Stan Wasbin, a father of four, has warned officials that California's LGBT history law will turn schools into “re-education camps” for homosexual agenda.

Senate Bill 48 (SB48) or the FAIR Education Act, sponsored by state Senator Mark Leno, a Democrat from San Francisco, took effect last January and requires that the California Board of Education and local school districts include the historical contributions of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in their lesson plans.

Two attempts by opponents to repeal the law by referendum have failed to reach the ballot box.

Wasbin,whose children attend school within the Capistrano Unified School District, recently wrote a three-page letter to district officials to request the subject be placed on the agenda for the next school board meeting.

“Let's not further burden our teachers by forcing them to teach LGBT material, a subject that so readily lends itself to propaganda and which can engender sexual confusion,” Wasbin wrote.

“If someone has made an important contribution – and that person happens to be classified as LGBT – then by all means, let's teach our children about that person – but not because of that person's sexual identity group.”

School officials have agreed to hear more from Wasbin at their Monday meeting.