Recently, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order that directed family services to investigate doctors and parents who are allowing their children to take hormone blockers or go under the knife for sex change. There has been evidence in recent years of how dangerous these drugs and procedures are.
In response to the move, the media decided to attack Abbott and label him as "anti-trans," adding that disallowing children to get these life-changing procedures can be considered child abuse. (Related: Mississippi mayor refuses to distribute funds to libraries that display LGBT books for kids.)
The same criticism is true for Florida where members of the media are criticizing what they billed as the "Don't Say Gay" law. This bill, titled Parental Rights in Education Bill, simply prohibits schools from discussing sexual orientation and gender identity from kindergarten to the third grade. The absolute hysteria from LGBT activists is also sinister, in that they feel the need to discuss such effects to children eight years old and younger.
However, the LGBT community claimed that this is an attack on children with gay family members and are LGBT members themselves. Even though the bill had nothing to do with "don't say gay," the media jumped on the overtly propagandist slogan with a lot of enthusiasm.
The bill actually only restricts discussing transgenderism and sexual orientation for eight-year-olds and younger. But the media adopted a political slogan coined by the LGBT movement and used it to describe the law rather than use the bill's actual name, which focused on parents and educators. (Related: Biden is going to SUE Texas to make sure children continue to be MAIMED and destroyed with LGBT surgeries and chemical castration.)
Abbott has long been talking about removing impropriety in schools. The government tapped the Texas Education Agency to investigate the availability of pornographic books in schools and allowed parents access to course materials.
The "Parental Bill of Rights" that Abbott is pushing for will simply call for potential prosecution of anyone supplying minors with inappropriate learning materials, such as if these teachers provide access to pornographic materials. However, critics of the bill focus on the fact that it disallows students to learn about gender, sexuality and race.
At the "March for Education" rally, advocates said the bills can stifle education. "Obviously, you know, we can't protest at every single school board in Texas that's enacting these policies, but we can make a big show at the Capitol to show our support for student's rights to an inclusive education and a full education," one member of the Voters of Tomorrow Texas said.
Clearing up the issue, Abbott said the bill will amend the Texas Constitution and will simply make parents the primary decision-makers involving their children. The bill stated: "Parental decisions cannot be overridden without the due process of law."
In Florida, there had been organized protests at schools.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said the phrase "Don't Say Gay," never actually appeared in the bill and the media is pushing false narratives.
The controversial portion of the bill actually reads: "Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards."
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Watch the video below to know more about what Abbott and DeSantis actually want to say about the "Don't Say Gay" bill that many are outraged about.
This video is from the NewsClips channel on Brighteon.com.