What Is Actually Inside Florida's Don't Say Gay Bill, Ryan Field Books

 What Is Actually Inside Florida’s Don’t Say Gay Bill

I’ve posted a lot about how people feel over this “don’t say gay” bill in Florida, but I don’t think I’ve linked to anything specific that defines the law in simple terms. And that’s partly because there are no simple terms. It’s a confusing bill. So I found this article and I figured I would share.

First, it’s called the Parental Rights In Education Bill. That’s the actual name. 

Two, it states that classroom instructions with regard to gender identity and sexual orientation cannot be taught in kindergarten to 3rd grade. But who would teach about sex at that young age? A moron? You would teach more about gay culture and identity, not actual sex. 

Three, nothing in Florida is really clear with regard to state standards and what’s age-appropriate. And Florida is going to have to update its standards. This is where the complications begin. 

 LGBTQ advocacy organizations say these bills are reminiscent of the “no promo homo” laws of the 1990s that barred educators from discussing LGBTQ topics in school classrooms.

Here’s more. To me, it sounds like a bill that’s been contrived to satisfy the most conservative MAGA bases. Those MAGA people are the ones who despise anyone LGBTQIA. What’s even worse is that they are usually too stupid to understand things like Transgender. 

This is the weird part. Some who support this bill are now saying this bill won’t stop people from talking casually about LGBTQIA topics in schools. But that doesn’t make sense. 

I’m sure there will be more to come. But read this article above because it’s simple and it explains everything. 







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