The race to the bottom to corrupt young girls via social media has reached a new low through the advent of TikTok. Trendy dances are created and widely disseminated in a matter of hours, and millions of girls desperately create their own versions of them in an effort to be seen and liked. They sacrifice innocence and mental stability for attention from strangers that is at best meaningless, and at worst, debauched.
Last fall it was discovered that a teacher at Dalton School was showing cartoon videos on masturbation to first graders. After parents caught wind of what the teacher was showing their 5 and 6-year-olds, the teacher Justine Ang Fonte, resigned from the school.
The only real option for conservatives is to attack public education and encourage a larger migration to private schools and home schooling. A state can ban CRT, but if it does, kids are still being taught by the same people who thought CRT for kindergartners was a good idea in the first place. Instead of passing the right law and relying on liberals to teach things more consistent with conservative values, simply transfer money from those liberals to people who would teach something else.
A school district employee in Philadelphia has been charged with 100 counts of child pornography over his alleged possession of more than 200 images.
Governments should exclude parents who oppose the hormonal and surgical transformation of their children, according to an article published in the establishment Journal of Medical Ethics.
A religious freedom lawyer has blasted so-called “federal LGBT nondiscrimination guidance” as an “outrageous overreach” of the law that could pressure Christians into acting against their conscience.
Work crews removed a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from its base in a Charlottesville, Virginia, park Saturday morning, marking the summit of a yearslong battle over the fate of Confederate monuments in the city.
A “Moms for Liberty” chapter in Williamson County, Tennessee was threatened with legal action after expressing concern over a critical race theory-spewing curriculum in public K-5 schools. Although Tennessee has passed anti-critical race theory legislation, even schools in red counties are still promoting the idea that some races are inherently oppressors and some are inherently oppressed.
Voters overwhelmingly believe “fake news” is a problem, and a majority agree with former President Donald Trump that the media have become “the enemy of the people.”
The House of Representatives voted last week to remove all Confederate-related statues from public view. Only 120 lawmakers- all Republicans- voted against the measure. One defender of the move was House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). He said it was a good idea because all the banished figures were Democrats.