Parents Use Inclusion Rules to Remove LGBT Symbols From School
January 21, 2023 | New Jersey
Putting up signage that represents only sexual minority groups is not “inclusive,” parents told New Jersey’s Long Valley Middle School.
For about five years, the middle school posted square signs showing a rainbow triangle outside many of its classrooms, parents said. This designated the classrooms as a “safe space” for LGBT students.
But the school lacked signage declaring any “safe spaces” for other groups, said local Board of Education member John Holly. And for this reason, the rainbow triangle signs violated the school’s policies.
“They’re saying that these stickers are safe spaces for some kids, but our view was the classrooms in our schools need to be safe spaces for all kids,” Holly said… (Excerpt from The Epoch Times)