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Brenda Lebsack

Brenda Lebsack, teacher of 30 years, former school board member, Orange Unified School District. Brenda fights to protect children from  “Comprehensive Sex Ed,” a hyper-sexualized narrative on gender that pulls children from their parents,  exposing them to direct communication with adults on sexual platforms.

Lebsack on the Los Angeles Dodgers' Pride Night Scandal

The Los Angeles Dodgers are facing backlash for promoting what has been described as an anti-Catholic drag group due to the fact of their mockery of Catholic traditions and beliefs. 

Brenda Lebsack, a teacher of 30 years and former school board member of Orange Unified School District, sees this as an affront not only to Catholics, but to all people of faith and conscience. This call for multi-religious solidarity is one of the emphases in her recently published The Orange County Register article.

Read Brenda’s piece responding to the on-again-off-again decision of the Los Angeles Dodgers to award with special honors to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence on the game they scheduled as “Pride Night” can be found here.

Read the full article here


Read Charisma News article on Brenda's efforts vis a vis suicide hotlines and the Trevor Project 


Visit Brenda's Website, Brenda4Kids, Watch Brenda's Video 

Brenda has created a captivating, but far more urgently an important and informative website, Brenda4Kids,  dedicated to protecting children from groomers and predators. Please be sure to visit and become involved.

Here is Brenda's most recent video, revealing horrifying news of how predatory groups are exploiting the vulnerable, and exploiting the school environment. It is urgent that we be aware


Brenda's Letter to Detective Pacheco, Sergeant Lizardi and DA Spitzer

Dear Detective Pacheco, Sergeant Lizardi and DA Spitzer,

I would like a Case Number concerning the evidence I turned in about the mental health crisis line Trevor Project /Trevor Space that is in our schools (SAUSD, and others) where minors are being mixed with random adults to chat about their sexualities.
As a teacher in SAUSD I am a mandated reporter and parents do not know that adult strangers (internationally) have access to their children through the crisis hotlines given to them through our schools. This is a serious matter and the red flags seem obvious.
If I need to resend screen shots, I would be happy to do so.

Screen shots where participants say, “I’m lonely and need a friend” and someone pops in and says, “I’ll be your friend, hugs!”… Screen shots of chat clubs for nonbinary pals, furries, witchcraft, regression space, chosen family, gay men’s club, roommates club, etc… Screen shots of a crisis text counselor advising a perceived minor to “share her phone number” with “new friends” she meets on Trevor Space after “building trust” while the counselor affirms the caller of having a four-spirit gender identity.
Thank you for your attention to this,

Brenda Lebsack

Riverside County has a case number for an investigation.
Chino Hills has removed the number from their school district.
I turned this evidence in 4 months ago and I still have not received a case number.

Brenda's Article in The Daily Signal 

"Preferred Pronouns and More: What I Saw at Teachers Union Convention"

Public schools are no longer a safe place for families who hold traditional values or for families who believe gender (as in male/female binary) is biologically determined.

It was also evident that the teachers union is a lobbying arm of the Democratic Party.

Read the entire article here



Brenda Exposes the "Trevor Project" at the NEA Regional Assembly Conference

Dear Interfaith Statewide Coalition Board and Advisors,

I just attended the National Educators Association (NEA) Regional Assembly Conference virtually that was held in Chicago.  I tried to bring this issue up during public comments, but as soon as I said the word "Trevor Project", NEA's president, Becky Pringle, shut me down and said I was going off topic.  I was not going off topic at all.  I was addressing the topic of Mental Health Resources in our schools, which was the subject being discussed.  So I'm forwarding you this email that I sent to my state executive counsel (Calif Teachers Association). I sent a similar email to NEA leadership as well.  I hope you're doing well and I hope we can connect again soon!  Feel free to share this info with others because this deception of parents is being enabled by our state and national teachers' unions.  Then again, maybe this email will cause action.  Let's hope so, but I'm not holding my breath.
Dear CTA Executive Council,
In attending the NEA RA Convention and seeing the huge concern for school safety exemplified in the NBI's and Amendments, I am trying to understand why President Pringle cut me off when I was addressing safety issues as it relates to the Mental Health and Suicide Crisis Hotlines recommended through our schools.   I have evidence that minors are being mixed with random unvetted adults to explore their genders and sexualities through Trevor Space - recommended through the Trevor Project, and this is being done without parental consent or knowledge.  I have evidence that our National Suicide Hotlines (and Planned Parenthood partnering with school districts) are surveying kids via text about their gender(s) and sexualities which violates Ed Code 51513.  I have evidence that our crisis text lines are advising minors that there are unlimited genders to choose from and advising them to share their personal information on these Chat spaces with international strangers who have virtual identities.  If CTA and NEA truly care about the safety of our kids in public schools, then why won't they address this issue?  Don't parents deserve the respect of being informed about this?  These numbers are in almost every student bathroom (grades K-12) in my school district, which is 98% Hispanic, a high immigrant, Title 1 district.  I hope President Boyd and President Pringle will address this issue and include parents, of all races and language groups, in addressing this issue that impacts our students nationwide.  The thought that our schools may be enabling on-line sexual predators is a serious legal matter and should not be ignored.
Thank you,
Brenda Lebsack