• Ansonia High School Received Grant From LGBTQ Activist Group That Promotes Gender Ideology Programming

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    Earlier in the year, the "It Gets Better Project" announced the recipients of its 50 States. 50 Grants. 5000 Voices program, an initiative to fund gender sexuality clubs and LGBTQ programming in schools throughout the U.S. and now Canada.

    The group provided a total of $625,000 in grants of up to $10,000 each to 71 different schools, including Ansonia High School in Connecticut.

    This year's grant winners covered a wide spectrum of projects, for example:

    • A project in Hayward, CA, to work with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to host a back-to-school shopping day for trans and nonbinary students, create a gender-affirming wardrobe, and host a LGBTQ+ community day. (You might recall the The Sisters were disinvited from LA Dodgers' Pride Night after backlash over the group's previous events, including a performance that featured mock homosexual sex on stage and half naked members with names like "Sister Anal Receptive" and "Sister Porn Again" pole-dancing on crosses.)
    • A project at Jamieson Elementary School in Chicago to support pride throughout the entire year in the elementary school.
    • An effort at a Maryland High School to train the school and county on LGBTQ+ identities and intersections using the controversial groups GLSEN and PFLAG.

    Ansonia High School in Connecticut used the money to hold the first Valley Pride Conference in April 2023 to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.

    The "It Gets Better Project" receives funding from legacy partners American Eagle, Aerie, and TikTok. Other partners include P&G, Taco Bell, Hulu, and Disney Theatrical Productions, among many others.

    In addition to providing grants to schools, the group also instructs educators on how to make their classrooms more inclusive for LGBTQ+ students by entertaining "preferred pronouns", hanging progress pride flags, and eliminating gendered language in the classroom, for instance.

    The group also provides a series of EduGuides to help introduce LGBTQ stories to classrooms and GSA clubs.

    One of the EduGuides, Let's Talk About Sex(ed)!, is intended for children aged 14+, but can be adapted for younger ages, according to the It Gets Better Project. The guide includes a lesson on porn literacy and references a group that has some rather eye-opening insights on the topic of porn literacy (e.g., what you don't see taking place in a porno before an anal sex scene).

    Another chapter in the Sex(ed) EduGuide is focused entirely on self-pleasure.

    Because this is what children aged 14+ should be learning, according to the It Gets Better Project.

    Why are schools eager to seek and accept grants from a group like this?

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