Should CFISD be promoting Gender Identity in Elementary School Libraries? PreK-5th Grade?

 I went to the CFISD library system for Elementary, and typed in "Gender Identity." 25 Titles concerning Gender Identity pulled up in our CFISD Elementary schools. 
Some of the books had anywhere from 14-39 copies!

Examples from the title "Being You" by Madison, Ralli, Passchier

Examples from the title "It Feels Good to Be Yourself" by Theresa Thorn:

Are you ok with your elementary age child being taught you could have misgendered them? 
Is this why you send your child to school? To be taught sexuality? 
Or did you send them to school to learn academics? 
Are you good with your tax money going to these library books?

Examples from the title Jacob's New Dress by Sarah and Ian Hoffman:

Examples from the title Jacob's Room To Choose by Sarah and Ian Hoffman:

In Jacob's Room to Choose, the elementary age children are led by their teacher to decide that boys and girls can share bathrooms. Are you ok with your child sharing bathrooms with the opposite gender? Is that safe? Are students already sharing bathrooms in CFISD? What about locker rooms? I personally feel this could be unsafe and possibly embarrassing for more shy students. 

Do you feel comfortable with your taxes paying for these books in our Elementary Schools? I have not read all 25 titles, but I did read the above, and my answer is no. I personally do not believe we have the right to promote sexuality, or talk about sexuality with minors without parent's permission.

Parents, did you know these books are available to your Elementary age CFISD student?

          How many more of these books are on their way? Where do we draw the line? 

Please look at my  other blogposts to see more books available in CFISD libraries. 


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