It is NOT enough to give children freedom in terms of sexual orientation, they need to be shown what the life of a gay person looks like!
Under this motto, the first LGBT kindergarten opens in Berlin, Germany! The local media were immediately split over this issue, and while some warn that the youngest are being de facto, tendentially and undisguisedly led to the path of homosexuality, others express national pride that their country is a pioneer on this front.
Under the guise of “diversity of lifestyles”, two groups of children with colorful, child-friendly names “Pink Tiger” and “Yellow-Green Panther”, will be taught in ths kindergarten. As many as 60 children have already been enrolled, and in addition to those growing up in same-sex unions, there are some “ordinary students” as well, whose parents chose this kindergarten because it is the closest to where they live. Of all the shocking things, the biggest storm was raised by the devastating fact that there is a pedophile in the management of the kindergarten! In addition, one member of the tandem consisting of the head of the institution and his deputy is a member of the LGBT community.
The German media, admittedly only those that the “liberals” classify as conservative, presented a worrying fact that is sounding the alarm. Namely, the weekly newspaper Focus wrote that the proven pedophile Rudiger Lautmann (86) sits on the Supervisory Board of the Counseling Center, which is the institution establishing this kindergarten. This sociologist raised a big storm in the German public when, back in 1994, he published his book “The Desire for a Child. A portrait of a pedophile”. This was followed by accusations that the author advocates for sexual relations between adults and children, and he defended himself by saying that he “just wanted to shed light on the behavior of pedophiles, so that it would be understood”.
In addition to recalling the disputed book, Focus stated that Lautman was a member of the “Humane Sexuality” community, which published the brochure “Child and Sexuality” in 1997. In addition, in 1979, Lautman participated in submitting a request for the removal of paragraph 176 from the Criminal Code, according to which sexual acts with children under the age of 14 are punishable.
Marcel de Groot (60), executive director of the Counseling Center for LGBT Persons, within which the kindergarten is opening, “explains” that Lautman is in no way connected to the day-to-day work of the kindergarten and admits that “if he was, it would be problematic.”
German media report that the conditions for admission to the management positions of this LGBT kindergarten specifically stated that “we are looking for a person who has a very detailed knowledge of the life of homosexuals, and preferably belongs to them.” The selection of teachers is still ongoing, there is plenty of time, because the kindergarten opens at the beginning of next year. There are still about thirty vacancies, and the administration says that they have no doubt they will soon be filled up.
In response to the journalist’s questions about what kind of children are enrolled in the kindergarten, they cite the example of a boy who likes to wear dresses and put hairpins in his hair, especially on his birthday, so his parents hope that he will be better accepted here than in ordinary kindergartens. The pedagogical concept envisages that work with children will imply open demonstrations of what it means to be a homosexual person.
We will have ten ordinary books for the youngest, and three in which the prince does not marry a princess, but another prince–explains De Groot vividly. – Our goal is to turn the entire building into a multi-generational house for homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals and intersexuals.
The children who enroll in this LGBT kindergarten, i.e. their parents, do not have to declare on their behalf whether the children have a homosexual orientation, the administration said, but admitted that, of course, this orientation will be present in the daily work with the children.
Our goal is that from the youngest days, the little ones get freedom in this area as well. In everything else, the kindergarten will be like all the others. Thanks to the pedagogical work, it will be easier for children who are not heterosexual to disclose their sexual orientation, said Marcel de Groot.
Federal commissioner for queer persons
For the first time in german history, the Government of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz gave the position of the Federal Commissioner for the Family to a queer person, that is, a member of the LGBT community. It is Sven Lehmann, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, who emphasizes that his goal is to make Germany a pioneer in accepting diversity. He wants, as he says, to strengthen the rights of queer persons and says that diversity should be taken for granted, already in kindergartens and schools.