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States Should Follow Florida’s Lead Against Oversexualization of Our Children

Ron DeSantis firma la "Ley de Derechos Parentales en la Educación" para evitar la sexualización de los niños

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“Gay, gay, gay, gay,” they shout at the Oscars, “Gay, gay, gay, gay, gay,” shout Democratic senators, “Gay, gay, gay, gay,” shout and tweet progressive activists.

In this era of post-truth and media manipulation, the “Don’t Say Gay” campaign, with which Democrats tried to destroy the bill pushed by DeSantis in Florida, should open the eyes of a good part of the population about the perverse mechanisms used by the left to deconstruct reality and create a narrative of victims and oppressors—all for the purpose of sexualizing 5-year-old children without the approval of their parents.

Despite the fact that there was never really any section in the legislation prohibiting the use of the word “gay” and despite the fact that on repeated occasions the Governor’s Office, conservative media outlets and DeSantis himself clarified that the real initiative of the bill is to prevent teachers from talking about sexual orientation and gender issues in young children from 5 years old and up, for obvious reasons, the Democrats insisted with their perverse talking points to try to hinder the Republican legislation.

The Biden administration through Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona has condemned the legislation. Speaker Nancy Pelosi, OR Gov. Kate Brown, NY Gov. Kathy Hochul, and hundreds of other DNC operatives have called the DeSantis policy “cruel” and “perverse.”

It is logical that a party that believes parents should have no say in the education of their children, finds it necessary for teachers paid by the state to indoctrinate little ones and fill their innocent minds with sexual aberrations; breaking American homes and destroying family values is the real purpose behind this whole issue that has already ceased to be political, to become something really criminal.

DeSantis signed the “Parental Rights in Education” bill into law yesterday, a legislation that should urgently be replicated in every conservative state. Not only children should not be exposed to sexual issues at such a young age, but they should not be victims of the culture war and political fights unleashed by the left in this country.

Emmanuel Rincón is a lawyer, writer, novelist and essayist. He has won several international literary awards. He is Editor-at-large at El American // Emmanuel Rincón es abogado, escritor, novelista y ensayista. Ganador de diversos premios literarios internacionales. Es editor-at-large en El American

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