The states of Iowa and Montana have become the next states to pass laws limiting the radical LGBTQ groomer agenda in schools and elsewhere.
On May 26, for instance, Iowa’s Republican Governor Kim Reynolds signed a bill into law that bans school lessons that expose kids to radical gender politics and other inappropriate sexual agendas in the state’s schools.
“This legislative session, we secured transformational education reform that puts parents in the driver’s seat, eliminates burdensome regulations on public schools, provides flexibility to raise teacher salaries, and empowers teachers to prepare our kids for their future,” Iowa’s Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds said in a statement.
“Education is the great equalizer and everyone involved – parents, educators, our children – deserves an environment where they can thrive,” she added.
Senate File 496 was part of a seven-bill set passed by Republians to eliminate the groomer agenda from schools.
“The rules of the state board shall require that an age-appropriate, multicultural, and gender-fair approach is used by schools and school districts,” the new law says.
Among other provisions, the law also prevents schools from hiding so-called “transitions” of children from parents and requires the school to tell parents if their kids suddenly want to act like the opposite sex.
Naturally, the groomer left hated the bills. And they’ll likely launch a series of lawsuits to stop them.
Montana also jumped into action last week and became the first state in the union to ban drag queens from reading to kids in schools and libraries.
Unlike laws recently passed in Florida and Tennessee which only ban “sexual performances,” the Montana law ban all drag queens from reading to kids, whether their performances are overtly sexual or not, TribLive reported.
This makes Montana’s bill to be the first to completely ban drag queens from performing in front of kids.
Again, it is likely the law will be challenged, but it is just the latest backlash against the groomer left that is sorely needed.Commentary