Our public schools have been teaching young children about their sexual identity options for a few years now and it's time for us to evaluate how well that's working. On the positive side, tolerance for LGBTQIA students is at an all time high, and so is the portion of entertainment which seems to think it's essential to include someone from that group in order to be PC. On the negative side they have convinced thousands of children they were not straight, and many experienced trauma and some even committed suicide over issues they would not have otherwise even been involved with if they had not been given sexual orientation instruction before they were mature enough to handle it.
Our public schools are admirably promoting these programs to minimize bullying, oh but for many, especially some staff who are LGBTQIA, this has become more than a mission of social acceptance. Many take pride in helping children who are far too young to know what their sexual feelings will be when they mature, explore their "LGBTQIA" alternatives as though they can chose their orientation. They are authority figures in our schools and often wrongly convince many young children they are not straight.
To me that is outrageous, many LGBTQIA do claim they knew they were not straight at a very early age, but many don't. Now that we've had time for many of these kids to mature it's become obvious lots of straight kids have been misled, and sometimes the consequences are devastating to them and the people who care about them.
I don't know one Gay person who thinks we can make them Straight or a Straight person who thinks we could make them Gay by educating or enlightening them. They are what they are and if left alone all our kids will figure it out for themselves. They don't need early intervention which as often as not often wrongly convinces children they are not Straight.
Bullying should never be tolerated but it's time to stop sexually enlightening our children by giving them choices that they aren't mature enough to comprehend or act on.
And about our current PC entertainment fad, that's not healthy either. Its one thing to have occasional LGBTQIA characters, but in the process they are often portrayed as clowns and freaks. I'm sorry to say that is not dong the LGBTQIA community any good, it's an insult. I think we might have been better off when their characters sexual orientation was just a mystery than we are watching them behaving in ways that reflect the writers stereotypes and or are written to be outrageous enough to make them entertaining freaks so the ratings will go up.