“Only the children who agree to talk about sex with us will be fed.”
That is essentially the message of the federal government under the control of Democrats and the uncomfortably child-friendly Joe Biden.
It sounds like a psycho-horror movie, but it is the reality of American public schools in 2022. Private schools are affected as well.
More and more politicians are pointing out the creepiness of making schools embrace the whole concept of “gender identity” – in which children are allowed to dictate what restrooms and locker rooms they use and on which gender sports teams they play – in order to receive funding for school lunches.
Embracing “gender identity” of course forces kids to discuss their sexuality with school staffers and officials, putting these previously private matters front and center instead of inside of a family.
South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem is the latest to speak out, affirming to FOX News that a new requirement from the USDA will tie federal school lunch funding to accepting the Biden administration’s interpretation of Title IX, which prohibits sex-based discrimination.
Noem’s state has the “strongest” legal protections against biological men competing in women’s sports, she told “Life, Liberty & Levin” on July 31, going on to discuss how Biden is trying to punish her state if it does not bow down to his view of Title IX.
“This White House has threatened to take away all of our school lunch resources for poor and underprivileged kids if we don’t comply with their mandates,” she said.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has been waging a high-profile battle against sexualization of children in schools under the “gay pride” flag and said Biden is “off his rocker” for pursuing the school-lunch tactic.
The controversy threatens to tie the entire culture of homosexual “pride” and rights to pedophilia and child-grooming.
“So it’s interesting to me that not only have they hurt my timber contracts to crush my lumber industry, not only have they mandated certain activities on their federal lands, such as National Parks and Bureau of Land Management Practices. Not only are they coming forward with higher taxes and more spending… they’re willing to hurt children,” Noem said.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack of course touted the new arm-twisting policy, aimed at sexualizing all children in public schools. He said there must be “recogni[tion of] the vulnerability of the LGBTQI+ communities and provide them with an avenue to grieve any discrimination they face. We hope that by standing firm against these inequities we will help bring about much-needed change.”
Vilsack’s directive requires state schools seeking National School Lunch Program resources to view Title IX as inclusive of gender identity.