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May 24, 2022

State Farm Under Fire: “Woke Indoctrination of Kids”

State Farm is under fire over leaked emails allegedly showing that the company promoted gender fluidity and transgenderism to children.

“Emails leaked to [Consumers First] from concerned [State Farm] employees show the company engaged in the woke indoctrination of kids age 5+,” Consumers’ Research’s Executive Director Will Hild wrote on Twitter.

“State Farm partnered with The GenderCool Project — which aims to have conversations with children about being Transgender and Non-Binary.”

The email, addressed to State Farm agents in Florida, reads: “State Farm is partnering with The GenderCool Project to help diversify classroom, community center and library bookshelves with a collection of books to help bring clarity and understanding to the national conversation about Being Transgender, Inclusive and Non-Binary. The project’s goal is to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children Age 5+.”

State Farm defended the program in a statement.

“Participants are not being asked to share with schools,” the company told the Washington Examiner. “We recognize and value the diversity of all people, and support a culture of respect and inclusion in the communities in which we live and work, as well as our workplace. The LGBTQ+ community is a valued part of the communities we serve and are valued members of our workplace.”


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State Farm donating transgender books for 5-year-olds to schools in Florida

10 comments on State Farm Under Fire: “Woke Indoctrination of Kids”

  1. Ben says:

    Evil Grooming Bastads

  2. I have had state farm for over 50 years I am now looking for another non woke Insurance co.I will not do buisness with a woke company that puts our children into education that farther confuses a child growing up

  3. Virginia says:

    How sad our world has become for childten. They are faced with more confusing situations in school and online and especially from woke companies who sell sneakers and clothes represented by athletes who make millions from our impressionable children. We must try to instill happiness and acceptance and love for who they really are.

  4. A. Ray says:

    I too am looking for a healthy alternative to State Farm, a company I have been with for decades.

  5. WAKE UP and smell the coffee DUMMIES!!!!!!! says:

    Hey George what do you tell your child the when one day they ask you the question about transgender because they herd it from another child, what do you say to them? (I don’t know because I’m not in reality)I haven’t “WOKE” up yet.

  6. Tom says:

    Can not believe State Farm would lower themselves to pander to such a fringe group. Did the company increase their income by this move? Wonder how much income they are going to lose because of this move? What employee thought this was good? That employee should be shown the door to unemployment!

  7. William J Stephens says:

    Why do companies such as State Farm feel they need to meddle in topics like this? For Pete’s sake, can’t they just sell insurance and leave the education-indoctrination of children to the parents? It makes me sick, and if I had a State Farm policy of any kind, I would switch carriers pronto. Politics is another area companies that sell to the public need to back away from.

  8. AL says:

    People keep wondering why the LGBTQ+ crowd push “educate” young children. The State Farm quote says it all. They want to have “challenging, important and empowering conversations with children Age 5+.” “Challenging” to the kids because they are labeled “haters” if they do not identify as another gender,, and “empowering” to the adults intimidating the kids.
    They want to supposedly “empower” kids by telling them “your mom and dad are wrong.”

  9. Ewizard says:

    I wanted to be like “Superman” for a while when I was a boy. Even got up on several garage roofs to jump off and finally picked one that looked doable and jumped once. No damage just a sharp pains. Superman wasn’t for me. If my school and parents encouraged me to go that route……….then what? If every option that’s available in life is offered to a child then how are decisions made? Not by jumping of roofs into the unknown and unknowable.

  10. JOSEPH BRUNO says:

    INSANITY.!!!!!!! SELL INSURANCE OR WHAT EVER IT IS YOU AS A COMPANY DOES BEST. WE DO NOT NEED POLITICIANS OR CEO OF COMPANIES TELLING FAMILIES HOW TO RAISE THIER KIDS. WE ELECT POLICTIANS TO VOTE OUR WILL. THEY GET ELECTED AND DO WHAT THEY THINK IS RIGHT [IF YOUR ELECTED OFFICIAL IS NOT VOTING FOR POLICIES THAT YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH LET THEM KNOW AND DO NOT VOTE FOR THEM AGAIN

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