CARMEL, Ind. — REAL News Central Indiana has learned Carmel High School has been pushing “Speed Dating” for students and CHS staff. The event focuses on having teachers delve into the sexual preferences of minor children in an “intimate and anonymous” way.
“With intersectionality at the heart of our work, we designed a series of voluntary professional development opportunities to meet and learn more about our diverse student population,” an article published by the school district last year explains. “Every session we learn more about the LGBTQ+ community.”
The article then quotes a “non-binary” student who reflects on what she spoke to her teachers about.
“I wanted to share my experiences with my teachers to help them gain a better understanding of what it has been like for me at school,” said sophomore Caitlin (they/them). “I think it was important that teachers got the opportunity to hear us and learn from us. When we brought the panel up with the members of the Gender-Sexuality Alliance, they were super excited to share their thoughts on what teachers should know.”
The article goes on to explain CHS staff are not only celebrating the “speed dating” event, but staff are looking at other ways to continue to sexualize children by “setting up additional audiences with student volunteers through clubs and groups.”
The speed dating event recently caught the eye of the organization Gays Against Groomers that took to social media to express its disgust with the inappropriate nature of sexualizing minor children in a public school.
“A school in Indiana has been using ‘speed dating’ between teachers and students as away to learn about one another in a way that is ‘intimate and anonymous,'” GAG posted on X (formerly known as Twitter). “They also provide resources for other teachers to do the same in their classrooms. This is inappropriate on so many levels. Parents should be furious. We definitely are.”
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