This repulsive story comes to us from Washington state. It is also centered around their “Equity, Diversity & Inclusion” education/book collection. Sick right? Notice the teachers says the book is available in the school library. What’s this have to do with LCPS? Well, chance are that if you went to your kids elementary school’s library you may not find this book or others like it. You may also be under the impression, like most normal people, that each school has only one library. That’s not the case in LCPS.
What LCPS has done, and many other school districts as well, is expanded their “library” into every classroom in every school. The difference is, kids are not able to “check out” or remove “library books” from the classroom “library”, they stay within the classroom for teachers to read to students OR to allow students to read these books on their own. Look at this as a bait and switch. The bait is most normal people think schools have just one library, the switch is having an off-the-radar “classroom library” in every classroom. By the way, transgendered books like this one are spread throughout the entire LCPS school district, yes including elementary schools. In 2019/2020, LCPS spent close to $2M on new “library books”. Remember, while LCPS continues to deny they are teaching Critical Race Theory, they are quite clear that they ARE teaching “equity, diversity, and inclusion”.
A massive scandal is brewing in the Bellingham School District in Washington, where a first-grade teacher recently read a book about transgenderism to her first grade class.
The uproar about the book lead parents to contact the school board — and the revelation that the school board president owns an “all ages” sex toy shop.
The teacher, Jennifer Miller, read the book I am Jazz to her class. The story was written by Jazz Jennings, who was on a reality show as a transgender child. It is about a two-year-old biological male transitioning to female, with the support of his parents.
When a concerned parent emailed the teacher to ask about the book, the teacher sent back a bunch of woke nonsense about inclusion. The email was obtained by the Young America’s Foundation.
“Yes, I did read this book,” Miller replied. “As a district we are working hard to support all members of our school community and promote inclusion through understanding and compassion.”
Parents began to reach out to the school board who refused to take any action.
An investigation by the Young America’s Foundation found that Jennifer Mason, president of the Bellingham School Board, owns and operates a self-described “all-ages” sex toy shop.
“I want to show people if sex isn’t something to be ashamed about, then I should be able to be an elected official and own a sex shop at the same time,” Mason told her local paper. “That’s what it means to live your values.”