4-H LGBTQ: Transgender revolution in rural America

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“I am completely dismayed that 4-H would bow to a politically correct agenda like this,” says one 4-H volunteer in a small north Idaho town of fewer than 1,500 people, where several dedicated club leaders tell WND they are worried sick they will have to dissolve their recently formed 4-H chapter.

Either that, they say, or support new LGBTQ guidelines instructing the century-old, largely rural, agricultural youth organization to embrace a radical sexual/gender diversity agenda – everything from being required to use special transgender pronouns, to allowing biological men to use women’s restrooms, locker rooms and overnight accommodations, and much more.

And yet, the government agency that sponsors 4-H says it’s all a big mistake.

That’s for sure.

But let’s start at the beginning.

4-H was created in the early 1900s for rural youth out of a desire to encourage practical and “hands-on” learning, connecting public school education with country life. Representing “Head, Heart, Hands and Health,” the four H’s encourage traditional values of clear thinking, loyalty, service and good living. Almost from the beginning, 4-H has existed under the umbrella of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with local chapters operating under state university extension departments.

Recently, while perusing the website of 4-H’s …read more

Source:: World Net Daily