I've recently seen on the news where Virgina is adding Gender Identity Curriculum
to schools. Obviously parents are out raged because its not a choice, but I see it as a good thing. I do think Kindergarten is a little young to be starting out but I also think kids need to be educated more on their body and that it's okay to not identify as the sex you were assigned to at birth. I also think it's good for other kids to understand those who identify as gay/bi/trans/gender fluid.
I also see the side where people are going to say that it is the parent's job to educate their kids on such subjects, but I don't see parents willing to do that freely/being educated enough on the topic to do that. Plus you will have the close minded people who will drill into the kids mind how wrong it is.
I'm curious on the opinions of everyone else here, would you be okay with your kids being educated in a public school on this topic or do you think its something a parent should only teach their child?