State Farm Pushing Distribution of LGBTQ+ Books to Five-Year-Olds

State Farm, a familiar name in insurance for generations of Americans, aims to enlist hundreds of its agents nationally to distribute LGBTQ+ books to kids as young as five.

Khaki-wearing Jake from State Farm has some explaining to do.

An employee whistleblower leaked an email from Jose Soto, State Farm’s Corporate Responsibility Analyst, to all Florida agents. It announced a collaboration with the GenderCool Project to increase kid’s access to LGBTQ+ books and having “empowering conversations” with ages 5+.

The email, dated Jan. 18, 2022, said State Farm is recruiting six agents in Florida to receive the books and “donate them to their community” by the end of April. And that’s just a drop in the bucket.

The email further reveals that roughly 550 agents and employees nationwide will get this opportunity. Each is to donate a three-book bundle “to their local teacher, community center, or library.”

The bundle includes “A Kid’s Book About Being Transgender,” “A Kid’s Book About Being Non-Binary, and “A Kid’s Book About Being Inclusive.” The email promotes the State Farm initiative as a way to support the LGBTQ+ community and improve the world.

Consumers’ Research, a national nonprofit, is rolling out an ad campaign highlighting the insurance company as a “creepy neighbor.” A narrator cites State Farm’s long-time “good neighbor” slogan before asking if a good neighbor would want to talk to five-year-olds about gender identity.

The Florida connection is blatantly obvious. These books, under the state’s new Parental Rights in Education Act, will not be permitted for kindergarten through third grade. Florida also has a new law giving parents a searchable database of all books available in school.

The GenderCool Project and its partners at State Farm, Consumers’ Research says, are circumventing parents to reach kids. In a statement, State Farm calls the program “strictly voluntary” and says the program has “evolved.”

The issue here has been, is, and will continue to be children. As long as advocates and their corporate partners seek to indoctrinate young kids with transgender and “fluidity” ideas, parents will fight back. Who expected this from their “good neighbor” insurance agent?