Miami-Dade school board does 180 on ‘LGBTQ history month’ after anti-indoctrination gay man drops the mic

Emotions ran high at a Miami-Dade, Florida school board meeting where one gay man eloquently spoke out against recognizing LGBTQ History month, calling the forced teaching of sexualization to students indoctrination.

Gays Against Groomers tweeted, “Full speech from our newest contributor, Jordan, yesterday at the Miami Dade Public School Board public hearing on LGBTQ+ History Month and curriculum. ‘There is no pride in indoctrination.’ MIC DROP 🔥🔥🔥 #GaysAgainstGroomers.” The impassioned tweet evidently reflected the mood of the Miami-Dade School Board.

They voted 8 to 1 Wednesday evening to reject recognizing October as “LGBTQ History Month.” Following three hours of emotionally-charged, heated debate, the board shot down the measure that would have also included teaching seniors about Supreme Court cases Obergefell v. Hodges (inventing the constitutional right to gay marriage) and Bostock v. Clayton County (adding a “sexual orientation” protection to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964). The only person to vote in favor of the measure was school board member Lucia Baez Geller who introduced it.

The vote is in stark contrast to last year’s board voting 7 to 1 in favor of making October “LGBTQ History Month.”

“I’m here today because I am concerned about the current and future state of our educational system. I am a Miami native and a product of the MDCPS system. I’m also a gay man. And as a gay man, I understand the importance of a healthy and balanced education. I understand the importance and diversity of thought and ultimately I understand the importance of unbiased development,” Jordan stated at the board meeting.

“What is happening right now is no longer acceptance. It’s no longer the support my community needed in the 90s and early 2000s. It’s indoctrination. I do not use the word lightly but it’s the truth. The children deserve an education that will develop them, give them a platform for critical thinking, and problem-solving so we can push and create a better future. What we are pushing right now is not that. We are moving in a direction that will create entitled, confused, depressed, and potentially dangerous adults,” he contended.

Jordan explained that he learned growing up how to handle others concerning his sexuality.

“Providing support and being accepting is very different from promoting and encouraging a certain lifestyle. Growing up, I had people who supported me and loved me unconditionally. I also had people who disagreed with me and maybe disliked me because of my sexuality. Not only was that okay, it was vital to my development. Not only did I learn to interact and find common ground with anyone and everyone, I learned it’s okay to not agree on everything,” Jordan continued.

“Legislation and policies do not encourage positive change… people do. If you feel LGBT youth need more support, support them yourself as an individual. There are plenty of private organizations that provide youth with things like counseling, community, and financial help that are available to LGBT youth,” he added.

Parents must be in 100 percent control of their child’s development and education. The education system has been hijacked by people who push their agendas disguised as social justice warriors. I am gay. I am not oppressed. I am not being attacked. I am not being abused. Please treat me the same as everyone else. I remember when we were fighting to be equal and now we’re fighting to have an entire month celebrating my sexuality and parades. I don’t need that. I really don’t. That is exclusivity, not inclusivity. I don’t want to be excluded,” Jordan pointed out.

“So, please… treat me the same as everyone else. One day, I will have children, and they definitely not be attending public school and I’m gonna work my butt off so I can put them in a very nice school,” he concluded to applause.

In contrast, Baez Geller asserted, “There is an election year and the anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric is a tool used by some to spread misinformation.”

According to the Miami Herald, she claimed, “This is just plain disinformation.”

(Video Credit: WPLG Local 10)

The media outlet reported that there were 35 to 45 people waiting in line to comment in support or against the measure.

Maxx Fenning, who is in charge of PRISM FL, a “nonprofit organization that provides sexual health information to LGBTQ+ youth” compared those against the measure to Nazis.

But in the end, the school board sided with the parents and ignored the comparison.

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