Why would the Chicago Public School (CPS) system be so presumptuous as to start teaching Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transsexual Sex-Ed to all its students, even five year old kindergarteners? Aside from pure hubris, satisfying Gay political groups is a good guess; but the simple answer is because they can. The Chicago’s public schools are more than 85% black or Latino and just 8.8% white. A combined 87% of black and Hispanic Chicagoans live in poverty, so they are as dependent upon white liberals as house pets are to their owners.
If these numbers were reversed, the White ruling class in Chicago wouldn’t dare force this plan on its students; yet because they own Chicago’s minorities, they can treat them like house pets. It makes no difference what the conditions of the schools in Chicago are, or that they don’t teach their students basic skills. The White liberal ruling class tells its subjects where to live, what schools to attend, what will be taught, which stores they are allowed to shop in, and on and on.
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Now Chicago’s White ruling class has decided bowing to Gay groups is more important than the innocence of its five year olds. There seems to have been no public hearings on this policy. There were no parents’ statements entered into the record about the plan. There was no discussion of how 5 year old kindergarten children would be affected by having their innocence wrenched away. Nobody asked how a child being taught the differences between normal sexuality and homosexuality was supposed to continue to believe in Santa Claus or the doctrines of his or her family religion. None of Chicago’s subjects was given a chance to ask CPS administrators if they were concerned about having teachers instruct grade school children about “Kama Sutra” positions. Was anyone concerned that homosexual teachers presenting LGBT material to five year olds is an ugly intrusion of the rights of parents?
Of course, the CPS uses the standard liberal excuse that the plan includes an “Opt out clause.” What about an affirmative “Opt in” clause? Oh, that might draw too little interest and force teachers to actually attempt to teach.
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