U.S. State to Require 2nd Graders to Learn About Gender Identity: ‘You Might Feel Like A Boy’

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In the state of New Jersey, public schools have adopted a new set of sex education guidelines that will take effect in September.

Fox News confirms that a sample lesson shows second graders will receive lessons related to gender identity.

The lesson plan includes discussing “the range of ways people express their gender and how gender role stereotypes may limit behavior.”

“You might feel like you’re a boy even if you have body parts that some people might tell you are ‘girl’ parts,” the sample NJ plan states.

“You might feel like you’re a girl even if you have body parts that some people might tell you are ‘boy’ parts,” the lesson plan states.

Parents received the lesson plans during a Board of Education meeting on Feb. 22.

“Gender identity is that feeling of knowing your gender,” the lesson plan continues.

“And you might not feel like you’re a boy or a girl, but you’re a little bit of both. No matter how you feel, you’re perfectly normal!”

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Another lesson plan for second graders is titled “Understanding Our Bodies.”

It tells teachers to instruct students that “there are some body parts that mostly just girls have and some parts that mostly just boys have.”

“Being a boy or a girl doesn’t have to mean you have those parts, but for most people this is how their bodies are,” the plan states.

“Most people have a vulva and a vagina or a penis and testicles, but some people’s bodies can be different. Your body is exactly what is right for you.”

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One school district in the state distributed sample lesson plans indicating first graders could be taught they can have “boy parts” but “feel like” a girl.

One lesson plan, “Purple, Pink and Blue,” instructs teachers to talk to their first graders about gender identity, and its first objective is to have the students be able to define “gender, gender identity and gender role stereotypes.”

The lesson’s second objective is to have students name “at least two things they’ve been taught about gender role stereotypes and how those things may limit people of all genders.”

The objectives for this second grade lesson include having children be able to “identify at least four body parts” from female and male genitalia, and for students to describe “why it is important for them to know the correct names for the genitals.”

A spokesperson for Westfield Public Schools told Fox News Digital that the teaching materials were not the school district’s plans. The school superintendent told Fox News Digital that the materials presented to parents at the February Board of Education meeting were a “sample list of resources” aligned with state policy.

“During a presentation at the Feb. 22 Board of Education meeting, we provided an update on the district’s work to revise the Comprehensive Health and Physical Education curriculum,” Superintendent Dr. Raymond González said.

“The presentation included a sample list of resources aligned to the New Jersey Student Learning Standards to be considered as school districts work on revisions to the health and PE curriculum.

“We made it clear at the meeting and subsequent meetings that these are resources only — they are not state-mandated — and that the district is in the process of developing its revised curriculum to meet state standards,” the superintendent continued.