The Los Angeles Unified School District’s Office of Human Relations, Equity, and Diversity hosted a 10-week online club for LGBTQ elementary school students, according to a Wednesday report from the Federalist.
The group — dubbed the “Rainbow Club” — promoted “two-spirit” sexuality and taught the intricate details of gender reassignment surgery.
The group hosted online meetings over a period of 10 weeks.
According to the report, the virtual club was geared toward “LGBTQ+ elementary school students, their friends, and their grown-ups.”
The outlet reported that the District Office of Human Relations, Equity, and Diversity created a variety of “short, student-facing Push & Play lessons for educators to utilize in their advisory classes.”
“Several of these presentations pushed leftwing gender theory, including one that even informed students of the ‘two-spirit’ Native American sexuality, which has allegedly ‘survived centuries of colonial violence and prejudice,'” the outlet added.
One such production featured a host who complained about European colonizers’ effects on Native Americans after they “imposed homophobia, rigid binary gender roles, and misogyny” — which the host suggested were a byproduct of the Christian faith.
Another production titled “Queering Culture” discussed drag queen history, and a lesson titled “LGBT Etiquette” taught students to practice introducing themselves with their preferred personal pronouns such as “he/him,” “she/her,” “they/them,” and more. One of the speakers in the video also described the fact that there are only two sexes as the product of a “mob mentality.”
The club also provided a handbook of definitions for its students, including various LGBTQ-themed terminology such as “top surgery” — the “surgical removal of healthy breasts” for gender transitions — and “down low,” a term that means “men who identify as straight but who secretly have sex with men.”
This is an excerpt from TheBlaze.