Texas public school officials are not only offering sexually explicit books and promoting hazardous sexual behaviors to kids, but they are also teaching them “trans” ideology—the idea that you can turn into whatever biological sex or creature you feel like.

The Books

The latest example in the ongoing fight over children’s school materials is “A Quick & Easy Guide to Queer and Trans Identities,” an LGBT instructional book found in a slew of taxpayer-funded school districts across the state.

The book instructs students they can reject their true biological self and pretend to be the opposite sex—or whatever else they think of.

“Gender exists on a spectrum, just like colors,” the book reads. “There are infinite combinations of male and female that can be felt and expressed as well as the complete lack of gender altogether.”

“Non-binary people can have genders that go all over the spectrum and can even reject that spectrum completely,” it adds. “People who feel that they do not have a gender, like [book character] Bowery, are often known as ‘agender’ people, or ‘neutrois’ if you want to be French and fancy.”

Another book, titled “A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns,” encourages kids to discard their true biological identity.

“I identify as non-binary, this means I don’t really identify as male or female. Confusing I know! We live in a weird wondrous wild world!” one of the book characters says.

“Practice coming out,” the book tells the reader, with a character saying: “I first came out as non-binary in a queer book club. I wasn’t the only genderqueer kid there and that group already had a basic understanding of what I was going through.”

If other people do not play along and instead try to help you back to your true self, the book says you need not listen to them.

“If education fails and folks are being jerks, you can also throw this book in their face.”

The books are located in numerous independent school district libraries across the state, including but certainly not limited to Austin, Dallas, Northside (San Antonio area), El Paso, Hays Consolidated, Fredericksburg, and Clear Creek (Houston area). Texas has more than 1,200 public school districts.

The Reality

Outside the classroom, the LGBT ideology is wreaking havoc on children and adults across the state, such as in the case of 9-year-old Dallas-area boy James Younger. His 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.

Texas Scorecard also recently chronicled the sexually explicit books available in children’s school libraries across Texas, including those that graphically illustrate or depict pedophilia between teachers and students, incest, rape, sex acts between minors (including two 10-year-old boys), and other explicit scenes.

Furthermore, Austin Independent School District recently faced backlash for their “PRIDE Week”—a weeklong celebration of LGBT sexual behaviors and gender confusion—and their controversial sex-ed curriculum in classrooms throughout the normal school year. As previously reported, that curriculum instructs the same ideologies and 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.

Parents concerned about the materials in their children’s schools may contact their school boards and jacob@texasscorecard.com.

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.