February 5, 2021


Beware the Transgender Agenda in Your Child’s School and Local Library!


Be aware of what is going on in your child’s school — even during these times of online classes, zoom meetings, etc.  That will not stop schools which are determined to partner with those groups which have a goal of causing confusion among children!  However, schools may not be the only place that is being used to reach that end goal.

The national LGBTQ lobby group, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and its “Welcoming Schools Program” along with co-sponsors The National Education Association (NEA) and the American Association of School Librarians have declared February 25, 2021 the “Jazz & Friends National Day of School & Community Readings.”  HRC’s  event is in “support of transgender and non-binary youth.”  They are encouraging participants to “Organize a private or public reading at your home, local library, bookstore, place of worship or community center.

This event is showcasing three books – I am Jazz, My Rainbow and When Aidan Became a Brother. 

I am Jazz — “Based on the real-life experiences of television personality and LGBTQ rights activist Jazz Jennings, the book tells the story of a young trans girl named Jazz who’s known she’s a girl from the age of 2. Although her family is initially confused by this, they later come to understand what Jazz is experiencing with the help of a doctor.”

My Rainbow — “A dedicated mom puts love into action as she creates the perfect rainbow-colored wig for her transgender daughter, based on the real-life experience of mother-daughter advocate duo Trinity and DeShanna Neal.”

When Aidan Became a Brother — “Aidan is a trans boy who, through loving and supportive parents, is able to live his life as he was always meant to live it. After discovering that his mother is now pregnant, Aidan must learn what it means to be a big brother to his new sibling.”  (NOTE:  a trans boy is a girl who thinks she is a boy)

To get the idea of how susceptible kids are to this propaganda watch these 2020 readings by HRC President Alphonso David and NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia.

 You can’t judge a book by its cover is so very true today!   But you also cannot always judge a book by its title either.  Parents must be careful when their children are at school or participating in programs at the local library.  Do NOT assume this is just a ‘big city’ problem because it’s not.  LGBTQ activists are working overtime to target children – to convince children that ‘gay is okay’ and/or a girl can be born in a boy’s body and vice versa.  In these corrupt days, we must keep an ever watchful eye upon our children and grandchildren.

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