LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP – Elementary School “Inclusiveness Training” Needs 15 Letter Acronym to Cover Everyone!
LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP. No, I didn’t fall asleep on my keyboard.
Our liberal friends to the north, led by the epitome of radical progressiveness, Justin Trudeau, are moving more and more to the left. And now, they are bringing it to their elementary schools. These 15 letters encompass what children in Canada will be taught in the name of tolerance.
Elementary students haven’t even hit puberty yet and for some reason the left is bound and determined to make sure they understand all of their options when it comes to sexual behaviors.
It is sick and disgusting and has no place in school. Every one of those letters stands for a group of people defined solely by their sexual behaviors or identity. How is this appropriate for elementary kids?
This right here is a great case for charter and private school options that give parents the right to choose a school that more closely aligns with their beliefs and educational priorities. Unfortunately, for many, there is no choice to be made. Your school is often determined by where you live. Parents need to be vigilant to see what their children are learning and take action when necessary.
“This past June, the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) held an “Inclusiveness Training” workshop to help teachers, “become more familiar with current language, sensitive to current issues, and to share best practices in supporting our LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP peers and students.”
Now, what is LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP, you ask?
That stands for: Lesbian, Gay, Genderqueer, Bisexual, Demisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Twospirit, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, Asexual, Allies, Pansexual, Polyamorus
You read that correctly. A 15 letter acronym.
The workshop bulletin, as shared by Louder With Crowder, claims that even though less than 1 percent of ETFO members admit to being part of this massive acronym, surveys that suggest as much as half the public is secretly LGBT to some extent.
And ETFO is concerned about “reducing staff anxiety and stress” that apparently comes with being part of the LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP community.
One of the surveys ETFO relies on appears to utilize the highly questionable Kinsey scale.
The 2015 survey, conducted in the UK, showed that sexual ambiguity was much higher among younger participants. For example, 43% of people between 18 and 24 years old considered themselves somewhere between heterosexual and homosexual, while only 7% participants 60 years and older responded the same way. There is quite a bit to criticize about Kinsey’s methodology to give surveys like this any true credence.
But when you have an agenda, science doesn’t matter. It is also important to note ETFO recommends children’s books like “Daddy’s Roommate” and “My Princess Boy” for grade school reading.”
Yes, this is in Canada. However, it is clear that America is following closely behind. Liberal extremism and schools often attract left-wing teachers who feel it is their duty to pass their beliefs on to our kids. Forget reading, writing and arithmetic. Those subjects seem to have taken a backseat to more pressing concerns of indoctrination of liberal ideals.
If your children go to public school, I urge you to be involved, ask questions and speak up if you find your children are being taught ideas that contrast what you teach at home. For now, the parents are the final authority of their children. However, even that seems to be slipping away. We need to closely monitor everything our children are told and be vigilant in our defense of our own ideals.
This school in Canada needs 15 letters to include everyone, and yet not one stands for the vast majority of people – normal heterosexuals. I can’t help but wonder what letter they will add next time. I’m thinking the rainbow is going to need a few more colors.