Kindergarteners, first and second-graders taught they can be “trans” and “non-binary”

Source: Kelen McBreen

Students attending the Austin Independent School District (AISD) in the capital city of Texas are engaging in “Pride Week”.

Footage shows students carrying rainbow flag signs as if they were part of an LGBT protest.

Some students seen in the footage are not carrying anything, making it seem as if they were forced to take part in the march.

Students at Doss Elementary in Austin were filmed in a video originally posted to Twitter by the school’s assistant principal.

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The school district brags about the Pride Week events on Twitter, calling it “a time to highlight the district’s commitment to creating a safe, supportive, inclusive environment.”

Doss Elementary Assistant Principal Hanna Wankel tweeted an image of the Pride pack AISD sent her for the celebratory week.

Documents instructing teachers on how to run “community circles” during Pride Week direct them to tell the kids, “What we say in this room stays in this room.”

“Please remember that we agreed to keep what happened in this circle confidential,” the school sheet states.

According to Texas law, parents are rightfully entitled to “full information regarding school activities of a parent’s child.”

Additionally, for school employees “to encourage or coerce a child to withhold information from the child’s parent is grounds for discipline.”

Infowars and the Washington Examiner both reached out to the school district for a comment on the “community circles” and received the same response.

The district explained, “Community circles are confidential in the sense that makes students feel trusted and respected for their privacy when sharing in the conversations –– it does not mean don’t tell your parents.”

“Every parent has the right to opt-out of these activities,” the district response added. “Circles are part of Social Emotional Learning and are used for a variety of speaking topics such as test anxiety, world events, internal conflict resolution, and social justice. The conversation template allows for a process and gives everyone an optional opportunity to speak. Everyone, not just parents, has access to the materials ahead of time.”

Throughout the week, schools in the district will be given an “inspiration guide of suggested activities for PRIDE Week” along with “Pride Swag” stickers, posters, flags, “pronoun buttons,” and other goodies.

Children as young as six will be taught about “Gender Stereotypes” where they will learn “Some people aren’t boys or girls, they’re just people.”

Kindergarteners, first and second-graders will be told they can be “trans” and “non-binary”, and what those terms mean.

One activity promoted by the school district is the creation of a group advocating “homomarxism,” “no more Pledge of Allegiance in school,” “no more [School Resource Officers],” “tampons and condoms available in school nurse’s office,” and allowing boys into girls’ locker rooms and bathrooms.

For the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic, the district will be sending kids to participate in the Austin Pride Parade this year where they will be subjected to extreme sexual imagery.

AISD Short: 2018 Pride Parade from AISD.TV – Austin ISD on Vimeo.

The liberal-run city of Austin is being used by the establishment to destroy Texas from within.