A lesbian teacher has boasted of using her classroom to instruct children as young as kindergarten on being “gay.”

“And I started in kindergarten,” said Pam Strong. “What a great place to start. It was where I was teaching. So, I was the most comfortable there.”

Her comments are being reported by Pete Baklinski, who wrote at LifeSite News about Strong’s comments at a conference held by the homosexual activist organization Jer’s Vision, now called the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity.

The events focused on Canada’s Bill 13, which gives students authorization for homosexual clubs in their schools, including Catholic schools.

LifeSite explained a reporter attended the conference and Strong focused her workshop on what she called the “power of conversation” for promoting LGBTQ issues in an elementary classroom.

She said she’s used pro-homosexual literature, such as “King and King.”

Get Michael Brown’s “A Queer Thing Happened to America” and follow the progression of homosexual activism across America, from the judges’ benches to the teachers’ desks.

But mostly she just uses conversations with students to promote her own lesbian lifestyle, the report said.

“Difficult conversations are a part of what we do as teachers, right? And when these conversations are properly supported by teachers within the safety of the classroom, they provide a rich environment for our students as they unpack these complex social issues and they reflect on their own preconceptions, rights, of gender, sexuality, love, all these difference things,” she said.

She explains how one student was provoked by her reading of “King and King.”

The student, when she read about the two princes getting “married,” shouted: “They can’t do that! They can’t get married. They’re two boys.”

Strong then brought up her own lesbian lifestyle and promoted it to students.

“I said, you know, we take our kids to the park. I swing them on swings. … We laugh together. We go grocery shopping together. I read to them. I tickle them, sometimes until they scream and laugh and when they cry, I hug them until they stop.”

Another time her sexual preferences arose as part of a classroom conversation a new student, not familiar with her teachings, blurted out, “Oh, my God, I think I’m going to puke,” LifeSite reported.

Strong said she “took the abuse” but noted her other students “were just very, very upset with this kid.”

Her conversations followed.

“Strong told her workshop attendees that her ‘new little friend’ is now a devoted champion of diversity. She boasted how he was the one in her class to count down the days to the pro-homosexual Day of Pink that took place earlier this month. When Strong took a photo of all the children wearing pink shirts in her classroom, she said the boy requested to be in the front,” LifeSite said.

She also has other triggers for discussions about being “gay.”

“I use current events, news articles, advertisement are great for gender, especially with kindergarten kids, pink and girl toys and all the rest of it. Commercials are great, I use one right now, the Honey Maid commercial,” she said.

She said she convinces children that homosexual duos are identical to a man-and-woman couple, LifeSite reported.


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