” is aimed at first- and third-graders, or children as young as 6 years old.

“This is a moment when you [the teacher] can include the statement, ‘Some people aren’t boys or girls, they’re just people,’” read the activity plan, taken from the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network. “Including stereotypes for all ‘children’ as well as ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ will leave space for nonbinary people, and be sure that you’re not reinforcing the gender binary.”

“‘I Am’ Me: Talking About Identity” teaches kindergarteners through second-graders—children as young as 5—that they can be “trans” and “non-binary,” while “The Breakdown” lesson instructs children to attack “transphobia” and “genderism.”

“Genderism: The systematic belief that people need to conform to their gender assigned at birth in a gender-binary system that includes only female and male,” the activity plan reads. “It is genderism when people can’t fathom that there are gender options beyond boy or girl. It is genderism when someone doesn’t understand that you don’t identify as a boy or a girl.”

Another suggested activity, the “‘Safe to Be’ Vision Jamboard,” encourages students to list attributes of an ideal school environment. Though seemingly harmless, GLSEN includes their example list that was written by the National Student Council last year. Their desires include “homomarxism,” “no more Pledge of Allegiance in school,” “no more [School Resource Officers],” “tampons and condoms available in school nurse’s office,” and giving boys access to girls’ locker rooms and bathrooms.

Those are just some of the lesson plans.

Outside the classroom, those ideas are wreaking havoc on children and adults across the state—such as in the case of 9-year-old Dallas-area boy James Younger, whose mother told him he was a girl and wanted to force him (against his father’s wishes) to take sterilizing cross-sex hormone drugs and eventually be castrated.

Furthermore, men who engage in homosexual activity are at a significantly high risk of contracting serious diseases. According to the CDC, of the 1.2 million Americans in 2018 who had HIV (a non-curable virus that develops into AIDS), more than 740,000 were men who had relations with men.

Austin ISD officials have also faced backlash for their controversial sex-ed curriculum that teaches children the ideologies throughout the normal school year. As previously reported, that curriculum included role-playing scenarios for students that involve anal sex, oral sex, and a situation where an underage girl has a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old that she hides from her parents.

Meanwhile, Austin ISD’s ability to teach math and reading to children—particularly economically disadvantaged kids—is failing.

Jacob Asmussen

Jacob Asmussen is a Senior Journalist for Texas Scorecard. He attended the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and in 2017 earned a double major in public relations and piano performance.


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