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A national publisher of children’s books has refocused its marketing on a hot new trend: diversity.

But it’s not tackling the subject on its own. As Scholastic gears up for back-to-school presentations with its book fairs, the publisher is teaming up with a nonprofit coalition that promotes “diverse books.”

The official catalog of this year’s Scholastic book fair cycle shows the publisher taking a hard turn toward literature that highlights issues of sexual identity, intersectionality and social justice. It was first documented by The Federalist.

For example, instead of introducing children to Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet,” Scholastic promotes the book “Star Crossed,” a bisexual version of the play.

It’s centered around a female character who plays Romeo in a middle-school play – and ends up falling in love with the also-female Juliet. The catalog ponders, referring to a middle-school student:

“Could she really be crushing on both boys and girls?”

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-09-0...ism-school
(09-07-2019, 10:54 AM)Talon Wrote: [ -> ]A national publisher of children’s books has refocused its marketing on a hot new trend: diversity.

But it’s not tackling the subject on its own. As Scholastic gears up for back-to-school presentations with its book fairs, the publisher is teaming up with a nonprofit coalition that promotes “diverse books.”

The official catalog of this year’s Scholastic book fair cycle shows the publisher taking a hard turn toward literature that highlights issues of sexual identity, intersectionality and social justice. It was first documented by The Federalist.

For example, instead of introducing children to Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet,” Scholastic promotes the book “Star Crossed,” a bisexual version of the play.

It’s centered around a female character who plays Romeo in a middle-school play – and ends up falling in love with the also-female Juliet. The catalog ponders, referring to a middle-school student:

   “Could she really be crushing on both boys and girls?”

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-09-0...ism-school

We really need to take back the educational institutions and stop this post-modernist marxist bullshit.
(09-07-2019, 02:54 PM)St. Blue Dude Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-07-2019, 10:54 AM)Talon Wrote: [ -> ]A national publisher of children’s books has refocused its marketing on a hot new trend: diversity.

But it’s not tackling the subject on its own. As Scholastic gears up for back-to-school presentations with its book fairs, the publisher is teaming up with a nonprofit coalition that promotes “diverse books.”

The official catalog of this year’s Scholastic book fair cycle shows the publisher taking a hard turn toward literature that highlights issues of sexual identity, intersectionality and social justice. It was first documented by The Federalist.

For example, instead of introducing children to Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet,” Scholastic promotes the book “Star Crossed,” a bisexual version of the play.

It’s centered around a female character who plays Romeo in a middle-school play – and ends up falling in love with the also-female Juliet. The catalog ponders, referring to a middle-school student:

   “Could she really be crushing on both boys and girls?”

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-09-0...ism-school

We really need to take back the educational institutions and stop this post-modernist marxist bullshit.

EXACTLY!!