Originally published by The Washington Times
By Sean Salai – Friday, March 4, 2022
Florida teenagers have staged a statewide walkout from their classrooms to protest the state’s proposed parental bill of rights, which would forbid teachers from discussing gender identity and sexual orientation in elementary schools.
High school students in Tampa, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Orlando and other cities marched this week waving rainbow flags and chanting “We say gay!” — a reference to the “Don’t Say Gay” nickname that critics have given to the legislation.
Adam Guillette, president of the conservative media watchdog Accuracy in Media, said the walkout proves the case of parents who have lobbied lawmakers for bills that prevent public schools from making their children aware of sexual issues at younger ages than they wish.
“When your education system is focused more on indoctrination than on education, it’s no surprise that they put out wave after wave of progressive activists,” Mr. Guillette said Friday.
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