The Real Purpose of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

“My father’s an exotic dancer in a gay cabaret and takes off all his clothes to music in front of other men and they put money in his underwear. …” LOL!!!!!!!

Diane Ravitch's blog

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law has two ostensible purposes. One is to bring national attention to Governor Ron DeSantis as the heir to Donald Trump’s MAGA base. The other is to humiliate gay people, who are collateral damage in DeSantis’ pursuit of the 2024 Republican nomination. Since teachers in K-3 in Florida do not teach sex education, the law is no more than a symbolic insult.

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law is described as a “parental rights” law. Among other things, House Bill 1557 bans any instruction about sexuality and gender identity in grades K-3, and requires that any such instruction in grades 4-12 must be age appropriate. The law allows parents to sue the district if they believe the law has been violated, and the district must pay the cost of the lawsuit.

What’s it really about? This bill is rightly understood to be a condemnation of homosexuality across…

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2 responses to “The Real Purpose of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill”

  1. Governor Ron DeSantis is Donald Trump’s puppy and a lot of business closed because Trump was kicked out from New York and DeSantis give the key , now Trump is changing his empire to South Beach!

    1. The Devil DeSantis (DD) was Traitor Trump’s (TT) puppy. Now DD is chewing on TT’s heals and ass to beat him out as the biggest vampire MAGA monster in the US.

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