TORONTO — A public school teacher in Canada recently explained at an educator’s conference how she convinces young children to accept homosexuality and same-sex households.
“I started in Kindergarten. What a great place to start,” fifth grade school teacher Pam Strong stated at the Accepting Schools Act Conference in Toronto, according to LifeSite News. “It was where I was teaching. So, I was the most comfortable there.”
Strong, a teacher for five years, led a workshop for educators on how she introduces issues on homosexuality to elementary school students. She explained that with the principal’s “encouragement,” she decided to go class to class, teaching children about what it means to be homosexual.
Strong began by reading the book “King and King” to the Kindergarten class, a publication about a prince who passes up all the princesses his mother presents as potential mates and instead “marries” the brother of a princess.
She told the story of one incident when she got to the part of the book where the two men have a “wedding” ceremony, a student began to object.
“They can’t do that!” the Kindergartner proclaimed. “They can’t get married. They’re two boys.”
Strong then replied, “Oh, yeah. Yeah, they can. It’s right here on page 12.”
When the student remarked that the book was just a story, she then began to tell the class that she herself is a homosexual.
“And I said, ‘It happens in real life too. I am married to a woman. I am gay. And I am in love with my wife,” Strong told the Kindergarteners.
She further explained about all the fun activities that she and her partner do together with their children in order to convince the class that her household is similar to theirs.
The objecting student then stated, “Well, you’re a family.”
“And I said, yeah, we are,” Strong told the group of teachers at the workshop.
“And off I go to the next classroom,” she explained.
Strong said that she has been convincing her own 5th grade class to accept homosexuality, teaching them words such as “stereotype, prejudice and discrimination” and having them make lists of the ways that same-sex households are similar to heterosexual households. Sometimes, Strong shows homosexual-themed commercials to the students in addition to reading them books like “King and King.”
“Sometimes with these big ideas there are also very big words that are very hard to understand. I find that whether it’s kindergarten, right up to grade six, visuals help a lot,” she explained in the workshop. “I use current events, news articles, advertisements are great for gender—especially with Kindergarten kids—pink and girl toys and all the rest of it. Commercials are great. I use one right now, the Honey Maid commercial.”
Radio host and blogger Geoffrey Grider recently commented on the report, stating that he believes teachers like Strong are able to indoctrinate young children only because of the silence and apathy of the Church.
“[I] have been warning for years now about the concerted push by the LGBTQ to force-indoctrinate young schoolkids to accept the LGBTQ’s radical agenda and same-sex marriage,” he said. “This is being emulated in public schools all across America and Canada. Adolf Hitler was able to capture Nazi Germany in 1933 because he began indoctrinating young German schoolkids starting in 1921. This is no different. This is how the LGBTQ is growing their ranks, with Nazi-style brainwashing.”
“And because America’s Christians have no guts and are afraid to open their mouths,” Grider said, “it’s working quite well.”