Students Sit Through Weeklong Gender Identity Lesson in Wisconsin School District

LGBT activists designed a weeklong identity and sexual orientation class for elementary-aged students in a Wisconsin school district. The class is part of the “Health and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Lessons.” An email stated that the purpose of the class is for “students to understand the difference between gender, sexual orientation and sex assigned at birth,” noting that students are not required to share their own identities, but to “[acknowledge] that they exist and are different.”

From Daily Caller:

The lessons will include “read-alouds” and “classroom discussions” surrounding gender identity, sex assigned at birth and sexual orientation, the email said. The week concludes with a “rainbow day.”


“There are students in our schools with different gender identities,” the video stated. “We have at [Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD)] many elementary school students who identify as cisgender, as transgender, as nonbinary and the whole spectrum of identities. And if we aren’t talking and teaching about these different identities, students don’t see themselves and they don’t feel like they belong in our schools.”