DON’T SAY NAY: Parental Rights in Education Bill Passes in the State of Florida

The Florida Senate voted 22-17 in favor of the Parental Rights in Education bill —now it’s off to the Governor’s desk.

According to the Daily Wire, the Parental Rights in Education bill is “a potential law that would ban teachers in kindergarten through third grade from providing instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation, require schools to notify parents if there has been any change in a student’s physical, emotional, or mental wellbeing, and would also provide legal recourse to parents to sue if they believe a school has violated any of those agreements.”

Despite what leftist bomb throwers and misinformation machines are saying, the bill has nothing to do with saying “gay.”

The bill has actually received some unlikely support in the gay community.

“Many people that are commenting on it probably haven’t taken the time to read it,” said Ryan Terry, and adjunct professor of film, communications and media at the University of Tampa. “The bill is not discriminating against anybody.  It’s not oppressing anybody.  It’s serving as a framework for guided discussions in a public school classroom.”

“Terry said, not as a UT faculty member, but as a gay man supporting a bill he says is in line with what students are able to understand at various ages,” Bay News reports.