The Parental Rights in Education bill, which activists have called the Don’t Say Gay bill, seeks to restrict discussions of sexual orientation or gender identity in kindergarten through grade three throughout Florida “in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate.”
The ‘Don’t Say Gay’ legislation, which is officially called the Parental Rights in Education bill, seeks to restrict “classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity” in primary schools and has sparked international outrage.
Workers at Disney staged a walkout, calling on Disney to push back against Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Disney donated nearly $200K to FL lawmakers behind the bill, which bans school discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity. Many worry it will harm LGBTQ+ youth.
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Scott Gustin Disney is also creating a company task force “to develop action plans to make more LGBT-aware content for children and family.” Film executive Paul Roeder and Disney Parks marketing executive Lisa Becket will oversee the effort.
Kay What happened to educating children so that if they are victims of abuse they can be vocal and bring attention/report it, instead of living in fear? A lot of abusers gaslight young children that do not understand what is happening to them. Sex ed is important at all ages.