It takes courage to speak up and stand up for what you believe in, especially when it can come with a cost. Knox Zijac, an 11-year-old student from Windham Middle School in Maine, made a bold move when he read an explicit passage from a book about gay sex featured in his school library. His actions were admirable and it’s clear that he was standing up for what he knew was right, despite the potential backlash he could face.
Unfortunately, our schools are pushing harmful ideologies and exposing children to adult content in the name of being “woke.” As parents, it’s our responsibility to ensure that our children aren’t exposed to inappropriate content, whether it’s online or offline.
As the famous quote by Benjamin Franklin goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” We must take action now to protect our children from harmful grooming and ideologies.
At the end of the day, it’s not about whether the content is gay or straight, it’s about protecting our children’s innocence and allowing them to grow and develop at a natural pace.
It’s also about educating them as to why certain things may not be appropriate depending on their age or maturity level. We need to be teaching our children not just to shield them from harm, but to help them understand why something is harmful in the first place.
It’s time for parents to take a stand against this harmful agenda and fight for what we know is right. We need to elect leaders who will stand up for traditional family values and fight against the liberal woke agenda. The Republican party is the only party that understands the importance of protecting our children and preserving our family values.
Through his actions, Knox Zijac has shown us that we can’t afford to stay silent any longer. We must take a stand and protect our children from harmful ideologies and content. It’s time to start voting looney lawmakers and officials the heck out.