Telemundo hostesses try to denounce Florida anti-grooming laws, fail

This week, Telemundo has launched Hot table, The Hot Table, an afternoon talk show hosted by four Latin television personalities who couldn’t resist discussing the new Florida Parental Rights in Education Bill, labeled ‘Don’t Say Gay’ by activists; Only one hostess, Mirka Delanos, actually stood up for the role of parents in educating their children; One of the topics chosen to go with the other three is appropriately condemned as the youngest outfit that they do not fully understand: sex and gender.

Although Delanoos dropped the bill for saying “don’t call me gay,” he noted that the “controversial” law addresses the tendency of teachers across the country to “embrace the freedom to teach their children in the classroom.” , About sex “, when parents” want their children the right to be able to teach them what they want, the way they want, in their own home. “

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Mirka Delance: And Florida has passed a controversial law on parental rights in education that is known, listen to this, don’t say gay. Say the same. The new bill bans primary school teachers from talking about sexual orientation.

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

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VERONICA BASTOS: Well, I believe there is an age where one can start talking to them, of course at the age of three, at the age of four, at the age of five; Not necessarily age, I think, where you should talk to them 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 already starting to show curiosity or interest, right? In someone of the same sex even if they are very young

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ALIX ASPE: At this age many children begin to recognize in a certain way. They have heard the word many times, and it is now completely blocked, it makes me very sad.

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Delance: Yes, but sex and identity are important issues for children. But that identity has to be established at home

Fellow hostess Giselle Blandett, Veronica Bastos and Alex Aspe went on to discuss how children under the age of 9 can be very well attracted to children of their own sex – something that parents must prevent lifelong trauma. However, and perhaps unknowingly, they actually confirmed the validity of the bill. For example, when Delanoos said he believed “the sexual content of children under the age of nine” was a way to kill them, Blundet added; “It depends on how much you tell them.Exactly what was said for the bill.

Bastos, for his part, said, “At the age of three, at the age of four, at the age of five, (it) is not necessarily age, I think, where to talk to them about this kind of thing.”

However, nothing prevented Host Alex Aspec from parroting progressive talking points, “Many children at this age begin to recognize in a certain way. They have heard the word many times, and it is now completely blocked, it makes me very sad“Where in the law, we might ask, did Aspe read any mention of the word ‘gay’ or was the word gay” now completely blocked “?”

Hint: Those who feel blocked are the ones who want to give wrong information in order to comply with the liberal bias in the news. As we have said many times before, the Spanish-speaking audience in the country deserves better.

Click to enlarge to see the full transcript of the aforementioned segment as it airs on Telemundo’s La Mesa Redonda on Wednesday, March 9, 2022:

Mirka Delance: And Florida has passed a controversial law on parental rights in education that is known, listen to this, don’t say gay. Say the same. The new bill bans primary school teachers from talking about sexual orientation. Those who disagree say it could discourage children in the LBTGI + community; And those who support it say that children should not talk about their sexuality at such a young age. The law was passed by 22 to 17 votes in the Florida state Senate yesterday. So, we know that Florida has made this kind of decision because the rest of the country has seen teachers being deprived of freedom a lot of the time. Teaching kids about sex in the classroom. And there are many parents who disagree because they want their children to have the right to be taught what they want in their own home, the way they want.

Gisele Blundet: This part is good with me. What worries me is the school children. That they don’t have that freedom, they’re already starting to show curiosity or interest, right? In someone of the same sex even if they are very young

Delance: They are children under the age of nine.

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Blundet: I understand. But the little kids ’conversations are amazing. And, the problem I see is: frustration, intimidation. They are made fun of, they feel lonely and that’s where the problems work. The frustration that can lead to suicide, which you know is that unfortunately, more and more young people are committing suicide.

VERONICA BASTOS: Well, I believe there is an age where one can start talking to them, of course at the age of three, at the age of four, at the age of five; Not necessarily age, I think, where you should talk to them about this kind of thing. Now, all I want is for my daughter to grow up to be completely normal, when she sees that two mothers are going to take her little friend or two fathers, I want her to realize that we have a separate family with parents and mother, and Like. But I also think that teachers need to understand them somehow. And why does he have two parents and I have one, or why?

Delance: The problem is that maybe the situation here doesn’t say that the word gay should not be used. They need to find out … Now, I believe that children under the age of nine are the subject of sex; Please, we are not going to kill them innocently …

Crossstall

Blonde: It depends on how much you tell them.

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ALIX ASPE: … not that you have to talk about sex. Here we have to talk about identity. It made me very sorry, it was approved in the state of Florida, because to me it seems retrograde, I think it has to be done with oppression, with isolation. At that age many children begin to recognize in a certain way. They have heard the word many times, and it is now completely blocked, it makes me very sad. And as a society I thought we were far ahead. 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

Blonde: … to include

ASPE: Exactly. And the sooner you hear it, and realize that it’s not just for kids who are identified as part of LGBTQ +, to be much more sympathetic to others, to be more empathetic.

Crossstall

Delance: I agree that one should be sympathetic and give love and affection to everyone, but I believe that sexuality and identity are the most important issues for children. But that identity has to be established at home and through the house like any other thing.

BLONDETT: That parents, sorry, teachers can call parents and say that maybe their child has a certain attitude, or they are showing a certain attitude, I think it is very subtle.

Delance: You don’t want them to be called?

Blundet: No, I want to know as a mother what is going on with my kids. However, I think they should also be given a place to go through their process, but wait, no, no, no, but wait, Mirka. The problem is maybe your kids come and tell you something, or my kids come and talk to me and I know how to listen to them. But there are many homes where everything is different.

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Blonde: … maybe they don’t communicate and it can make things worse.

Bastos: You have to say things as they are. Saying ‘no’ to the word homosexual is totally discriminatory to me.

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

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