A biased boint of view

Chapter 28A.640 and 642 RCW is the new discrimination law that is being forced on us, our schools and our children by Washington state. It sounds good, but as I went to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) website, I saw that their way of accomplishing zero discrimination was to do away with bias.

Chapter 28A.640 and 642 RCW is the new discrimination law that is being forced on us, our schools and our children by Washington state. It sounds good, but as I went to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) website, I saw that their way of accomplishing zero discrimination was to do away with bias.

In reading their “Washington Models for the Evaluation of Bias,”( a search for this on the OSPI website will bring up the PDF file), I noticed that the curriculum committees are to remove all bias from the teaching materials. They are charged with removing any bias from 15 different areas of life, like sexual orientation, gender, gender expression and family structure.

Who is completely unbiased? I realized the answer is no one! Bias has been a staple in humans since the beginning. But I do believe it’s possible to exchange one bias for another with instruction and education. To change the bias toward the family unit, they have to portray in the curriculum different kinds of family structures. They also have to portray different sexual attractions as normal and natural.

They are using the law to indoctrinate our children to become like themselves. By portraying sexual attractions like homosexual, bi-sexual, lesbian, transgender as normal …  and in all honesty, once you open that door, wouldn’t they still be biased if they didn’t include a whole lot more sexual deviancies as well?

Our schools are being forced to indoctrinate our children and grandchildren to a new bias.

It’s obvious we need to pay more attention to what laws our legislators are passing.

William Yucha

Port Angeles

 

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