Fla. bill that bans gay grooming of K-3rd grade kids is headed to governor

Rep. Joe Harding

Gay heads are exploding both in Florida and nationwide as that state moves closer to officially outlawing the peddling of homosexuality to the littlest kids in school.

Florida’s House and Senate have both passed the legislation dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay Bill,” which bans discussion of sexual orientation and “gender identity” in kindergarten through third grade.

It seems like a no-brainer to keep homosexual activism out of children’s education, but criticism from Democrats as well as some students is shrill. That students are engaging in organized walk outs and protests shows what LGBTQ educators have already accomplished in sexualizing and mainstreaming gay culture.

The proposal is now on the desk of Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is expected to sign it into law, reports DailyMail.com.

Having voiced concerns that “coming out” as gay was becoming “a trend” for children, Rep. Joe Harding sponsored the bill. He and other GOP lawmakers in Florida have insisted that sexual education of this kind is up to parents and not teachers whose values a family might not share.

The Democrat figurehead occupying the White House who appears in numerous videos getting overtly touchy with very young children, has also weighed in. Joe Biden has called the Florida bill “dangerous,” “deeply bigoted” and “hateful.”

The law is set to go into effect July 1.

Carlos G. Smith, Florida’s first LGBTQ Latino legislator, said the bill “sends a terrible message to our youth that there is something wrong with LGBTQ people” being able to recruit and groom young children.


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