Meet the Truth Behind Nadia Mustafa and Cave Creek’s LGBTQ Push

If the community truly supports the LGBTQ agenda, oral and anal sex, and homophobic labels being taught during public school hours to young children, they wouldn’t share information with us about the cast members behind the scenes of the controversial vote by Cave Creek Unified Schools on Monday, April 8, 2019.

Here is a great bio of Ms. Nadia Mustafa, the parent who wants her daughter to partake in oral and anal sex plus masturbation lessons at a young age in the public classroom.

A couple comments.  Notice Scottsdale’s Diversity Czar Mustafa is backed by the Arizona ACLU.  The ACLU is aiding those who are bullying GreatHearts Academy to empathize with bathroom needs of trans students.  According to her bio, Ms. Mustafa has chosen not to marry the father of her children.  Of course she is not required to, but that explains why Cave Creek School District is not following Arizona statute that monogamous marriage be promoted in public and charter schools over a homosexual lifestyle.  Talk about shoving your own values down others’ throats.

How can Ms. Mustafa allow her daughter to learn that the traditional norm in a well-functioning society is marriage?  No, the law must be broken to cover Mustafa’s own choices.

Those who live in Scottsdale are generally happy with their place of residence and those who aren’t are free to move.  No, instead ACLU pal Mustafa writes an article to point out Scottsdale is too white.  This is simply a deep-seeded hatred for the United States, her history, and the values our country was founded on.  You know what?  If it’s so bad here–too white, too Christian, or too free–those who disrespect Christian values should move to another country instead of ruining our school children in the process.

Cave Creek Schools Governing Board Meeting

April 8, 2019  6PM

33016 N. 60th St.

Cave Creek, AZ 


7 thoughts on “Meet the Truth Behind Nadia Mustafa and Cave Creek’s LGBTQ Push

  • October 29, 2021 at 12:50 pm

    Sommelier, yoga, living in million dollar home in North Scottsdale married to a doctor. Sounds oppressive. Yes, travel to south scottsdale so you can see how horrible the living conditions are and then drive back up north in your Range Rover while professing equality and understanding of those less fortunate. South Scottsdale is still a lot better off than the inner city life in Phoenix. Her bio wreaks of hypocrisy. What does she know about poverty and inequality? Oh wait, she once drank a $10 bottle of wine.

  • April 15, 2019 at 12:34 am

    FYI: The Arizona Legislature repealed Arizona’s dinosaur “no promo homo” law this past week.

    • April 25, 2019 at 11:33 pm

      Yes, that was really a disappointment. We will be addressing their decision.

  • April 8, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    Hi there, Peggy. I find your analysis of Nadia’s character fascinating — particularly because, as someone who knows her well, it is obvious that you don’t. In fact, you’ve made up pretty much everything you write about her. Allow me to set the record straight, please. First, your information regarding the contents of the curriculum proposed by CCUSD is inaccurate, but as others have pointed this out to you on other social media sites before, I don’t necessarily need to go into that here. I’m not going to tell you what Nadia wants her daughter to learn because it’s not my place to speak for her on this, just as it is not yours.

    The Scottsdale Diversity Council was created in response to hate crimes committed against minorities in our community several years ago. Its purpose, and Nadia’s job, is to educate people about those from different races and backgrounds in an attempt to decrease hate crimes and keep everyone safe. In the many years I’ve known her, Nadia has never indicated any interest in destroying the foundations of our society. She has never said that Scottsdale is too white — those are your words. She has never professed a hatred of the United States — again, your words.

    Please, next time you decide to publicly demean a member of our community, check your facts. For crying out loud, you’re even wrong that she’s not married: Nadia has been married to the father of her children for several years.

    • April 25, 2019 at 11:41 pm

      We used Ms. Mustafa’s words–she referred to the man in one of her bios as her “partner”.

      The diversity groups are an attack on the United States. We did not say she proclaims that, but she has been sucked in like many. All Americans are protected equally by our Constitution. Nobody should be treated special due to the color of their skin or heritage.

      If a person pushes sex ed in schools, that person is destroying the foundation of our society. The family is the vital cell of any society; when that is gone our society is gone. We are almost there thanks to the actions of many parents like Ms. Mustafa and now the Arizona Legislature, Governor, and Attorney General.

      As far as the content of Cave Creek’s sex ed curriculum, only the Sex Ed Committee had complete access to the curriculum–that is how we saw the content. Some of it was being held back by the administration–they did not make it easy for parents to review the materials. Therefore parents weren’t informed of the complete content and that caused a lot of confusion. It’s interesting the curriculum director admitted changes had been made to the sex ed curriculum in past years without Governing Board approval. What is really going on behind the scenes?

      Thanks for reading.

  • April 8, 2019 at 5:05 pm

    Not only are all of your comments completely wrong, you have put a target on someone’s back who is a concerned parent and has no other involvement in this decision by Cave Creek Unified School district. Have you heard of doxxing? It is illegal and you should prepare yourself for the ramifications. I know you won’t actually post this to your site but I will await a response from you noting that you’ve removed this garbage from your trash web site.

    • April 25, 2019 at 11:46 pm

      Ms. Mustafa and many others put a target on the children in Cave Creek Schools. Thankfully there were some brave parents who care about everyone’s children and came to their defense.

      At the March 11, 2019 Cave Creek Governing Board meeting, Ms. Mustafa introduced herself as a district parent. She did not share her full bio that she is part of the diversity group in Scottsdale which pushes LGBTQ. Since she omitted that information, when we were notified we felt we should share it so readers and parents knew she had an agenda she’s pushing.

      If this website is trashy, why are you reading it? Thanks, though!

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