CALL TO ACTION: protect our children from porn in public schools – ROUND 2

Last week we published an Action Alert asking you to contact Florida Speaker Sprowls and Senate President Simpson regarding their failure to protect our public school children from pornography and age-inappropriate gender indoctrination. Despite upping the pressure via an open letter and listing more than 30 groups supporting us in this, no action has been taken by Sprowls or Simpson. Now, even the Epoch Times is chiming in with their article titled “Child Advocacy Group Pleads With Lawmakers to Protect Children From ‘Sexually Explicit Material’ and ‘Gender Indoctrination’”, subtitled “Why is Speaker of the Florida House Chris Sprowls and Senate President Wilton Simpson unsupportive of parental involvement in education and protection of our children?”. Excellent questions. But no answers coming from Sprowls or Simpson.

ACTION

With the added exposure of the Epoch Times article, we’re asking you to ratchet up the volume of your voices as well. We have tweaked the petition that we targeted at Sprowls and Simpson last week, and are asking you to send this updated petition (below) to both of them, and to CALL them as well:

  • Sprowls 727-793-2810
  • Simpson 352-688-5077

Demand that Speaker Sprowls and President Simpson act NOW to prove that they ARE supportive of parental involvement in education and protection of our children.

NOTE REGARDING PETITION: Your impact will be greater if you take a few minutes to write your own subject and rewrite some of the email message to be in your own words. Leaders and their staffs tend to pay less attention to emails that are identical copies of what they’ve seen before. But if you take the time to change it (or at least SOME of it), it indicates that you care enough about the issue to spend some time constructing your message.

 


NOTE: if you submit the petition via a mobile device and receive an “invalid email” message, please make sure you’re manually entering all the petition form fields (not using auto-fill of any kind). If the problem persists, please try again on a computer. We are aware of the mobile device issue and are working to fix it as soon as possible.

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