LGBTQ+ Advocates gone too far?
The LGBTQ+ advocates groom preschool children at libraries, indoctrinate students grades K-5 in public school, and recruit students grades 6-8, in middle school Gender & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) Clubs representing over 4000 GSA clubs across the nation. Militant activism, grades 9-12, is fostered in both public schools and libraries.
Library Grooming and Recruiting
The evidence is compelling as Multnomah County OREGON Library Drag Queen Story Times for preschoolers have led to teen Drag Queen Workshops. At the forefront of this effort are the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN) Clubs in middle and high schools.
Championing issues in K-12 education since 1990, GLSEN seeks to make LGBTQ+ persons a "protected class" enumerating specific "rights" schools must secure for students and teachers. GLSEN is the force behind the Day of Silence.
They promote GSA Clubs in middle and high schools. Using school climate-surveys, they make the case GSAs provide essential support for transgender students while enlisting other students as allies, and sponsoring school-wide LGBTQ educational activities. However, GSA support for LGBTQ+ students is agenda-driven, putting LGBTQ+ identity front and center and limiting parents' involvement. Schools generally cannot require parental permission before joining a club.
American Library Association
The American Library Association promotes events in libraries across the nation. Drag Queens, men dressed as women, reading children's books portraying little boys who want to become girls (Jack Not Jill) and animals' choice of underwear or none at all (What Color is Your Underwear?) are grooming 3-5 year olds to normalize and embrace homosexuality and transgenderism, easy prey for pedophilia advances by adults.
Children, hearing these themes become confused about their own sex, thinking "maybe my parents would love me more if I were a boy, like my brother or a girl, like my sister." There are child Drag Queens, (Molest A. Child) celebrated by fringe groups calling them courageous and heroic!
Little do these parents and children understand the lonely and empty life of those who choose a Drag Queen lifestyle.
Art Museum Sponsors Recruitment of LGBTQ Activists
For two years the Portland Art Museum, sponsored a Drag Queen, Carla Rossi. In February, 2019 Rossi led "POWER UP," WELCOME TO CLOWN TOWN drag workshop, restriced to students, only.
Tolerance is no longer the desire. Testimonies by gay teens at school board meetings feature students trained and skilled in political talking points and dramatic oratory, proclaiming their rights to promote their lifestyle, demanding respect and acceptance.
The percentages of students identifying as LGBTQ is rising. Proponents would claim they are "coming out" because of their "same sex" attraction or desire to become the opposite sex. What does an 8 or 11 year old know about his/her sexuality given they have not even entered puberty and become fully man or woman? Many of these students just want to be liked...
What does art have to do with LGBTQ activism? For example, the Oregon Arts Commission(OAC), established in 1967 to foster the arts in Oregon and ensure their excellence, has 9 Commissioners, appointed by the Governor to determine policies, establish long-range plans, and review applications to grants programs to determine funding levels. Funding for the Commission and its programs is provided by the state of Oregon, the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, which believes a great nation deserves great art and with a cultural partner grant from the Oregon Cultural Trust. The Portland Art Museum is a major annual beneficiary of multiple OAC grants.
These government bureaus are taxpayer funded. It is offensive to families who depend on the services educational institutions should provide.
Visit Obscenity in Schools to learn why obscene materials can be legally shown to minors.
Watch this video of a Drag Queen performance at a similar all day event for teens at a Renton, Washington library, paid by you, the taxpayer.
Middle school is considered appropriate for Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Clubs, perfect for learning all about the gay lifestyle.
Drag Queen Teen Workshops
Drag Queen Storytimes
Watch this video by @desmondisamazing