LA Elem. Schools Force 5-Year-Olds to Celebrate ‘National Coming Out Day’

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(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Elementary school students as young as five from Los Angeles were scheduled to participate in a weeklong celebration of “National Coming Out Day” that will start on Oct. 9, 2023, and will end on Oct. 13, 2023.

Among the “celebrations” were an “Identity Map” activity that is aimed at teaching “students to think critically about identity and intersectionality,” the Daily Mail reported.

The Los Angeles Unified School District’s [LAUSD] Board of Education sent a “Week of Action Toolkit – Elementary” to elementary school teachers in the district, with the toolkit outlining lesson plans that the district deems appropriate for elementary-aged students regarding LGBT topics.

The contrast between the state of Florida and the city of Los Angeles is evident since the former banned LGBT indoctrination in schools, including some books on the subject.

Each day throughout the week has an assigned celebrity who aligns with the LGBT group, according to the Mail.

For example, Monday is Jazz Jennings Day, named after the notable “transgender” activist.

The kindergarteners were also recommended by LAUSD to engage in “Which Outfit” and “Which Hairdo” activities on the same day.

Wednesday was dedicated to the “celebration” of “Elliot” Page, the “transgender” actress who is best known for her roles in the movie “Juno” and Netflix show “The Umbrella Academy.”

Additionally, third-graders were scheduled on the same day to take part in an “I Am Me” activity that included guessing the “gender” of Willow Smith, the daughter of Will Smith.

Friday was devoted to the “first openly gay active NFL player,” Carl Nassib Day. After “celebrating” that, kindergarteners would be encouraged to “Take a Pledge to Be An Ally!”

“Use kind language when talking about all teachers, staff, classmates and their
families even if they are different from themselves. Be an Upstander by sticking up for others, if safe to do so, otherwise they will ask a grown-up for help. Encourage and teach others to be allies,” the pledge stated.

The toolkit additionally indicated that the teachers can adapt the provided materials “to meet the unique needs of [their] students.”

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