While comedians like Dave Chappelle were attacked and criticized for their stance on transgender ideology, in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis took action against the movement being taught to children. Not only did the Republican ban gender identity and sexual orientation being taught in kindergarten through the third grade, but not that long ago, he stated the he would also support banning gender transition surgery on children.
Standing alongside the governor, many parents have voiced their concerns about such hot topics being taught to their children without permission or notice. Although the subject might not be taught, a trans teacher, who teaches at a preschool, shared their thoughts online.
In the video, which can be watched below, the trans teacher, who the children called Mr. Mica, recalled how finally the students started to recognize her as being a man. For those wondering, Mr. Mica was born a female. Still, she stated, “So today it was full of little happy gender euphoria moments. I got called Mr. Mica a lot today. Well, completely fine. And that was really heartwarming that the kids just got it. But my favorite reaction and it sums me up so well I feel like, is I was in the new classroom and I took off my mask to blow my nose. And I just hear a kid loudly whisper. ‘Oh, she’s a boy.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, you got it, kid. You totally got it.’”
On top of trans teachers continuing to push the agenda, State Farm auto insurance encouraged Florida agents to donate books pertaining to transgenderism to their local libraries and children. According to the Washington Examiner, in an email sent out to agents, “The three books, A Kids Book About Being Transgender, A Kids Book About Being Non-Binary, and A Kids Book About Being Inclusive, contain various descriptions about gender and identity meant to disprove the notion that gender is the same as biological sex and establish that it is therefore changeable.”
The email added, “The project’s goal is to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children age 5+. This is a fantastic way to give back and an easy project that will help support the LGBTQ+ community and to make the world around us better.”
Although State Farm is supporting the idea of children being introduced to transgenderism at an incredibly young age, Consumers’ Research Executive Director Will Hild reminded them that all three books were barred from public schools. “We would hope State Farm would…cooperate with the governor’s office or law enforcement in [Florida] and retrieve any of these books that may have been donated to public schools that by law now do not belong there.”
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