April 12th was the Day of (No) Silence, one of many holidays in the gender ideology liturgical calendar. Activist organizations encouraged students to “Rise Up, Take Action” and protest against legislation that discourages schools from keeping secrets from parents, prevents doctors from removing healthy body parts from emotionally troubled young people, and protects women’s sports.

Becky Pringle, president of the National Education Association(NEA), tweeted: “Today, on the Day of (No) Silence, we are raising our voices for LGBTQ+ rights and inclusion. Students cannot learn unless they are safe and supported at school and at home. Learn how to take action with our partner @GLSEN

The NEA’s “partner,” GLSEN, provided teachers with action guides and lesson plans, instructed fellow activists to “Demand Title IX Changes” and form GSA clubs (Gender and Sexuality Alliances) for children. Teachers were encouraged to use LGBTQIA2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, two-spirit, and more) “images and characters in your students’ learning materials such as slide decks, worksheets, and word problems.” 

In the past, GLSEN instructed students to take a day-long vow of silence and to schedule walkouts on what they called a Day of Silence. They called for protests this year, encouraging students to view efforts to protect emotionally vulnerable children from irreversible medical harm as “harassment and discrimination.”

To learn more about how the NEA partners with and parrots radical activists, read “Business Items And Quotes Demonstrate Teachers Union’s Real Agenda,” “National Education Association Annual Meeting Neglects Vital Education Issues,” and “Prioritizing A Political Agenda: NEA

For more information about teachers unions, check out the IWF Education Freedom Center’s Teachers Union Resource Center.