Push THIS Button to Protect Children

Many people think there are only two genders, girls and boys, but this is not true. There are many ways to be a boy, a girl, both or neither. Gender identity is about how you feel about yourself inside.”From a 1st & 2nd Grade Sex Ed Curriculum “Understanding Our Bodies”


If you believe elementary-aged children deserve to be protected from being told they can make up their gender, hide it from their parents and live a life free from terms like “boy” and “girl”, “Mom” and “Dad” and that their puberty can be “paused”……would you take five minutes to let legislators know that right now ?CLICK HERE to send a short, simple email with one push to every member of the Alaska House Education Committee in support of HB105, the parental rights bill Governor Dunleavy has introduced.The bill’s second public hearing is Thursday, April 13th at 5:15pm. It does three very simple things – 1) Prevents public schools from hiding a child’s sexual identity or health records from parents,2) Requires parental permission before educators discuss any sexual matters with students.3) Ensures that schools separate locker rooms and restrooms according to biological sex at birth.

Testimony at the first public hearing in the House Education Committee was overwhelmingly opposed to the bill, thanks to educational unions, LGBTQ activist organizations and groups like Planned Parenthood urging their supporters to call, email and write against the parental rights bill.If you’re able to call in for the next hearing this Thursday, that’s great but a written email is just as effective and can be done at your convenience. The Committee members simply need to know there is widespread support for parental rights in Alaska and that HB105 is the vehicle for making that happen.CLICK HERE now to send your short email in support of HB105. Click HERE for Governor Dunleavy’s short letter to House Speaker Cathy Tilton on why he submitted the bill.


To testify by phone on HB105, call any of the following numbers this Thursday, April 13th, at 5:15 p.m.

— Juneau: (907) 586-9085

— Anchorage: (907) 563-9085

— Statewide: (844) 586-9085


Jim Minnery Signature  Jim Minnery – President