Researcher says early grades ‘best time’ to introduce woke LGBTQ+ ‘gender equality and social justice’

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A researcher named Kelly Ske exposed a Zoom presentation entitled “Future of Sex Education” on Twitter which asserts the best time to teach topics such as gender identity is in the early grades “before heteronormative & cisnormative values & assumptions become more deeply ingrained & less mutable.”

The contention is that it is better to get to very young students early so they can be properly schooled in gender identity and the acceptance of social justice in connection to the LGBTQ+ community.

“FoSE Thread: ‘…the most surprising piece was how much, um, evidence there is for sex education in elementary school. A lot of what goes on, um, in the elementary schools is done with not necessarily the label of sex education class so…that was…really, really gratifying,'” the researcher quoted the presentation, kicking off the thread.

“‘The other piece that was surprising…in a good way, was how much in general we found sex education going on outside of the health education classroom, even in middle and high school…in literature classes, in math classes, in social studies classes, in P.E. classes and art,'” Ske further quoted.

“‘The great piece about that is you know it enables there to be some flexibilty about where we can put in sex education lessons and it allows some of the strongest teachers who want to take on these topics to be able to do it who may not necessarily be health teachers per se,'” she added from the presentation.

“The Future of Sex Education wants Comprehensive Sexuality Ed (CSE) taught to all grades, in all states, and across most subjects, through a Social Justice Pedagogy using the lenses of Intersectionality, Language, Equity, etc,” the researcher remarked.

Then she got to the heart of the issue in the presentation, quoting, “‘Early grades may be the best time to introduce topics related to sexual orientation, gender identity & expression, gender equality & social justice related to LGBTQ+ community before heteronormative & cisnormative values & assumptions become more deeply ingrained & less mutable.'”

“The presentation discusses teaching CSE through a Lens of Language, ‘All language is constantly evolving; new terms are introduced, while others fade from use or change their meaning over time,’ by an image of an X by ‘he, him, his’ & ‘she, her, hers’ & a ✅ by ‘xe, xem, xyr,'” Ske explained.

“The National Sexuality Education Standards Core Content and Skills K-12 is what these groups are involved with, she asserted, adding a link to the Zoom presentation. “We need transparency in education.”

“The speaker’s correction mid-sentence speaks volumes, ‘Sex education is ‘most important’ can be strongest when it starts in elementary school.’ and to present CSE: ‘…before heteronormative and cisnormative values and assumptions become more deeply ingrained and less mutable,'” the researcher emphasized.

Parents and others lit up social media over the gender identity push to young students and were grateful to the researcher for exposing it:


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