Millstone of the Month: An LGBTQ Program in Dallas Schools Operates Without Consent

“Teachers should be focused on educating their students with age-appropriate curricula, not becoming ‘allies’ in a war against basic biology,” says USPIE Founder Sheri Few.

By Published on March 6, 2024

COLUMBIA, S.C. — An LGBTQ program in the Dallas region has been caught working with district schoolteachers without consent from Dallas Independent School Districts (DISD) officials. The Out for Safe Schools program is designed to connect teachers with a transgender-affirming clinic called the Resource Center and educate them on how to be “allies” with trans-identifying students. Despite an initial conversation about a partnership, no agreement was ever signed by DISD officials, making the program’s presence in the district highly inappropriate and unwarranted.

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This extreme overreach is a prime example of the underhanded programming happening in government schools. This is the reason United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE), a leader in the fight for parental rights and government removal from education, awards the March “Millstone of the Month Award” to the Out for Safe Schools program leaders Mahoganie Gaston and Rafael McDonnell. The Millstone of the Month Award is given to the person or organization involved in government schools that has committed the most egregious acts against children.

“The fact that these programs even exist in government schools is bad enough, but now they are even appearing without the districts’ consent,” said USPIE Founder and Executive Director Sheri Few. “This underhanded attempt to indoctrinate teachers and students with the LGBTQ agenda reveals how depraved these activists truly are. Teachers should be focused on educating their students with age-appropriate curricula, not becoming ‘allies’ in a war against basic biology. Even as we fight to end the horrors happening in government schools, parents must remain a step ahead and remove their children from this insidious influence.”

Resources Are Available to Fight Back

For parents wondering how to save their children from the toxic propaganda in government schools, USPIE offers powerful resources that equip concerned citizens to fight back against the indoctrination happening in government schools. USPIE’s latest film, Truth & Lies in American Education, uncovers what is being taught there, such as critical race theory, Marxist ideology, and other anti-American ideals. Truth & Lies in American Education actually follows Few’s own daughter-in-law, April, as she learns about the horrors of the American school system, addressing questions such as:

  • Are standardized tests being used for data collection?
  • Is there a federal education scheme to control the nation’s economy?
  • Why is the study of history so often anti-American and anti-Christian?
  • Are children being taught to become political activists?
  • What is the true aim of “comprehensive” sex education?
  • How much transgender influence is there in government schools?
  • What about critical race theory and the 1619 Project?

Truth & Lies in American Education is available for streaming on SalemNOW, as well on DVD. For more information about the film, click here.


United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) is a nonprofit, nationwide coalition that seeks to return education to its proper local roots and restore parental authority over their children’s education by helping parents and local communities to escape federal and other national influences. It aspires to create a culture in which parents are the undisputed primary educators of their children, local schools  support families, and education is unencumbered by federal mandates.

For more information on United States Parents Involved in Education, visit or it on Facebook or Twitter.

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