I was referring to a war to stop Nazis. It ultimately was a war that was fought to oppose their militarism, but also it was something that we as Americans believed in: a war to protect individual rights.Except this was a US ally that carried it out, and the US never pressured them about their policy of chemical castration for homosexuals. There was no war “to stop that kind of thing”.
Meanwhile, back in the USofA:
Tuskegee syphilis experiment - Wikipedia
Just more history that will make kids hate America, so probably shouldn’t teach it, even though it happened.
You are right we didn’t fight a war because of gays or Jews. But we did look to preserve individual rights. Alan Turing? He could be taught in context. But I have a feeling that this legislation has no desire to do that.