State Farm’s Idea of Being a “Good Neighbor” in Florida, Elsewhere

Found on Legal Insurrection:

Here is part of it:

Insurance company State Farm wants its Florida agents to donate books about transgenderism meant for 5-year-olds to schools and libraries.

Jose Soto, State Farm’s Corporate Responsibility Analyst, wrote to Florida agents on January 18:

State Farm is partnering with The GenderCool Project to help diversify classroom, community center and library bookshelves with a collection of brooks to help bring clarity and understanding to the national conversation about Being Transgender, Inclusive and Non-Binary. The project’s goal is to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children Age 5+

Agents are key to the success of this program. Nationwide, approximately 550 State Farm agents and employees will have the opportunity to donate this 3 book bundle deal to their local teacher, community center or library of their choice.

We are seeking six agents in Florida that would be interested in participating in this unique project, by receiving these books in March, then donating them to their community by the end of April. Along with donating the books, we would encourage the agent to highlight our commitment to diversify on their social media pages.

From one of the books:

“Hi, my name in Hunter. and my pronouns are they/them.”

And here is what Consumers Research, the organization that discovered the email and the books thinks State Farm’s logo should be:


State Farm’s Idea of Being a “Good Neighbor” in Florida, Elsewhere — 10 Comments

  1. State Farm is not a Mutual Company.

    They are beholden to investors not the policyholder.

    I would recommend a mutual like American Family if you don’t want to support this garbage.

    File a claim with State Farm.

    See if you are covered fully.


  2. I’ve been happily and fully covered since 1986. Easy-peasey claims paid with no problems of any sort.

    Have to say the above is pretty stupid though. And in Florida! Ha!


  3. Well you got me on that one Monkturd. It doesn’t mean you are not a douche like your cousins Al and Shake. Have you got those receipts on Salvi’s assessment yet. I prefer AmFam myself. Never had a problem getting my roof replaced after a hail storm.

  4. SF catching ALOT of shit from policy holders like myself AND their agents.

    They were reminded of that old saying – “Get Woke, Go Broke”, and that’s all it took
    to bring them back to reality at record speed.

  5. What’s with some big companies?

    Disney wanted to indoctrinate young children with their products apparently.

    Cartoons, movies perhaps.

    Watch out for any company promoting this and DEI bs.

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