MINNESOTA – Per a report from Summit News, parental watchdog group Parents Defending Education has caught wind that a school district in Minnesota is indoctrinating children as young as three years old in transgender ideology, with various “pride” books and materials being given to these young children.
Parents Defending Education cited the offending school district as Saint Paul Public Schools, claiming that the school district now “partners with organizations that target toddlers with PRIDE resources and provide free ‘chest binders’ to transgender individuals.”
Apparently, the organizations that Saint Paul Public Schools has gotten in cahoots with formally are dubbed AMAZE and OutFront Minnesota.
According to Saint Paul Public Schools’ website for their “Office of Equity,” the AMAZE programs are allegedly designed to “develop culturally responsive classrooms in which every student can learn about themselves and their peers while engaged in curriculum connected to reading and writing standards.”
When diving into some of the featured curricula of AMAZE that are linked on Saint Paul Public Schools’ website, it shows that elementary students learn “diversity themes” in the realm of types of families that include contentious topics like “gay lesbian and transgender family members.”
As for AMAZE’s resource hub, there is a section dedicated for “PRIDE Resources – Book Lessons For Ages 3 And Up” where the books featured go even deeper into degenerate territory.
One book featured is “I Love My Colorful Nails,” which, according to the provided synopsis, is about “a boy who loves to paint his nails different colors. One day at school, some boys start teasing him because they don’t think that boys should paint their nails. Let’s read to find out what happens to Ben and his colorful nails.”
Another featured book is titled “My Princess Boy.” The synopsis of this story is rather to the point, noting “This story is about a little boy who loves the color pink, sparkly things, and being a princess.”
Transgender topics abound in this resource hub for kids as young as three, with one book called “When Aidan Became a Brother.” The summary of this book reads, “When Aidan was born, everyone thought he was a girl. When Aidan told his parents he felt more like a boy, they were responsive and fixed things in his life so they fit him better.”
Additional school resources through their Office of Equity website also allow educators to get their hands on a “Respect My Pronouns Poster” – which helps in indoctrinating children to subscribing that gender is malleable and instructs them that “Assuming someone’s gender
leaves them with the impression that you think you know them better than they know themselves.”
OutFront Minnesota, one of the other partners listed on the school district’s website, tows a similar line in pushing the transgender ideology, but also offers free “chest binders” to professed transgender children. “Chest binders” are literally crafted to bind around a woman’s chest to affirm the delusion that a biological woman can be male.
Director of Outreach for Parents Defending Education, Erika Sanzi, believes that trying to mask this sort of content with the guise of extending dignity to all students is outlandish.
“It is one thing to treat all students with the dignity they deserve; it is quite another to be so far out of your lane that you are partnering with outside organizations that think it is appropriate to engage toddlers in conversations about gender identity and sexual orientation,” Sanzi said.