A teacher took to social media recently in order to huff and puff over parents she labeled as “unsafe” after she made the claim that her whole second grade classroom full of students changed their pronouns.
It seems the wackiness is spreading, folks. Stuff like this, true or not, is why there needs to be legislation like the parental rights bill in Florida that was signed into law by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, which forbids instruction on sexual identity for children this young.
Kids are far too easily influenced and often confused by weighty matters such as these. They are not ready to deal with this kind of stuff. Period.
The Postmillennial reported that a video of the teacher was posted on Twitter by infamous — and awesome — user Libs of TikTok, featuring the educator stating that her classroom announced their change of pronouns after one student came up and spoke with her.
Teachers claims entire class of second grade students changed their pronouns and it’s being kept a secret from “unsafe” adults pic.twitter.com/Zn8sPHc2gc
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) July 21, 2022
However, when you have teachers supporting their fantasies, telling them it’s real, well, you introduce confusion. Once that scrambles everything up inside, they’ll say and do whatever the people they trust tell them to say and do, because that makes the confusion and anxiety go away.
Children are being twisted up by liberals like this teacher and the damage being done to them is significant.
Here’s a bit more from the Postmillennial report:
The video comes as many schools across the country have, whether personally in the classroom or through plans implemented by schools, have hidden student’s change of pronouns, gender, or sexuality from parents. In one Texas school district, a school counselor was revealed saying that staff were advised not to inform parents of their preferred pronouns or names if the child requests it not to be shared. “We actually were advised not to tell parents about their child’s preferred names and pronouns if the child asked us not to,” she said. In Virginia, the Loudon County School Board approved a policy last year that required teachers and staff use a student’s preferred pronouns and names.
This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics
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