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Radical Gender Theory Has Now Made Its Way Into More Than 4,000 US Schools

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Radical Gender Theory Has Now Made Its Way Into More Than 4,000 US Schools

FoxNews.com August 24, 2022
EducationPre K-12

Many of America's school are now pushing the radical norms of gender theory and parents are left wondering how it happened

Radical gender theory has made sudden inroads in America’s schools. Many parents have watched in confusion as their children repeat the movement’s slogans and adopt synthetic sexual identities such as "non-binary," "pansexual," and "genderqueer." The next question for many families is: Where does this surge in left-wing sexual ideology come from? One answer: from a network of professional activists, who have smuggled university-style gender theory into more than 4,000 schools under the cover of "gender and sexuality" clubs, or GSAs.

The main national organization behind this campaign, the GSA Network, is a professionally staffed nonprofit with a multimillion-dollar annual budget. GSA Network serves as an umbrella organization for more than 4,000 "gender and sexuality alliances" across 40 states. Once called the Gay-Straight Alliance Network, the group rebranded in 2016, reflecting a new focus on "the limits of a binary gender system." The individual chapters, which operate in elementary, middle, and high schools, often use the language of "LGBTQ inclusion" and "anti-bullying" in their public relations, but behind the scenes, the central organization is driven by pure left-wing radicalism that extends far beyond sexuality.

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Christopher F. Rufo is a senior fellow and director of the Intiative on Critical Race Theory at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor of City Journal. Adapted from City Journal.

Photo by tiero/iStock

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