The president of the nation’s largest teachers’ union joined a man who identifies as a woman in teaching transgender ideology to an Arlington, Virginia, kindergarten class last week, Dr. Susan Berry at Breitbart reports.
Lily Eskelsen García, president of the National Education Association (NEA), joined with Sarah McBride, a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), in reading the books I Am Jazz and Julián Is a Mermaid to young children at Ashlawn Elementary School.
“I have a girl brain but a boy body,” McBride read from I Am Jazz, the Washington Post reported. “This is called transgender. I was born this way.”
“Because society, people around them told them that was the case,” McBride continued. “It took me getting a little bit older to be able to say that in my heart and in my mind, I knew I was really a girl.”
McBride asked the young children, “Can some girls have short hair? And can some boys have long hair?”
“Anyone can be anything,” said one little girl in response to McBride.
According to the report, McBride “came out as transgender” after ending a term as American University’s student body president. He said he wanted to advocate for tolerance on a national day of reading led by the NEA.
McBride, a spokeswoman for the Human Rights Campaign, who drew national attention when she came out as transgender the day after her term as American University’s student body president ended, wanted to relay a message of tolerance on a national day of reading led by the country’s largest teachers union.
— NEA (@NEAToday) March 3, 2019
“No one’s ever too young to learn to be nice.” — @HRC‘s @SarahEMcBride. @HRC Foundation and @NEAToday‘s #JazzAndFriends readings brought communities across the country together to show support for transgender and non-binary youth.
"No one’s ever too young to learn to be nice." — @HRC's @SarahEMcBride. @HRC Foundation and @NEAToday's #JazzAndFriends readings brought communities across the country together to show support for transgender and non-binary youth. https://t.co/w78LGoqfLj
— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) March 3, 2019
Indoctrination definition, the act of indoctrinating, or teaching or inculcating a doctrine, principle, or ideology, especially one with a specific point of view.
The first five years are especially crucial for physical, intellectual, and social-emotional development.
To state it plainly, indoctrination means to heavily influence someone into believing a particular set of ideas, whether they are political, cultural, or religious. Most often, this is done when the individual is particularly young, when he or she lack the ability to reasonably conclude whether or not a statement is true.
Children are typically open to believing almost anything told to them, without question. During early childhood, children are most receptive which is why education is most important during this period of time. Learning comes faster, the memory is crisp, and children are generally open and willing to accept new information without inhibition. The age of reason is typically considered to be around 6 or 7, when the child begins to have the capabilities to weigh options and reach conclusions.
Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.
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