St. Paul Public School system has been called out for their blatant promotion of transgender ideology for children as young as three by the group Parents Defending Education.
The school district has partnered with two organizations, AMAZE and OutFront Minnesota. AMAZE has provided books for the schools pushing transgender ideology, including “When Aidan Became a Brother,” “I Love My Colorful Nails,” and “My Princess Boy.”
The first book is about a young girl “becoming” a boy. The second details the story of a boy who likes to paint his nails and is bullied for it, and the third about a boy who wants to be a princess.
OutFront Minnesota offers chest binders to anyone “24 and younger” and for “any trans person who needs one and cannot afford or safely obtain one.”
“In the most recent round of state testing, 33 percent of St Paul students tested proficient in reading—down 6 points from 2019—and 21 tested proficient in math, down 9 points. It is especially egregious that after more than a year of disruptions and closures, the district is pushing ideologically driven content and resources on students and families,” Erika Sanzi, director of outreach for Parents Defending Education, said in the group’s release.
“It is one thing to treat all students with the dignity they deserve; it is quite another to be so far out of your lane that you are partnering with outside organizations that think it is appropriate to engage toddlers in conversations about gender identity and sexual orientation,” Sanzi added. “How can a school district even defend spending time and money on this ideological garbage when 2/3 of their students can’t read on grade level and 80 percent aren’t proficient in math?”