The popular book George is also used as a teaching tool for elementary students. It's a story of a 10-year-old boy who is hiding his true identity from his family and friends but unveils his true self to the community in a school production of Charlotte's Web.
In addition to its promotion of sexual politics, the book undermines parental authority by casting George's mother as a non-ally while the school principal (whose office is decorated with LGBTQ affirming posters) saves the day. This message of parents as the "non-ally" is the justification used to have secret conversations with children without parens knowing.
What is a parent to do?
Talk to your kids each day about what they learned and what books were assigned and who was in the classroom.
By all means, seek to understand (Prov. 2) and use these great materials: