You missed the point.<quoted text>If somebody does something noteworthy in history, what the f*ck difference does it make what that person's gender is? Or what their race is? Or what their religion is? Or what their nationality is? Or what their marital status is? Or whether or not they have/had children?
Well, we all learn pretty much all of the above despite the above really not being "important" right?
Speaking of that, you have posted here MANY times (even though quite erroneously) that the founding fathers were all Christian.
Why does THAT matter?
Answer: It doesn't because it's not important.
Why does it matter what a person's sexual preference is in a child's school history class?