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After Criticising a Billboard About Sexuality in an Elementary School in New Jersey, a Board Member Has Received Backlash.

Activists want a New Jersey school board member to resign after she challenged gender and sexual identity curricula and a billboard she believed was inappropriate for youngsters.

“Math Night” was last night. My 7-year-old daughter asked me what “polysexual” means while viewing banners at the school’s main gate.

“I was furious,” Northern Burlington Board of Education member Angela Reading posted on Facebook on Nov. 22.

Students were assigned to construct a “safe environment” with the posters.

Wisconsin elementary school curriculum includes gender identity and sexual orientation.

Why are primary schools encouraging kids to investigate sexuality and make posters? Continued. “This is not in the state elementary standards (law) or BOE-approved curriculum.

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“Exposing my kids to sexual content is perverse and should be outlawed. The terms are sexual. Look them up.”

The Libs of TikTok account tweeted a screenshot of Reading’s post with LGBTQ+-friendly remarks and doodles and a description about “awake activists.”

“Woke activists are asking Angela Reading-Northern Burlington BOE member to resign after she voiced concern that her 7-year-old was learning about gender and sexuality in school. “I wish there was a word for someone who wishes to teach youngsters about these subjects,” the tweet read.

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Reading later asked why primary pupils are learning about sexual attraction when they don’t understand sex.

How can my young children understand “sexually attracted to multiple genders“? They don’t know the sex! “Are adults discussing their sexuality with my kids and seeking approval?” she asked.

Reading was “extremely perplexed and very indignant” about the curriculum’s existence. “Questioning the inclusive and supportive climate fostered by local school programs and the sending districts of Northern Burlington, New Jersey” prompted a Change.org petition demanding for her resignation.

Reading’s Facebook post contrasted her function as a board member with her role as a mother and private person.

“You need to bring consciousness to the fact that there are things on the wall that’s just not age-appropriate for tiny kids,” Reading told Fox News Digital. “As a mom, I felt quite helpless in my district and that’s sad and problematic.”

Libs of TikTok encouraged others to sign a Change.org petition in her favor in another tweet.

I write to address the facts in a petition headlined ‘Northern Burlington BOE Member Angela Reading Must Resign.’

“I find it only fitting that people so opposed to her words view her opinion in full, and not just what was alluded to in the original petition,” stated petition author NB 4 Free Speech.

Reading’s Facebook status was screenshotted in the supported petition.

Respect differences, kids. Kids should be kind. “Kids should appreciate and understand different family structures,” Reading wrote. “However, elementary school children should not be compelled to learn about and embrace sexuality.”

Reading’s law school classmate, the petition creator, recited her initial post.

As you can see, she never asks for violence, censure, or criticism of the LGBTQAI+ community for its beliefs, activities, teachings, or essential tenets. Instead, she regrets having to discuss polysexuality with her child earlier than she wanted.

“She, for better or worse, feels that sexual subjects be confined inside health studies courses and not out in the public halls where very young children who can read may view them,” the author added.

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“Those saying this made the school and youngsters a target are gaslighting. Parental worries like this are voiced every day on social media. Ms. Reading’s membership on the Regional School Board does not preclude her from speaking out on local school issues as a parent.

Sunday’s Reading petition received 2,500 signatures.

“I got so much abuse and harassment online, and it was horrible,” Reading told Fox Digital. “Moms should be able to address school issues without worrying about this type of conduct.”

“I got so much abuse and harassment online, and it was horrible,” Reading told Fox Digital. “Moms should be able to address school issues without worrying about this type of conduct.”

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