In many schools April 27th is the Gay Day of Silence, a GLSEN-inspired day of action when students (and some teachers) remain silent to normalize homosexuality, bisexuality and transgenderism. The message is that some people are born gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender and it’s okay. The dangers of engaging in those lifestyles are never discussed, nor is the fact that thousands have left homosexuality and there is a growing “de-transitioning” movement. Is your child’s school allowing silence during instructional time on the Day of Silence?
The National Education Association just finished its annual conference and, if anything, its radical agenda was even further exposed! From supporting all things LGBT to sanctuary cities, it does not represent mainstream America, but it has substantial influence over our public education system and our kids!
Friday, April 21st is the homosexual Day of Silence – a day the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network has set aside to further normalize homosexuality and transgenderism in our nation’s public schools. Will your child’s school permit students and/or teachers to refuse to speak during instructional time?