If you thought that LGBTQWTF indoctrination only happens in June, you would be very wrong. If you are a Christian or otherwise religious family who does not subscribe to pagan ideas of sexuality and gender and don’t want it pushed on your kids in school — where they should be learning math — then note the following dates on your calendar to either keep them home or make sure their school isn’t forcing kids to participate in this non-educational, politically-charged “celebrations.”
Mission America put together a comprehensive list of LGBTQWTF days of forced celebration that are most likely in your public schools.
Banned Books Week, Sept 22-28: By now you should know that Banned Books Week is a fraud because no books are banned in America. Whether a school library chooses to carry a book or not is not “banning,” when that book is available on Amazon. (I take that back. Not all books are available on Amazon, like books about vaccine injury or anything written by Alex Jones. But you won’t find those at Banned Books Week.) What is highlighted at BBW are always the most vulgar titles anyone can find, with material marketed to children that would make a hooker blush. According to the American Library Association, if any parent ever complains about the content of a book, it makes it to the “banned books” list. As PJ Media’s Robert Spencer once wrote, “Its list of ‘the Top Ten Challenged Books of 2017’ consists of nothing genuinely unorthodox or unpopular at all — at least among the Leftist elites.” Vulgarity and debauchery are widely accepted. Claiming that information is “banned” is laughable.
Ally Week, Sept 23-27: This week the gay mafia pressures your kid to become a warrior for the cause of the LGBTQWTF agenda items under the guise of being a good friend to others. Mission America writes, “It’s a peer-pressured, mob mentality seeking knee-jerk acceptance, at the same time isolating and marginalizing those who decline and labeling them as ‘haters’ and ‘bigots.’” Reminder: children who are Catholic, evangelical, or Muslim would automatically be put into a prejudicial category by default if they did not renounce their religious teaching.
Bisexual Awareness Day, September 23: Is this necessary? Is there a Catholic Awareness Day where public schools teach others to be tolerant of devout Catholics who believe in chastity? I don’t think so…nope. Just Googled it. Doesn’t exist.
LGBTQ History Month, October: They get a whole month to cram in whatever propaganda they wish to now in any class. This will probably be when they start claiming Abraham Lincoln was gay or other such nonsense.
Coming Out Day, October 11: Watch out for October. This day is when students are pressured to “come out” as somewhere on the LGBTQWTF alphabet soup list. What’s particularly horrendous about this one is the illegality of it in school. Federal law protects students from having to identify themselves as connected to any sexuality or religion. Schools regularly violate this law, like the one in North Carolina that asked the students to stand under large signs with sexual orientations on them. This left students crying.
International Pronouns Day, October 16: I wish this was a joke. According to the website Pronouns Day, “Referring to people by the pronouns they determine for themselves is basic to human dignity. Being referred to by the wrong pronouns particularly affects transgender and gender nonconforming people. Together, we can transform society to celebrate people’s multiple, intersecting identities.” This includes ridiculous made-up pronouns like “Xir and Zim.”
Spirit Day, October 17: While this sounds innocuous, this is an LGBTQWTF day where students are encouraged to wear purple to identify themselves as being part of the alphabet cult sponsored by the highly partisan GLADD. Students who do not participate are targeted as bigots.
Transgender Awareness Week, November 12-19: As if we aren’t aware enough of the transapalooza overtaking our culture, your child must be made to conform and see a small percentage of mentally ill people as victims of the hetero-archy. GLSEN seems to be connected to this one with the usual propaganda. If you’re teaching your students that biology matters, then you might want to keep them home if the school has planned any of the unscientific activities suggested by GLSEN.
Transgender Day of Remembrance, November 20: This is supposedly a day to remember transgendered people who died as the result of hate crimes. All murders are hate crimes, however, and it’s disingenuous to elevate one kind of murder over another for political gain. All murder is terrible. This day seeks to elevate one victim over scores of others. It is unnecessary and politically sly.
No Name-Calling Week, January 20-27: This week is usually targeted at middle-schoolers or elementary-schoolers. It sounds harmless, but if you look it up, it is clearly another LGBTQWTF event put on by GLADD. There is no self-awareness with these people, who call everyone who disagrees with them a “homophobe” and a “bigot.”
Transgender Day of Visibility, March 31: I know, I know, you thought that Transgender Awareness Week would have covered this, but no. We need another day. This is the day that GLSEN ecourages your minor child to seek irreversible, body-destroying surgeries. Yay!
Day of Silence, April 24: If I could ask for one thing it would be an actual day of silence, where the LGBTQWTF cult could not speak. Unfortunately, no such day exists. Instead, they pretend that they are silenced in the media and in entertainment by putting tape over their mouths and marching out of school. If your students don’t participate, they will be targeted as bigots. Make sure you keep your kids home that day if your school is planning a walk-out.
International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, May 17: Mission America calls it “Another day of deception and corruption.”
Harvey Milk Day, May 22 In case you thought Harvey Milk was some kind of hero, there’s another side to him that the blue-haired SJWs don’t want you to know about. Milk was famously attracted to — and had a sexual relationship with — a teenage boy, by his own admission. This, somehow, always gets lost in the dramatic retelling of his status as a gay icon. I’m not keen on my children celebrating the life of a guy who diddled other people’s children, are you?
LGBTQ Pride Month, the entire month of June: GLSEN describes it this way: “June is LGBTQ Pride Month, celebrated in classrooms and communities around the world. It’s a great time to include LGBTQ themes and history into your curriculum, helping LGBTQ students feel safer and more affirmed.”
Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo.” Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter