Texas parents, school stop LGBTQ-touting teacher

Saturday, May 19, 2018
Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

Teacher's deskTexas parents are commending their local school board for suspending an elementary art teacher who repeatedly refused to stop promoting the LGBTQ lifestyle to her students.

Besides being suspended for pushing the LBGTQ agenda on students, Charlotte Anderson Elementary teacher Stacy Bailey was also pressuring administrators to modify the district's anti-discrimination policy to include LGBTQ language, according to Dallas News.

Texas Values Policy Analyst Nicole Hudgens maintains that the mainstream media distorted the story to help further the homosexual agenda.

"And the media took the story, totally twisted it and said she was fired for asking questions,” Hudgens explained. β€œAnd in reality, she was placed on paid leave because she was talking about issues that were inappropriate for elementary school students."

The conservative advocate also pointed out that at a recent board meeting, concerned parents outnumbered those who were there to push for adding sexual-orientation and gender-identity policies in the school district.

"They were outnumbered by parents who said, 'We don't want this in our school district, nor do we believe that it's right that it's being talked about – that these issues are being discussed in our elementary school,'" Hudgens noted.

The school board told those in attendance that any policy review would take place after the elections this month – and after new assignments to the review committee are in place.

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