The town well-known for supporting pro-American values recently formed the Gender and Sexual Diversity Research Committee to explore and promote historical contributions by LGBT people, reported The Federalist.
Colonial Williamsburg will also diverge from its purpose of representing early America by celebrating and promoting LGBT figures who have lived throughout history.
They have also begun praising an attitude of rebellion that has driven far-Left advocates to organize violent riots in recent years. CW writers are also encouraging readers and visitors to consider history through the lens of gender dysphoria: “While 18th-century sex and gender constructs are recognizable to modern eyes, they are by no means universal, and we must be cautious to not make assumptions while looking at the past.”
To expand on its agenda, the town will be depicting the history of the gay community through its famous reenactments. They believe this will present “a more complete history of LGBTQ people in colonial times,” according to Bizpac Review.
“We’ve shifted in how we think of things,” said Beth Kelly, Colonial Williamsburg’s vice president of education.
“Our research was always done with an Anglican-European point of view. Everything is grounded now in the 18th century — and the truth.”
The content largely decries those who believe in traditional Judeo-Christian American values, accusing them (passively-aggressively) of being on the wrong side of history. In other words, the very people that many would argue are the town’s target audience.
Colonial Williamsburg is joining a growing list of companies and organizations embracing woke policies. However, another growing list shows that leftists are increasingly (although quietly) admitting that going woke is a mistake.
Netflix admitted that openly when their corporate culture reversed course and began warning woke employees. The streaming platform was promoting woke content less than a year before that surprising move.