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California District Includes Books for Children that Teaches About 8 Genders and 10 Sexual Orientations

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Textbooks in the California district of Newport-Mesa impose new guidelines on sexuality and transgenderism to the point where they claim there are now ten sexual orientations and eight genders. The books are aimed at middle and high-school-aged children.

According to a Fox News Digital report, one of the books on the Health Education subject is titled: “Comprehensive Health Skills for High School,” which states that now there are not only male and female genders but also “androgynous.” They also include gender non-conforming, gender questioning, and non-binary.

It further notes that there are ten different sexual orientations, including androsexual, polysexual, skoliosexual, demisexual, and gynesexual.

Another finding is that the district instructed students about gender using a bread man called Genderbread in a sex education class. A video on “what it’s like to be trans in high school” was included, with two teens discussing transition.

On the other side is the district’s “Teen Talk” curriculum, which also shows graphic images of genitalia, including the differences between circumcised and uncircumcised penises.

Another textbook, “Comprehensive Health,” provides student profiles, including their names, sexual orientation, and gender identity, and asks children to create their own. For example, “Kai” is 14 years old. He is gender fluid and pansexual, according to his profile.

What is happening in California is being replicated across the country

California is not the only place educating children like this. In New York City, the School District recommended seven stories for first graders and kindergarteners on transgender issues.

A Fox News report revealed the existence of at least seven texts with explicit messages about gender transition for very young children. These are children’s stories registered on the TeachingBooks website that can only be accessed through the DOE’s official login for students and teachers.

Last August 23, it was learned that a Wisconsin school board introduced new sex education for its students, including lessons on transgenderism starting in fourth grade.

“We’re also recognizing a lot of our students are identifying themselves with different sexual orientations. That number is up to 13%”, Wauwatosa Superintendent Demond Means told WISN.

While some districts like Newport-Mesa in California assure that “parents can opt-out their child from participating in comprehensive sex education, ” some districts hide from parents not only what they are teaching their children but the fact that their own children are deciding to transition genders.

A Michigan mother filed a lawsuit against her children’s school district because she requested a curriculum for an “ethnic and gender studies” class and was denied the information.

It recently came to light that the Southeastern Legal Foundation requested an investigation into whether a Missouri school district is violating privacy rights by having students complete surveys that include questions about their sexual orientation and their parents’ political beliefs.

Also, in April, a Florida mother filed a lawsuit because her daughter’s school is helping her transition her gender while excluding parents from the process.

Sabrina Martín Rondon is a Venezuelan journalist. Her source is politics and economics. She is a specialist in corporate communications and is committed to the task of dismantling the supposed benefits of socialism // Sabrina Martín Rondon es periodista venezolana. Su fuente es la política y economía. Es especialista en comunicaciones corporativas y se ha comprometido con la tarea de desmontar las supuestas bondades del socialismo

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