No, this is not the latest System of a Down song. Ontario schools are getting serious about so-called gender identity by promoting “LGGBDTTTIQQAAP” inclusivity training.
A bulletin posted on Steven Crowder's Louder With Crowder website states:
“Our goal is to become more familiar with current language, sensitive to current issues and to share the best practices in supporting our LGGBDTTTIQQAAP peers and students.”
The fifteen letter acronym includes bizarre terms such as “demisexual”, “twospirit”, “questioning” and even “polyamorous.”
Because students are apparently expected to be polyamorous.
The meeting took place awhile ago, on June 6 at 603 Palace Street in Whitby. Those looking to attend were instructed to contact Andres Musta, Durham region's GSA chair.
Durham's ETFO website even states, “Durham ETFO has a SPECTACULAR lending library with a variety of resources to help K-8 teachers discuss LGBTQ families, discrimination, and related topics with their students. Best seen in person at 603 Palace Street.”
Whatever happened to just teaching Kindergartners the alphabet? Instead they learn their “LGGBDTTTIQQAAPs.”
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