|...and I'm reading NEA Today
The powerful voice of the National Education Association’s (NEA) quarterly magazine, NEA Today, has a circulation of 2.7 million. Add that number to global digital access and the circulation soars to many more millions across America as well as the world.
With many millions of teachers reading NEA Today, the National Education Association is furnished mega opportunities for propagating agendas of various sorts, dripping their poison into every classroom in the nation, trickling into the minds and souls of our children. These agendas of the moment have high acceptability because they are clad in the seeming respectability of a powerful and influential teachers’ union flagship publication. Is there a better way to spread the current explosion of the pernicious transgender agenda in society than through our schools?
NEA’s abnormal love affair with the transgender agenda births immoral ideas of gender inside the minds of our children where, in public school sex education classes, the definition of human is neither male nor female, but rather an odd assortment of various sexes and genders according to feelings.
This incredible hiatus from reality is evident in other areas of the NEA such as the fact that the publishers of NEA Today’s Winter 2016 issue think that no one sees through their bait-and-switch tactics. The corresponding article to the front cover is Good News! They are Reading! found on page 38. Page 39 is a full page color photo of a high school black male success story with a corresponding sub article, Improving Reading Outcomes for Young Black Males, so why does the magazine’s cover photo portray an elementary age white female child?
This current issue (Here) is shot through with articles on racism and the stereotyping of students of color so a cover picture of an elementary age white female student is peculiar unless, of course, it’s a subliminal message of NEA’s transgender agenda. The key word in the article’s page 38 title is They and the bait-and-switch of course is to get one away from thinking about stereotyping students of color to stereotyping other categories of students. But elementary age white female students are hardly a group to be stereotyped so what is the importance of the child in the cover photo?
For proof that the NEA is in a closely intertwined relationship with the transgender agenda their own website substantiates that fact. (Here) By searching transgender students 478 articles appear which should be enough to legitimately ask questions concerning the cover photo’s significance.
The point is -- Is the child so prominently featured on NEA Today’s Winter 2016 cover a gender non-conforming child? That is -- Is the child really a girl, or is the child a boy dressed like a girl, meaning a biological boy self-identifying as a girl? Does the cover photo convey the message that They also includes transgender children and that the child pictured in the cover photo is a transgender child?
It’s confusing. What was once so easy isn't any more because of insidious agendas from organizations like the NEA. Girl or boy? Boy or girl? Is this NEA Today cover a subliminal message promoting the NEA's "diversity" agenda? What do you think?