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Columbia County parent sues over alleged reference to LGBTQ in children’s book
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Many will not comment thinking they will get backlash. Please let kids be kids , especially in school, they have enough thrown at them from the outside world.
Good for her. I can’t wait to watch where this goes.
Good for her!
Here’s another “good for her.” I remember that, way back in the day, my third grade class was reading a farm story. I read the story the night before, as instructed, and came upon the phrase, “the cow’s teat” whereupon I asked my mom what that meant. I was quite shaken that this would be in my “reader”. As luck would have it, I was called to read OUT LOUD the paragraph in which “the cow’s teat” phrase was printed. I was mortified and froze when i reached said phrase, just staring at my reader. The teacher read it for me and I moved on to the next sentence. Believe me, in my 12 years of public education I would have never been able to accept “men kissing” or any of that LGBTQ stuff. For pity’s sake (and the children’s) this needs to stop right now!
Absolutely, good for her. I hope she sues the pants off of them! No punn intended.
More parents need to file lawsuits against the crap they are feeding students. High school graduates can’t read, write, do math, find their home on a map, or identify the combatants in our war for independence, but they really treasure diversity, emotions, and feelings.
Wow. You parents are terrified of a student reading about two men kissing. The horror.
And Sandy, come on. You couldn’t make one phone call to get the reaction of a First Amendment expert?
Georgia ACLU: 770-303-8111.