Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the Parental Rights in Education bill into law Monday, sparking a new wave of outrage from the usual suspects. We’re interested in what Jen Psaki will have to say after calling the bill hateful and horrific. President Joe Biden did pitch in, although his tweet was rather wishy-washy; he didn’t even mention the bill, only that his administration would continue to fight for LGBTQI+ children.

Sound like one more person who hasn’t read the bill.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown stepped up and shot a video to show how “horrified and outraged” she was to hear of the bill’s signing and pledged that Oregon would remain safe, inclusive, and welcoming (of Antifa).

Seattle’s Jason Rantz can confirm that they do say “gay” in Oregon:

Rantz writes:

The lesson plan also introduces “Jamie and Bubbie: A Book About People’s Pronouns (Jamie Is Jamie)” to students.

The book focuses on a woke child teaching a grandmother that you shouldn’t assume someone’s gender. Jamie is not presented with a gender. It is meant to introduce children “to the nonbinary experience, the use of gender-neutral pronouns, and how to respectfully use personal pronouns.” It even hopes children will “begin to explore their own feelings about gender identity.”

Though the book publisher says it’s meant for a second-grade reading level, the Edmonds School District uses it for students in the first grade. In a note to teachers, the publisher says the book “helps normalize the idea that gender identity is fluid.”

How does the legislation make schools “a less safe space,” unless you’re differentiating from the children’s home life, which isn’t a safe space and might introduce less accepting ideas?

Well, opponents of Florida’s law seem to think it’s important to get the gender identity conversation started in kindergarten to make schools a “safe space” for LGBTQ children.


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