Researchers claim they want students to answer these questions to help collect data on bullying and discrimination.


Having the students answer these questions will not help with the collection of data on bullying and discrimination.

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Indiana University Equity Project wants to add gender-identity and sexual orientation to school-age children surveys. They claim this is to help them collect data on bullying and discrimination in the schools. They want students age 10 and up to answer these questions on gender and sex.

Do you think this necessary to stop the bullying and harassment in schools against students who may be believe they are apart of the LGBT community?

Do you think children as young as 10 should be thinking about changing their gender and sexual orientation? Are we allowing the leftist to continue to push our children into the arms of the LGBT community by promoting this type of question on a survey?

Should school surveys ask gender identity questions?