I love fiction! When a friend introduced me to the Chronicles of Narnia, I purchased and read the whole series. It was the same with The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. The books were awesome, and then came the movies. The special effects were like eye candy and seemed to get better with each new release! Good fiction can be a wonderful thing because, as a friend of mine says, reality can be painful, and periodically we need an escape from it. But as real as fiction may appear, it is just that, fiction, and the same is true about the Genderbread Person.
Gender Identity and Gender Confusion is trending throughout our public schools in health and sex-ed curriculums at an alarming rate. The science says that in humans, the presence of the Y chromosome is responsible for triggering male development; in the absence of the Y chromosome, the fetus will undergo female development. Every cell, therefore, in your body thus declares you male or female! As cute and loveable as the Genderbread Person may appear, he is a fictional character. “Follow the science” has been the mantra with COVID; however, public schools ignore the science when it comes to gender identity.
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I recently found the Genderbread Person in a 6th grade lesson plan on the website of a local middle school. For my search, I went to 6th grade curriculum/health/gender identity and found links to three lesson plans for teachers to use. Here they are, and I suggest you check them out if you are a parent:
My newsletter two weeks ago pointed out that House Bill 7166 would teach children in Grades 6-12 how to “have sex.” The sex-ed lessons presently trending in schools would teach them to “question” their sex, whether they are male or female, and that is pure fantasy. The rights of parents to bring their children up according to their own moral and ethical convictions is slowly being undermined using school curricula.
Did you know that in Rhode Island a minor child can change their name and gender on school records without a parent’s knowledge? They can even receive counseling that would affirm their choice if the teacher and guidance counselor think their decision will not be accepted at home.
Please contact your legislators and tell them to vote NO on H 7166 and pleasure-based sex-ed curriculums. It only takes a minute on our Action Center.
For Faith and Family in Rhode Island,
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island