CDC instructing school officials to be LGBT activists

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

The U.S. government is asking educators to measure their commitment to the leftist ideologies of the LGBT movement and is offering ways to help them make sure they are better “allies” to the radicals pushing for students to be sexually disoriented.

It is the Centers for Disease Control that posted online its LGBTQ “Inclusivity in Schools: A Self-Assessment Tool.”

A report at Breitbart on actions by the federal agency, which has supported the “gay” agenda dating back to its years making statements regarding AIDS, said the “assessment tool” “asks leading questions about school personnel and their faithfulness to queer theory, including encouraging sexual education teachers to have gender neutral anatomy…”

The CDC, which lost much of the credibility normally given a government office through its wildly disparate statements during the COVID pandemic, is, through the publication, pushing “advocacy, membership in a school’s ‘Gay/Straight Alliance,’ the social transitioning of children including the use of facilities of the opposite sex, and decorating classrooms with LGBT propaganda,” Breitbart reported.

“The CDC’s imprimatur on this ‘self-assessment tool’ — and the inclusion of numerous links to resources and activist organizations — amounts to little more than bullying teachers, administrators, and school health professionals who might have reservations about ‘affirmation’ and ‘inclusion’ efforts in schools,” explained Nicole Neily in an interview with Breitbart.

She’s the founder of Parents Defending Education.

“It is troubling that during a global pandemic, this is where the CDC’s efforts were focused,” she said.

The document itself admits it has assembled “resources” that are “to help schools enhance LGBTQ inclusive policies, programs, and practices.”

It condemns those who are not, by its standards, up to speed on promoting LGBT activism, and grades them “Mostly Cs,” or “Commit to Changes.”

“You are not yet well prepared to provide inclusive and supportive environments for LGBTQ students,” it warns.

For those who are slightly more committed, “Beginning to Break Through,” it threatens, “You still have room to grow.”

Those who are at the pinnacle, those who are qualified as an “Awesome Ally,” are described as “Doing great work.”

Breitbart noted that while the CDC says the assessment isn’t mandatory, it appears that any school administrator could, in fact, require it of employees.

And the tool adopts the perspective of “left-wing” ideologues, that is, that to be a “true activist,” the work is “perpetual.”

It advocates the use of “preferred pronouns” and “chosen names” for students, but Breitbart noted that’s not necessarily a good thing.

“This social transitioning has recently been found to be much more dangerous than doctors have been saying, with a study finding that such actions actually ‘perpetuate’ gender dysphoria in children, with several European countries sounding the alarm on the practice,” the report said.

In fact, most students with gender dysphoria grow out of it and settle to a comfort level in the sex they were born with if they are not prodded by activists to be other than themselves.

There are some separate sections for educators and administrators.

“The assessment for educators encourages teachers to have propaganda in their classroom that ‘includes visual labels (e.g. rainbow flags, pink triangles, unisex bathroom signs) marking it as a safe space for LGBTQ students,'” Breitbart reported.

The CDC tells educators and others, “All the tips and resources are designed to build on each other, help move you along a continuum of inclusivity, and encourage continual growth and action toward safe, inclusive school environments, policies, programs, and practices that support LGBTQ students.”

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