Ok so I've read all the replies now. Not sure I want to get involved as I just don't know enough about the topic and don't want to offend anyone. But as someone who had only vaguely heard about safe schools program before, this has been an eye opener for sure! Definitely not what I thought it was (for starters, I didn't know it had anything to do with transgender issues or homosexuality. I was under the impression it was about bullying in general.
I'll have to do some reading up about child appropriate conversations so I can prepare my kids.
What age should parents start talking about sex with their children?
I agree with comments earlier in this thread about parents having to teach their children about diversity and acceptance from an early age in the home. People aren't born homophobic or bigoted. It's definitely a learned mindset. The SSP sounds like something that society as a whole would benefit from if it parents were the ones to sit through it.