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Tuesday May 24, 2022

Telemundo hosts try and fail to denounce ‘anti-grooming’ law

This week, Telemundo launched La Mesa Caliente, a new afternoon talk show hosted by four Latino TV personalities who couldn’t resist discussing Florida’s new Parental Education Act, which activists described as ‘no gay’; Only one driver, Mirka Delanos, defended the role of parents in educating their children; The other three chose to defend what they did not fully understand: sex and gender.

Although Delanoos referred to the bill as “don’t call it gay,” he noted that the “controversial” law responds to a nationwide tendency for teachers to “take the liberty of teaching their children, in their classrooms, about sex,” while parents ” They want their children to have the right to be taught what they want, in whatever way they want. “

Mirka Delance: And the Florida Education Act passed controversial parental rights, known as “don’t say gay.” Say the same. The new project bans primary school teachers from talking about sexual orientation

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We know Florida has made this kind of decision because in the rest of the country we have seen teachers often taking the liberty of teaching their classmates about sex in their classrooms. And there are many parents who disagree because they want their children to have the right to be taught what they want, the way they want, in their own home.

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VERONICA BASTOS: Of course, but I think there is an age that should start talking to them. Of course in three years, four years, five years; It’s definitely the age, I think, where we should talk to him about this kind of thing.

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Gisele Blandett: What worries me is the kids at school. That they don’t have that freedom, they’re probably starting to show curiosity or interest, aren’t they? Maybe by someone of the same sex even if they are little.

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ALIX ASPE: At this age many children begin to recognize in a certain way. You’ve heard the word many times, and now that it’s completely blocked, it makes me very sad.

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Delance: But I do believe that sexuality and what kind of subject … identity is the most important thing for a child and a young man. That identity must be established at home

Hosts Giselle Blandett, Veronica Bastos, and Alex Aspe went on to talk about how boys under the age of 9 can be attracted to boys of their own sex, which suggests that parents need to accept it to protect them from lifelong trauma. However, and perhaps without realizing it, they reiterate the validity of the law. For example, when Delanoos said he believed that talking about “sexual problems in children under the age of nine” was “a way to kill their innocence”, Blandett countered.Depending on how much you are going to say”Exactly what the law protects now.

For his part, Bastos further observed, “Of course at the age of three, at the age of four, at the age of five, I think that’s where we should talk to him about these kinds of things.”

However, nothing prevented Host Alex Aspke from echoing the progressive talking points, “many kids at that age begin to recognize in a certain way. You’ve heard the word many times, and now it’s completely blockedIt makes me very sad We ask where the word “gay” is found in Aspen law or the word gay is “now completely blocked”?

ORIGITA: Those who like to give false information and promote liberal bias in the news feel blocked. As we have said many times, the Spanish-speaking audience in the country deserves much more.

Click on ‘Extend’ to read the full transcript of the segment mentioned above, which aired on March 9, 2022 at La Mesa Caliente in Telemundo.

Mirka Delance: And the Florida Education Act passed controversial parental rights, known as “don’t say gay.” Say the same. The new project bans primary school teachers from talking about sexual orientation Those who disagree say it could discourage minors in the LBTGI + community; And those who support it make sure that children do not talk about their sexuality at such a young age. The bill was approved by the Florida State Senate yesterday with 22 votes in favor and 17 against. So we know that Florida has made this kind of decision because in the rest of the country we have seen teachers often taking the liberty of teaching their children about sex in their classrooms. And there are many parents who disagree because they want their children to have the right to be taught what they want, the way they want, in their own home.

Gisele Blundt: I like that part. What worries me is the school children. That they don’t have that freedom, they’re probably starting to show curiosity or interest, aren’t they? Maybe by someone of the same sex even if they are little.

Delance: But the kids … I mean, under nine years old.

Blonde: But the bully is coming– I understand. But it’s amazing conversations that little kids have. And the problem I see is: Depression, what they feel – bullying. They start making fun of them, they feel lonely and that’s where the problems come from. The frustration that can lead to suicide is that you know that unfortunately more and more young people commit suicide because of it.

VERONICA BASTOS: Of course, but I think there is an age that should start talking to them. Of course in three years, four years, five years; It’s not necessarily the age, I think, where we should talk to him about such things. Now, all I want is for my daughter to grow up completely normal, when she sees that two mothers are going to take their little friend or two father, then I want her to understand that there is a family that is different from our father and mother, And that’s where we are at home. But I also believe that teachers need to understand him in some way. And he has two fathers and I have one, why?

Delance: The problem is, perhaps the situation here is not that the word gay should not be used. They need to find out… Now, I believe that sexual problems in children under the age of nine; Please, don’t kill them innocent …

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Blundet: But it depends on how much you tell him …

Delance: That’s right. Exactly. According to his age …

ALIX ASPE: And it’s not just that we have to talk about sex. This is what identity is all about. It makes me sad that it was approved in the state of Florida because it seems retrograde to me, it seems to me to be related to oppression, to isolation. At this age many children begin to recognize in a certain way. You’ve heard the word many times, and now that it’s completely blocked, it makes me very sad. And as a society I believe we are moving much further. Now, I also believe that children should grow up in a microcosm of what the real world is like; In the real world, there are people who are gay, there are people who are lesbian, there are people who are bisexual. There are non-binary, there are many types of people

Blundet: And we talk a lot about inclusion, I mean.

ASPE: Exactly. And as you may have heard, and understood, I think not only for those children who are identified as part of LGBTQ +, but also for others so that we are more empathetic, so that we are more empathetic.

Blonde: Total.

ASPE: More understandable, more respectful …

Delance: I agree that one should be sympathetic and treat everyone with love and care, but I think there are sexual problems and what kind.

ASPE: This is identity.

Delance: Well, the most important thing for a child and a young person is identity. That identity must be established at home with parents.

Blonde: And other things. Another issue. This thing about parents, sorry, teachers can call parents and tell them that their child has a certain attitude, or see themselves that way, seems very sensitive to me.

Delance: Don’t you want them to tell their parents?

Blonde: No, I’m a mother – I want to know what’s going on with my kids. However, I believe that in order to get through the process I have to give them space …

Mirka: Not at the age of nine. They are too small.

Blundet: But wait, no, no, no, but wait, Mirka. The problem is maybe your daughter comes and tells you something, or my kids come and talk to me and I know how to listen to them. But there are many homes where things are different.

ASPE:… More off.

Blundet:… Where they do not have that communication and it can be worse.

Batos: There you have to call things as they are. And it seems to me absolutely discriminatory that they don’t say the word gay.

Delance: That’s the problem. This is the central theme.

Batos: That’s the problem. Teaching our kids this from an early age is absolutely awesome.

Delance: The problem is that they encouraged the word gay; The term gay should be used – however, the decision should be made in each person’s home. Let the parents decide.

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