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President Joe Biden also believes the state’s proposed law is an attack on ‘LGBTQI+ children’.

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The Congress of the US state of Florida is currently dealing with a bill that would regulate parental rights in school education. This is to ensure that parents have a say in key areas of how their children are brought up at school, reports Fox News.

Critics from the LGBTQI+ movement object to a passage in bill SB 1834 that would prohibit the school district board from encouraging classroom discussions about sexual orientation or gender identity. This applies to elementary school classes. In higher classes, attention should be paid to age-appropriate information. The critics accuse the initiators of wanting to ban talks about homosexuality in schools. They see it as an attack on “LGBTQI+ children”.

President Joe Biden took to Twitter to take part in the discussion and pledged his support to all members of the “LGBTIQ+ community – particularly the children affected by this heinous law.”

The initiator of the bill, Senator Dennis Baxley, emphasizes that SB 1834 is about clarifying the role of teachers. Discussions on certain topics are reserved for the parents and are not the responsibility of the teachers. This applies in particular to sex education. Private discussions between students and teachers are not affected by the law, it is about the curriculum, he emphasizes.

A spokeswoman for Gov. DeSantis said the media misrepresented the proposed legislation. SB 1834 regulates age-appropriate teaching about gender and sexual orientation. The governor will decide whether to sign the law when he can review it in its final form, she said.

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KatzeLisa 11 hours ago

Marionette

Biden is a puppet of the Democratic Party. Left-wing liberals, abortion advocates and LGBT groups helped him win the election. Now he has to deliver. That these people are destroying society is not in his head. He lives in the here and now, he will never experience the bad consequences of his politics again.


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SalvatoreMio 13 hours ago

God’s order of creation is dragged through the dirt…

@bibelfreund: You are right! It is becoming increasingly clear: the distortion of the human image, summed up in the term “gender swamp”, is the greatest threat in a long time. But who wants to dry up this swamp when states are desperate for this immorality to be consolidated and when the super billionaires are working on it? We can already see that anyone who speaks out against it publicly can become a martyr. – Let’s pray for conversion!


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ball 14 hours ago

How nice it was at TRUMP

Hopefully all of Trump’s critics and opponents are now satisfied.


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Karlmaria 15 hours ago

Here as in so many other cases

It’s about the church fulfilling its basic mission again without hesitation: Among other things, clearly proclaiming the Ten Commandments: Thou shalt not commit fornication. The bashful way this has been done for 40 years now will hopefully stop soon. All this excitement that there is about the church can also be used for evangelism: Yes, I will admit to being a bad sinner. That is precisely the good news from God that God can forgive sinners when there is repentance. And then it’s about not offending God so much by keeping to His commandments. The media only picks one sentence anyway. So it’s good to sum it all up in just one sentence. God will help. God is almighty. God wants His Word to be proclaimed. In this respect we have the best cards. God will help and then who can do anything about it!


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bibelfreund 15 hours ago

Like Hungary

Of course, the media misrepresent the legal texts, etc. Think of Hungary, Orban’s crystal-clear, biblical image of man was also dragged through the mud and completely misrepresented and the German episcopate repeated it… one longs for the day that Trump again takes the helm and this gender spook comes to an end, also internationally. Only withdrawal of funds from the UN, WHO, NATO, Paris Agreement etc pp drains the gender swamp that comes into the world from everywhere…..


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