HAPPENING NOW! LGBT Curriculum And Gender Neutral Uniforms Already ADOPTED By 120 Schools
Is this what we can expect to be happening in America soon? There was a time when one would think this could never come to pass….well it has, and it’s catching fire. Already now, 120 school has adopted this program. You’re not going to believe what it all entails either…
More than a 100 schools now in Britain have jumped into a program and signed up to a new LGBT “best practice” curriculum. This is an adoption of the idea that gender neutral uniforms are a must. However, that is not the worst part…not even close. There is a studying curriculum that goes right along with this, and it is material meant to expose the students to the promotion of gay and transgender lifestyles as part of their daily education.
The founder of this program is Elly Barnes, and she is calling it Educate & Celebrate- and it comes with a promise to turn schools into a “safe space” for all LGBT youth involved with the program.
This is reality people, it is really freaking happening!
“In our experience, primary schools are adopting [the programme] faster than secondary schools,” she told The Guardian.
So this is how it works:
This so-called “charity” works in partnership for an entire year with the schools that accept this curriculum. It will work to help the institutions implement a “5 point plan” The programme includes “reviewing policies that have been developed by the LGBT inclusive curriculum. It comes with lesson plans, assemblies, book collections and promotes an increasing visibility in the school environment of gender neutral aspects, starting with the uniforms.
Educate & Celebrate’s blog boasts that staff attended the ‘Women’s March’ against Donald Trump in January, attacking the U.S. president for having “failed to appoint a new LGBT envoy to the house with just days to go until his inauguration”.
A key aspect of the charity’s programme is helping schools “establish an LGBT+Inclusive curriculum through our book collections, assemblies and lessons in all subject areas and key stages”. Their goal is to make children “aware of the everyday existence of LGBT+People”.
A geography lesson plan for Key Stage 1 pupils (aged between five and seven) has children read And Tango Makes Three, a book which concerns two male penguins at a zoo who ‘adopt’ a baby penguin.
The lesson plan tells teachers to “discuss the story”, asking pupils: “Did [the baby penguin] have all of his needs met? Who did this? Did it matter that they were both male? Why?”
Educate & Celebrate say the sample geography lesson, entitled “Penguin Habitats” will encourage children to “challenge ‘typical’ behaviours and gender stereotyping” and “actively confront prejudice”.
Teaching resources on the charity’s website show Educate & Celebrate advocate promoting LGBT lifestyles in every part of the curriculum.
There are also plans for the subject of Math where the lessons will be aimed at using attendees at gay pride festivals around the world as the basis for their story problems and practice questions.
Another one of their 5 points, dictates that schools are to “increase visibility” of sexual minorities, by using displays and placing them in key areas, and a reception greeting. These are to make every constituency of LGBT youth “feel represented”… again, providing a safe space.
A former delegate to one of the charity’s teacher training days said Educate & Celebrate “influenced everything” about the school, which “changed [its] vision statement to reflect” what was learned at the charity’s event.
“There are rainbow touches throughout the school!” added the delegate, quoted on the Educate & Celebrate website.
You should also know that it was reported that one of Britain’s TOP private schools will be bringing this “gender-neutral” uniforms and unisex toilets into their school, and enforcing that their teachers drop gender-specific terms like ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ from their vocabulary.
I don’t know about you…but this tends to sound a little more like Sodom and Gomorrah, and a little less like the world we once knew. Teachers unable to say the words girl or boy?
Madness has taken over.