Voters oppose schools that teach young children about sex


Voters overwhelmingly oppose the sexual indoctrination of young schoolchildren and believe transgender people should play on sports teams that match their birth sex, according to a new poll.

According to a Harvard Harris poll conducted March 23-24 of 1,990 registered voters, 67 percent of likely voters believe that information about sexuality for children in kindergarten through third grade “should be left to the parents.” Just 33 percent believe young children should be “taught about sex in schools,” according to the poll.

Broken down by political affiliation, a majority of Republicans (82 percent), Independents (68 percent) and Democrats (50 percent) agree that talking about sex is best left to parents. Every other segment of the population, broken down by age and race, preferred to teach their own children about sex, with the exception of 52 percent of people aged 18 to 34, who say they agree with schools allowing the take the reins.

The issue appeared to be closely related to the recently passed Florida Parental Rights in Education Act. The far left has campaigned against the law, insisting it would harm LGBTQ+ children and falsely labeling it the “Don’t Say Gay” law. The bill orders that “a school district shall not encourage classroom discussions of sexual orientation or gender identity in elementary school or in a manner that is not age or developmentally appropriate for students.” In particular, the bill makes no mention of “gay” or any specific sexuality.

The survey also asked respondents about transgender athletes in sports, a nod to GOP-led legislation in more than a dozen states that bans men who identify as women from playing women’s sports because of their biological advantage.

“Should athletes who are in the process of gender reassignment be allowed or not allowed to participate in the sporting events of the opposite sex?” the survey asked.

Again, an overwhelming majority — 63 percent — say transgender athletes should only play on teams that match their birth gender. Thirty-seven percent of voters overall say they should participate, a percentage driven mostly by Democrats (60 percent) and people ages 18 to 34 (56 percent).

Independent voters tend to agree with Republicans on this issue, with 68 percent saying transgender athletes shouldn’t be allowed to compete on teams that don’t match their birth sex. Eighty percent of Republican voters agree.

The poll confirms the results of several other polls that asked voters about sex education for young children and transgender athletes in women’s sports. A poll released this week by Public Opinion Strategies found that Americans are two-to-one in believing that transgender athletes should play on sports teams that reflect their biological reality. A separate Rasmussen Reports poll in mid-March found that 62 percent of voters would support a similar bill to Florida’s Education Parental Rights Act, including 45 percent who said they would “strongly” support it.

Despite the very clear public opinion produced by most fair polling firms, left-leaning corporations, Democrats and corporate media journalists have joined in a fascist push to undermine laws protecting children from left-wing sexual indoctrination and laws protecting women’s sports .

Politico reported Friday that Apple, which is led by CEO Tim Cook, the “nation’s most visible gay leader,” has “quietly mobilized” its resources to oppose transgender legislation in Iowa, Florida, Texas and at least Six to use in other states.

“Apple framed the law as part of a ‘social agenda’ rather than fairness for women’s sports,” Republican Iowa State Senator Zach Nunn told Fox News. “That becomes a worrying problem when we have a large industry trying to intervene and enforce public order based on an agenda that it may have in an out-of-state boardroom.”

Disney, another big left-leaning company, has spoken out louder against the Republican-led legislation, issuing public statements against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for passing the Parents’ Rights in Education Act.

DeSantis on Tuesday slammed the Walt Disney Company for threatening to crack down on the Sunshine State’s new parental rights law, saying, “If we had put it in the bill, you wouldn’t be allowed to have a curriculum that would address the oppression of Uyghurs treated in China, Disney would have agreed to it immediately – and that’s the hypocrisy of it.”

Katherine Hamilton is a political reporter for Breitbart News. you can follow her Twitter. Voters oppose schools that teach young children about sex

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