President Joe Biden's State Department will provide funding to a public university in India to train a corps of “master trainers” and then train more than 2,000 people to become “LGBTQI+ allies,” according to a government spending database. He says he will be training.
Washington State University received $15,000 (WSU) from the Department of State in July 2023 to host a three-day workshop to train 30 people and ultimately 2,500 LGBTQI+ allies. The goal was to “help deepen understanding of LGBTQI+ people.” Diversity and Inclusion” according to Stored in the federal spending database. The exercise took place in India from September 25th to September 27th. according to Go to the university website.
The State Department provided grants under programs designed to “support the achievement of the foreign policy goals and objectives of the United States, advance national interests, and strengthen national security,” according to the federal spending database. The university's website says the training aimed to “increase the comfort level of all participants regarding issues faced by members of the LGBTQI+ community.” (Related: Biden administration has made exporting 'LGBT ideology' a key foreign policy priority, report says)
Individuals who attend the training will be coached on the appropriate use of “LGBTQI+ language,” taught about the intersection of LGBTQI+ identity and faith, taught about LGBTQ+ history, and receive hours of allyship training, according to the workshop schedule. received.
The State Department distributed several grants to promote LGBTQI+ ideology around the world under the Biden administration.
As of June 30, the State Department had disbursed $4.6 million to organizations in 55 countries to fund LGBTQI+ activities. according to To the Washington Free Beacon.
State Department grants include supporting “queer” Islamic writers in India, providing classes for transgender “makeup entrepreneurs” in Nepal, and providing an LGBTQ+ program in Portugal that featured pedophilia and incest content. This includes funding for film festivals.
Conservative groups including heritage foundation and the Family Research Council argued that exporting LGBTQI+ ideology has been a priority for the State Department since President Biden took office.
“Attempts to export controversial current views held by a small and ephemeral political majority do not advance U.S. interests abroad,” the Heritage Foundation report states. are very likely to provoke opposition to them.”
Washington State University and the State Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment from the Daily Caller News Foundation.
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