The ACLU of Alaska, which is now heavily invested in promoting gender confusion and sexual identity experimentation among Alaska’s youth, is hosting a training session this month to enlist Mat-Su teens in promoting the LGBTQ agenda in local schools.

The Aug. 8 talk titled, “Know Your Rights: Gender Expression & Discrimination,” will occur at Black Birch Books in Wasilla, the same location where the ACLU recently hosted a brainstorming session to fight the Mat-Su School District’s effort to remove highly sexualized books from school libraries.

The upcoming training targets middle and high school students in an effort to equip them in advancing transgender, lesbian, gay, non-binary and other forms of so-called “gender expression.”


Concerned Mat-Su residents, who wish to quietly crash the training session to see how the ACLU is influencing local youth, can do so by clicking here to RSVP. The meeting is on Aug. 8, 5:30-7:30 p.m. An RSVP is required to attend.

“This training is geared towards middle and high school students, but parents and supporters are welcome to join,” a notice for the event states.

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ACLU training Mat-Su teens to be ‘gender expression’ activists in local schools

Joel Davidson
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