Lee County Board Silent on LGBTQ Poster, District Says Displayed by Mistake, Picture Now Taken Down

By Eric Daugherty, Florida's Voice

April 12, 2022 Updated 10:35 AM ET

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April 12, 2022 Updated 10:34 A.M. ET

FORT MYERS (FCV) – After FCV reported that Gateway Elementary School is promoting a LGBTQ agenda-promoting poster, the district said that it was displayed by mistake.

The Lee County School District told FCV News via text that the poster was promoted in the Elementary School by mistake and has been taken down.

However, FCV reached out to all Lee County school board members and never received a response, raising questions as to what the board will do when their policy gets violated.

After FCV’s report, the Elementary School has now taken down the exposed image.

A Facebook post from the school showed a student standing in front of the poster.

The Lee County School Board voted last year to ban the promotion in all county schools after FCV Founder and Editor-In-Chief Brendon Leslie first exposed the embattled poster that riled up parents.

The poster explains sexual orientation and gender identity to students as young as kindergarten, saying that boys may use the girls’ restroom if they identify as a girl, despite innate biology.

The next Lee County School Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 12, at 6:00 P.M. EST.

Watch Brendon Leslie’s original report on the poster:

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