Must See: 11-Year-Old RUINED School Board's Woke Agenda
As we've seen in recent years, schools have been pushing a “woke” agenda that exposes children to adult content and ideologies far too quickly. This has become especially evident in Windham Middle School in Maine where an 11-year-old student recently stood up against these practices.
Knox Zijac, an 8th grade student at the school, read a graphic passage from a book about gay sex featured in his school library aloud for the school board to hear. The novel, entitled "Nick and Charlie," was checked out by Knox to show his father — but the librarian even asked if he wanted more books or perhaps a graphic novel version!
In response to this incident, Knox's father gave a three minute long speech saying: “This is the smut that he is finding...I don’t care whether it’s gay, straight, bisexual, whatever terms are for all this stuff; doesn’t need to be at our school, doesn’t need to be at my 11-year-old’s library."
He continued on with mentioning another book called "Gender Queer" which is being circulated around different schools across the nation which includes discussion on how boys can suck dick. His final words were: “You may think that schools know the best for our children. You know who know the best for our children? The parents.”
It's clear that there needs to be a balance between educating kids about different types of ideas as part of their education process while not exposing them too early before they're ready or without parental consent first.
For example, explicit adult content like what was found in Nick and Charlie should never be exposed to young students - PERIOD. To do so could cause confusion and harm their development but also hinder their ability form strong opinions on those topics when they do become older due being desensitized by them too soon.
That said though children still need education on why certain things may not always be appropriate depending on age or other factors such as maturity level etc.. That's why it's great that Knox stood up against what he saw as wrong and his father listened and supported him through it - both should certainly be praised for doing so! Parents are ultimately responsible for what kind of content their child comes into contact with whether it's online or offline - so its good see parents speaking up when something like this happens as well as taking action against it if needed (which in this case did).
We must continue fighting against corrupt organizations like Windham Middle School who try to groom our children with sick woke agendas instead of teaching them real life lessons they will use later down the line when they grow up into adults. We owe it our kids!