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Late last year we reported about the report done by the Public Policy Center at the University of Iowa that detailed a strategy for implementing LGBTQ indoctrination throughout the Iowa City Community School District.

The Iowa Standard has learned that LGBTQ-promoting materials are posted on the walls of the main hallway at Waukee’s Timerbline School. According to the school’s website, there are more than 750 students enrolled. The school serves students in grades 8-9.

This is displayed right there on the school’s wall. It’s in the main commons area just inside the front door to the school. To The Iowa Standard’s knowledge, there are no posters or displays for heterosexual activism.

A few of the materials highlight coming out stories of different individuals. One is of Josie Totah:

“Known for her roles on the TV shows Jessie, Glee and No Good Nick in 2018, Josie publicly came out as transgender. Before that, like a lot of straight trans woman (so much for proper grammar being used in schools), Josie first came out as a gay man. She was featured on Prism in 2019 for her role on No Good Nick on Netflix. She has even been featured at Turn Up the Love at the 30th annual GLAAD Awards.

“I think love is the most strong and powerful thing and I think the LGBT+ community has that lock down.”

Another highlights Marsha Johnson, who is referred to as the “Rosa Parks of LGBTQIA+.” Johnson died in 1992.

“Marsha was a celebrated trans activist and drag performer. She was also the one who threw the first brick at the Stonewall Riots.”

There’s a description of Jazz Jennings, who is a “pansexual transgender woman.” Jennings was the youngest person to start a transition at the time of his coming out.

“After she started to transition from male to female; she became one of the most well-known transgender activists on the planet, having her own children’s book, memoir and reality show. In 2014, she officially came out as pansexual and in 2018, she received gender confirmation surgery.

“Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink.”

Other postings include:

Author: Jacob Hall