Khan Academy, a free online resource for homeschooling, includes some LGBT material, according to LifeSite News.
In one Khan Academy session, the lesson, “Irregular Plural Nouns: from ‘f’ to ‘ves,’” the student is asked to choose the correct plural noun to use in the given sentence.
“Brittany and Sofia went to lunch with their (blank) every Saturday,” the sentence reads.
The choices given are “wifes” and “wives.”
“Activist Mommy,” Elizabeth Johnston, told her readers on her blog, that Khan Academy has an “agenda.”
“It didn’t take long for leftism to creep in,” she said.
“Some might say that a parent could simply skip this one question while working with their homeschooled child, but the only reason this question even exists is that we have buried our heads in the sand and skipped over this garbage for far too long," Johnston said Monday on her online blog. "If you think it's just this one question, think again. There's no doubt more material from this company, and likely others will soon follow suit."
Khan Academy has received a Gates Foundation grant and another more than $17 million in funding. According to CBN News, the site is funded by corporate and private investors with “agendas.”
“This is proof once again that the gay agenda has never been about assuring equality for all,” Arthur Schaper of California Mass Resistance told LifeSite News. "It's about imposing a destructive agenda on our culture and our society, and is determined to undermine Judeo-Christian values and the United States as a whole. It is anti-family, anti-life, and anti-biology."
He added that he believes Khan Academy’s work to “indoctrinate children” will “backfire.”
“The younger generation — Generation Z, born on or after 1998 — is resisting this rigid secularization,” he said. “Turning the whole LGBTQ agenda into a set of dry homework assignments will only further de-legitimize the movement."
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