New Jersey has now become the second state to adopt a law requiring public schools to expose students to the accomplishments and contributions of the LGBT population.
The Garden State modeled its law after similar legislation in California, which passed their law back in 2011.
Pacific Justice Institute President Brad Dacus – an attorney whose law firm is headquartered in California – pointed out just one of the devastating effects their statute has had on students since then.
"California public schools have seen a dramatic increase in students willing to experiment with same-sex attraction, as well as gender identity dysphoria," Dacus informed.
The legal expert warns parents that studies show that homosexual lifestyles can have greater damaging consequences than people dealing with life-threatening diseases.
"This is very dangerous, statistically – more dangerous than cancer – and yet it is being fostered and encouraged through this curriculum,” Dacus stressed. “Parents need to wake up. They need to understand by having their children in a public school with this curriculum, it's already proven itself to be dangerous."
Now that two states have adopted this type of law, Dacus warned that Americans can expect such legislation to spread throughout the United States.