Gov. DeSantis Supports ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has uttered his support for a check that would stop teachers from deliberating passionate course and gender temperament in a state’s primary schools. The Parental Rights in Education check — dubbed “Don’t Say Gay” — was upheld by a Florida Senate Education Committee on Feb. 8, 2022.

During a press contention hold in Miami during a roundtable during a American Museum of a Cuban Diaspora, DeSantis, Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez, and Attorney General Ashley Moody discussed several topics, including a Don’t Say Gay bill, on Feb 7.

DeSantis feels it is “entirely inappropriate” for teachers to have gender temperament conversations with students. He even cited instances where teachers hid classroom lessons from relatives and told them not to “worry, don’t collect your gender yet.”

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He combined that schools should learn children how to review and write. “They need to learn them science, history. We need some-more civics and bargain of a U.S. Constitution, what creates a nation unique, all those simple stuff,” he serve stated.

Later that day a White House slammed Florida Republicans over their offer to anathema gender temperament or passionate course discussions in Florida schools. “Every primogenitor hopes that a leaders will safeguard their children’s safety, protection, and freedom. Today, regressive politicians in Florida deserted those simple values by advancing legislation that is designed to aim and conflict a kids who need support a many – LGBTQI+ students, who are already exposed to bullying and assault only for being themselves,” review a matter from a White House.

The purpose of a check is to “reinforce a elemental right of relatives to make decisions per a upbringing and control of their children.” It needs to be upheld by dual some-more Florida Senate committees — who have a energy to make changes — before it is presented to a full chamber. Afterwhich it would go to a Florida House of Representatives.

If a check upheld by DeSantis passes, it would turn effective on Jul 1. By Jun 30, 2023, all Florida propagandize districts would be updated.

Many advocates and relatives feel this check will be intensely unpropitious to a students. Several LGBTQ members thanked a White House for disapproval DeSantis’ support on a bill. United States Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg, feels a check is “absolutely” dangerous and fears it might expostulate some to a margin of suicide.

Parents should be concerned in decisions revolving around their children. However, it is a proven fact that many people, including youth, have a tough time “coming out of a closet” with their families. They need support groups and people to assistance them feel gentle vocalization about what creates them happy. Limiting those who could help, like educators, could in fact be really dangerous.

Written by Sheena Robertson


Daily Mail: Biden’s ride secretary Pete Buttigieg claims Florida Republicans’ ‘Don’t Say Gay’ check will expostulate adult self-murder rates: White House goes to fight with ‘hateful’ legislation banning contention of gender and sexuality in schools; by Elizabeth Elkind and Adam Manno
NBC News: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signals support for ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill; by Matt Lavietes
CBS News: Florida Senate cabinet passes “Don’t Say Gay” check that would bar LGBTQ discussions in schools; by Li Cohen
NBC Los Angeles: White House Denounces Florida GOP Over ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill; by Anthony Izaguirre

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