Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, founded a nonprofit called The Representational Project that allegedly fights “sexism through films education, research, and activism,” while in reality, it promotes leftist ideology and her husband.
Siebel Newsom directs and writes “gender identity” films that are produced through her for-profit operation, “Girls Club Entertainment,” that are then licensed by her nonprofit to public schools, according to Fox News.
Her films have catchy titles such as “Miss Representation,” “The Mask You Live In,” “The Great American Lie,” and “Fair Play.”
Fox News reports they “are licensed to taxpayer-funded schools across every state and sometimes contain sexually explicit imagery and push students to feel ‘shame and sorrow’ about American society split by privilege and oppression. They are paired with curricula that include discussion on Gov. Newsom’s comments within the films, urging them to gather their friends and vote for aligned politicians that support a ‘care economy’ that ’embraces universal human values.'”
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“The Representation Project’s films and school curricula deserve scrutiny because taxpayers fund schools that license them,” Open The Books founder Adam Andrzejewski told Fox News Digital in an interview.
“Newsom’s films and curricula are saturated with images lifted directly from pornographic websites, their URLs visible onscreen,” Andrzejewski charged. “Minors are exposed to social commentaries about privilege and oppression, and one commentator says Americans need to ‘express shame and sorrow about who we are and what we’ve done’ as a society.”
“When paired with calls to organize and spread the films more widely, it’s clear that Siebel Newsom seeks to activate students politically and in accordance with some radical ideologies about gender, identity, race, and privilege,” he asserted.
A California parent in 2019 filed a complaint after his 12-year-old daughter’s class at Creekside Middle School showed “The Mask You Live In,” which “follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.” A portion of the film that dealt with internet pornography allegedly included sexually explicit images and violence against women.
“Some of the images, when slowed down, were not blurred, and even when they are blurred, it is obvious what is going on,” the father recounted to The Sacramento Bee. “It is absolutely profane and disgusting.”
Later, it was claimed that the teacher “accidentally” played the film’s full version for the class instead of the edited one intended for younger children.
Siebel Newsom’s films and The Representation Project’s curricula intensely promote gender identity. The curriculum for “The Mask You Live In” includes the infamous “genderbread person.” It graphicly shows middle and high school students how biological sex, “gender expression,” “sexual attraction” and “gender identity” exist on a spectrum where they can be mixed and matched.
The Department of Veterans Affairs uses a "Genderbread Person" to teach that biological sex is a spectrum.
Also, internal training has employees play "privilege bingo," with items such as "no criminal record" & "military experience" listed.
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Although the “genderbread person” is not given to Kindergartners, other gender identity lessons are given to them that note there are genders beyond “boy” and “girl.”
“In the curriculum for ‘The Great American Lie,’ which ‘examines the roots of systemic inequalities through a unique gender lens,’ students are asked to do a ‘privilege walk’ that includes revealing personal information to compare themselves to peers inside and outside the classroom. The ‘privileges’ include being ‘a cisgender man,’ ‘white,’ ‘born in the United States,’ ‘straight’ and speaking English as a first language,” Fox News reports.
“The Great American Lie” film features journalists and attorneys who discuss oppression.
“We need to stop being blind to history, stop being blind to systems, understand that there are privileges and there are oppressions in society, and, in fact, they act like a see-saw. Your privilege is actually built on my oppression,” New York Times op-ed writer and MSNBC political analyst Charles Blow says in the film.
“We actually have to engage in truth-telling. We’re going to have to express some shame and sorrow about who we are and what we’ve done. We’re going to have to find the will to reconcile ourselves to a different future,” Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer who is the executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, also comments in the segment.
Two of Siebel Newsom’s hyper-feminism films, “Miss Representation” and “The Great American Lie,” feature her husband, the governor of California.
“As Gavin Newsom’s national profile grows, he continues appearing in two of his wife’s films, first as the lieutenant governor of California and later as governor,” Andrzejewski noted. “While corporations with state contracts donate both to his campaigns and Siebel Newsom’s nonprofit, students are being directed to discuss his political philosophy and embrace politicians like him. Mind you, these films have been licensed by schools in all fifty states.”
Siebel Newsom reportedly promotes her husband in the films as a women’s rights champion. Students are urged to get their friends to vote for leftist politicians “who show empathy through their support care policies.”
“The Representation Project’s curricula are used by more than 5,000 schools across 50 states, according to its impact report highlighting its work from 2011 to 2019. The nonprofit, a 501(c)3 educational group, said over 11,200 copies of the curricula had been distributed and reached more than 2.6 million students during that time,” according to Fox News.
The report also promotes The Representation Project as the “nation’s leading gender watchdog organization” which utilizes “active social media campaigns that hold corporations, content creators, political leaders and others accountable.”
Licensing fees for The Representation Project range from $49 to $599. The group has raked in almost $1.5 million in revenue since 2012 according to its tax records.
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