New Pre-School Curriculum Will Teach Kids To Break The Gender Binary

See one school's pre-school curriculum that teaches toddlers all about gender identity and sexual preference.

By Rick Gonzales | Published

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It has been said ad nauseam that the teachings of gender identity to the youngest of young in public schools are non-existent. School superintendents deny it, schools districts deny it, and teachers themselves deny it, regardless of proof being brought forward, to the point where teachers have posted on social media just how they go about hiding the fact they are teaching it. If you don’t believe it, take a look at the pre-school curriculum recently uncovered.

This pre-school curriculum was uncovered by Christopher Rufo, the conservative activist and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Rufo is also a major contributor to the Manhattan Institute’s magazine, the City Journal, and it is here that he presents his findings. More proof of something that isn’t going on in public schools.

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The pre-school curriculum comes by way of the Evanston-Skokie School District 65 located in Evanston, Illinois, which is a hop, skip, and jump from the Windy City of Chicago. It was also part of the areas LGBTQ+ Equity Week, which school administrators adopted last school year. The pre-school curriculum doesn’t waste any time jumping right into it by introducing the youngest to gender identity and sexual orientation with a series of lessons.

Teachers are instructed to begin their lessons by introducing the young ones to the rainbow flag. Students are told that each color of the flag has a special meaning. The pre-school curriculum also says that teachers are to present the transgender flag to the kids.

The pre-school curriculum tells the teachers what vocabulary they are to include in their teaching. These words include flag, gay, lesbian, non-binary, queer, and community. The lesson plan also explains what teachings materials are to be used for the pre-K kids. One of the notable pieces of material is the book Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag.

Per the pre-school curriculum, teachers are to explain to the students what a flag is, first by asking them if they know what one is, and if so, to describe one. The teacher then introduces the kids to the transgender flag. After listening to a portion of the Harvey Milk Story, the teacher moves on further into the pre-school curriculum.

The pre-school curriculum then calls for the teachers to discuss the basic concepts surrounding gender identity. They are told to explain that sometimes “boys can love boys, girls can love girls, people can love people.” The lesson goes on to say to teach that “When a boy loves another boy they can be called gay and when a girl loves another girl they can be called a lesbian or Lesbians. When a boy loves a girl they are called straight. When someone is not a boy or a girl, maybe they feel both, they are non-binary or queer.”

Per the pre-school curriculum, the teacher goes back to focus on the transgender flag. They explain to the students that this flag “represents gay people, lesbians, and other people in their community.” Students are now given a project and that is to create their own rainbow flags. They are told that during the week, they will be dressing in rainbow colors and get together and draw their own flags. The flags they create are meant to show how the children feel represented.

Is this further proof? Are these things that need to be introduced and discussed at this age level? How appropriate is this pre-school curriculum?