BURLINGAME, California (LifeSiteNews) — Documents recently leaked to The Washington Examiner give a disturbing look into the public education system’s strategies for indoctrinating young children into radical gender ideology.
Washington Examiner commentator Christopher Tremoglie provided snapshots of the leaked documents in an exclusive March 30 article, explaining that the pages are part of a packet which had been distributed by the California Teachers Association during an LGBTQ+ Issues Conference.
The documents provide educators with a framework in which to establish “GSA” [Gay-Straight Alliance] clubs in elementary, middle, and high schools.
“The packet acts as an instructional guide on propagandizing students with gay and transgender information,” Tremoglie said, opining that “[o]ne of the most disturbing parts” of the packet “is the recommendation for these clubs in elementary schools, where children are 10 years old or younger.”
Teachers following the packets are guided to encourage students to keep secrets about the information communicated in the club, with a sample ground rule stating, “What is said here, stays here.”
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“Another concerning section focuses on teachers proactively recruiting students to be leaders of these clubs,” Tremoglie continued. “It provides a section for teachers to list the names of the students they think would be interested.”
The packet goes on to list several sample mission statements for new GSA clubs, including one statement describing a club called “The Rainbow Gems” aimed at “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and straight” middle school students.
Suggested resources include use of the “Gender Unicorn,” an animated character designed to teach children that gender is fluid and one’s sexual identity may be different than their biological reality.
Another recommended resource is the First Person YouTube channel, which provides 52 videos including: “Drag as a Tool for Self-Advocacy,” “Queer Black Cosplay,” “Growing Up Intersex,” “Coming out GAY to my 5 year old brother,” and the animated music video “Everyone is Gay.”
In one suggested activity included in the packet, teachers are directed to ask students their Kinsey Scale rating.
“For those unfamiliar, this is a tool used to determine one’s level of homosexuality,” Tremoglie pointed out, noting that the resource is frequently referred to as the “Am I gay? Test.”
Named after Alfred Kinsey, founder of the Kinsey Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University who is widely considered to be the “father of the sexual revolution,” the quiz asks test-takers to describe their “sexual fantasies,” and state whether males, females, both, or none are “attractive” to them, among other problematic questions.
“It’s a completely inappropriate activity for teachers to do with students, regardless of age,” Tremoglie remarked.
The California Teachers Association did not immediately respond to LifeSite’s request for comment.