Gay Bars Are Now Part Of Elementary Schools Curriculums’

The Florida Department of Education is currently investigating the Wilton Manors Elementary School which sent a bus full of students on a field trip to Rosie’s, a local gay bar.

A school board member announced the field trip on Wednesday and now the event is being looked into for discovery of any “legally sufficient complaint” that could be brought against the institution.

Sarah Leonardi, a board member of the Broward County School system attended the field trip herself and commented on how “honored” she felt to be invited along on the event. She said that the students “learned a lot about our community,” and added that the gay bar hosts this trip annually for children. She added that she would prefer the field trip happen even more often than that.

Photos taken at the event show an estimated 18 children under ten years old wearing matching t-shirts and masks outside of Rosies.

Social media was in an outrage over the photos, criticizing the school board for taking students to any kind of bar.

Items found on Rosie’s menu include “Rhoda Cowboy,” “Beet Your Brains Out,” “Ivana Hooker,” “Young Ranch Hand,” and “Naked Sweaty Lovin’,” according to the menu posted on their website. The bar calls itself a place where you can “see” and “be seen.”

Florida’s tourism marketing company cites many sources that call the Wilton Manors area “Florida’s most famous gayborhood.”

Broward County schools defied the order of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis which banned masks in schools. The school cited concerns of safety for faculty and students, but Local 10 reports that the district plans on lifting the mandate on November 1st.

According to Rosie’s, the children were given special child friendly menus that contained three options. The stated purpose of the field trip is to familiarize students with the types of jobs performed in the restaurant industry, the steps involved in starting a restaurant, and how to order food and leave a tip.

Author: Larry Johnson