By Lucélia Ribeiro - Children at school, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=48164029

The California Department of Education is now recommending books promoting transgenderism for children in Kindergarten.

As Fox News reports:


The California Department of Education’s recommended reading list promotes books for kindergartners about students transitioning, and for high schoolers about students kneeling during the national anthem.

The recommended reading list is housed in the “curriculum and instruction resources” section of the  California Department of Education’s website, suggesting dozens of books for each age group.

“Call me Max,” a book listed as being appropriate for grades K-2, is about a student who “lets his teacher know that he wants to be called by a boy’s name.”

It also describes Max deciding which bathroom to use. “When I went to the store with my dad, I went to the bathroom with him. When I went to the store with my mom, I went to the bathroom with her. But at school, I had to pick which bathroom to use,” the book read.

The department also promotes pro-trans books targeting middle and high schoolers as well.




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Azbill17
Azbill17
1 month ago

The people that promote this crap need to be fired and charged with child abuse and endangerment

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson
1 month ago

Transgenderism is mental illness. Public schools have zero right to teach our children about small groups of mentally ill people like transgenders, sociopaths, psychopaths, schizophrenics, anorexics, phobics, etc. Teach reading, spelling, math, history, but lay off teaching about mental illness and sex.

Thomas Jordan
Thomas Jordan
1 month ago

Sick