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Scarry: Teachers Concerned About Florida Law Should Try Teaching Academics, Not Sexuality

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“Teachers who do feel this absolute need, that it’s imperative they talk about their pronouns and who they’re dating and who they’re sleeping with with their children … maybe these are things that people don’t need to hear about specifically in grades kindergarten through third because that’s what the bulk of this law, to the extent that it actually talks about this stuff, that’s what it deals with,” The Federalist’s D.C. Columnist Eddie Scarry said on “Fox and Friends First” on Friday.

“Kids in kindergarten through third grade don’t necessarily need to learn or care about what your pronouns and who you’re dating are. In fact, you might just instead talk about math and reading and grammar,” he added.