The Los Angeles Unified School District's Office of Human Relations, Equity, and Diversity hosted a 10-week online club for LGBTQ elementary school students, according to a Wednesday report from the Federalist.
The group — dubbed the "Rainbow Club" — promoted "two-spirit" sexuality and taught the intricate details of gender reassignment surgery.
The group hosted online meetings over a period of 10 weeks.
What are the details?
According to the report, the virtual club was geared toward "LGBTQ+ elementary school students, their friends, and their grown-ups."
The outlet reported that the District Office of Human Relations, Equity, and Diversity created a variety of "short, student-facing Push & Play lessons for educators to utilize in their advisory classes."
"Several of these presentations pushed leftwing gender theory, including one that even informed students of the 'two-spirit' Native American sexuality, which has allegedly 'survived centuries of colonial violence and prejudice,'" the outlet added.
One such production featured a host who complained about European colonizers' effects on Native Americans after they "imposed homophobia, rigid binary gender roles, and misogyny" — which the host suggested were a byproduct of the Christian faith.
Another production titled "Queering Culture" discussed drag queen history, and a lesson titled "LGBT Etiquette" taught students to practice introducing themselves with their preferred personal pronouns such as "he/him," "she/her," "they/them," and more. One of the speakers in the video also described the fact that there are only two sexes as the product of a "mob mentality."
The club also provided a handbook of definitions for its students, including various LGBTQ-themed terminology such as "top surgery" — the "surgical removal of healthy breasts" for gender transitions — and "down low," a term that means "men who identify as straight but who secretly have sex with men."
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Unified School District told the outlet that the point of the club is to help children understand their identities.
"The Rainbow Club is an online meeting for parents and their elementary school-aged children to meet, connect, and talk about topics related to their identities," the spokesperson explained. "The goal of the Rainbow Club is to support families of elementary aged children. The meeting is led by clinicians. Participants talk and do art projects.”
The club is set to reconvene next semester.