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Degeneration

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A Florida school district allowed a self-described transgender female student regular access to the boys’ locker room, with no advance warning to the boys or their parents. The first time she walked in, she caught “boys (literally) with their pants down, causing them embarrassment and concern by the fact that they had been observed changing by an obvious girl,” says a complaint letter to Pasco County School District from Liberty Counsel, a pro-bono constitutional law firm.

With a “gag order,” school administrators forbade teachers from talking about the change, and ordered a male P.E. teacher to supervise the potentially undressed girl in the Chasco Middle School locker room, the letter says. When he refused to “knowingly place himself in a position to observe a minor female in the nude or otherwise in a state of undress,” administrators told him “he will be transferred to another school as discipline for ‘not doing your job in the locker room.’”

In an email, an administrator initially threatened to put the male coach on administrative leave, telling him that refusing to supervise a potentially naked female student would “not be tolerated,”said Liberty Counsel attorney Richard Mast. The school’s other P.E. teacher, who is female, also objected and was ignored.

Pasco parents have yet to be informed by the school of this situation, yet the transgender student continues to have open access to private male areas, according to Liberty Counsel. Despite the initial September incident, then legal contact in October, the elected board for the district with 70,500 students has so far taken no action and administrators have refused to budge.

“Unfortunately these things are going on across the country, primarily with school psychologists and guidance counselors,” said Mast. He noted that it’s standard for public schools to pass transgender policies without informing parents, voters, or taxpayers first. That means the public only hears about it after children have been affected, withholding all opportunities for parents to prevent their child’s exposure to this kind of sexual indoctrination, confusion, and exploitation.

Last year in a Georgia public school, a five-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by a “gender-fluid” male classmate in the school bathroom after a transgender policy allowed him access. He allegedly pushed her against the wall and repeatedly jammed his fingers into her genitals while she struggled. The district refuses to believe the alleged victim and the mother has pulled her daughter from the school, which never notified her of the incident and maintains its bathroom policy.

Unpossible. We’ve been repeatedly told by our betters that this kind of assault has never happened, because it can’t happen, because reasons.

It appears Pasco schools adopted their transgender policies with no notice to their elected school board, parents, or voters. Instead, they were implemented after the district hired Jackie Jackson-Dean, a school psychologist, as a LGBT liason. Her website lists her as the “primary author of the school district’s [LGBT] best practices guide,” which names her as its”lead content developer.” That guide says transgender pronouns, locker room, bathroom, dress code, and sports access are a student’s “right.”

So, having a school “LGBT liaison” is now a thing, is it? Say, just how deep DOES this rabbit hole go, anyway?

An OutCoast.com article from 2017 says Jackson-Dean uses her position at the school to connect students with an organization called Metro, which has nine Tampa Bay locations. Metro helps LGBT minors and adults meet, gives counseling to LGBT-identified and questioning people including minors, and hands out drugs that aim to reduce HIV transmission when people have risky sex. Metro website notes that the Food and Drug Administration has approved this drug for children 15 to 17, meaning legal minors.

What, no NAMBLA referrals? If not, why not? Is this “expert” some kind of closeted H8RRR or something?

An “LGBT-Inclusive School,” Jackson-Dean’s guide says, has: “Health and sexuality education that is inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities”; “curriculum that regularly includes information about LGBT people, history, and events”; and “Library resources and displays that are inclusive of LGBT people, history, and issues.” It also has “Proms, homecoming, and athletic events that allow for gender-neutral alternatives to ‘King’ and ‘Queen’”; and “Observations of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day that affirm all family structures.”

We are building a better world. All of them, better worlds.”

A school that is helping LGBT students will not only treat families as potential sources of trauma whose rejection directly leads to LGBT children’s depression and suicide, but also have “‘Out’ teachers,” “Inclusive paperwork (e.g. NOT mother/father),” and “Messaging from administration regarding non-tolerance of harassment and discrimination,” the guide says.

Jeez, but what a sprawling, destructive, indecipherable mess. Which, if you think that isn’t the entire point and purpose of all this balderdash, you got yourself some more thinking to do.

The boundless, balls-out arrogance of these “educators” is what really stands out like a beacon to me. They manipulate the children for PC purposes, ignore or openly defy the rights of parents to any authority or even input regarding the “education” of their own children, operate in secret without oversight, and are unaccountable to anyone other than their own superiors at the state and federal level. They infantilize parents, sexualize children, and politicize the education process itself.

A number of commenters to the article say that this is the hill to die on—the line in the sand dividing peaceful attempts at dialogue, reconciliation, and redress from violence and war. Given that, as I’ve so often said, all of our problems with the seditious Left begin with government-school indoctrination of our youth, I’m having a hard time finding a way to argue with that.

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9 thoughts on “Degeneration

  1. I do not hold with that.

    These people will be punished, after the war. Count on it.

  2. The first time she walked in, she caught “boys (literally) with their pants down, causing them embarrassment and concern by the fact that they had been observed changing by an obvious girl,” says a complaint letter to Pasco County School District from Liberty Counsel, a pro-bono constitutional law firm.

    I guess high school boys are different than when I grew up in a little oilpatch town in Kern County back in the 1970’s.

  3. Case in point of why ours aren’t in public school. Go back to your churches people and get your kids in the corresponding school. Get out of the public schools. Any wonder voucher programs are fought so hard?

    As for the molested little girl and parents not being informed I simply must ask if there have been any ‘accidents’ in the perps lives? Perps being the adults who let it happen.. the young whatever I hold little blame for as he/she/it.. whatever is just another victim of the evil adults in this tragedy.

  4. A number of commenters to the article say that this is the hill to die on—the line in the sand dividing peaceful attempts at dialogue, reconciliation, and redress from violence and war. Given that, as I’ve so often said, all of our problems with the seditious Left begin with government-school indoctrination of our youth, I’m having a hard time finding a way to argue with that.

    As my old man always used to say, “Talk is cheap, whiskey costs money.” Wake me up when one of those commenters actually dies on that hill, Mike.

  5. When IS Revolution 2.0 gonna start? My guess is: Never. From the Whiskey Rebellion to the Clinton-era militias, peasant revolts in the USA without elite support go nowhere. The elites will help to stomp the unruly unkempt, to boot, while most people stand on the sidelines. Most folks (97%) didn’t participate in Revolution 1.0, so I’m betting our less-hardy modern peasantry will be even more reluctant to take on the powers that be.
    I was hoping, against the evidence of history and human nature, that things would finally be different this time. Things won’t be different. The best bet for bottom-up change is to develop alternatives that are shown to work, then slowly get accepted and spread. Before the elites co-opt or squash those alternatives, of course.

    1. “When IS Revolution 2.0 gonna start? My guess is: Never.”

      Mine too, Richard. As the bumper sticker says: the Founders would have been shooting already. America ain’t the country it once was, nor are Americans the people they once were. Trump, it turns out, wasn’t the harbinger of a brand new day, but the dying flicker of a guttering, nearly extinguished light.

  6. Cons/trads need to start a viral (and other) campaign, talking to family members and friends and rging young or 2nd-career adults to go into teaching. I know, I know, none of us wants gov. schools, but this is what we have for the time being — and after teaching for 10 years , I can affirm that the personality of the schools can be changed dramatically by increasing conservatives.

    There are many times when a single conservative teacher is harassed; a few are name-called (in Seattle, one admin called us “the passive -aggressives” because we did not eagerly sit in a circle at meetings and discuss our feelings with other teachers. We also did not do it with our students, which — warning, parents — many teachers do, to get the “dirt.) but if we had had even 1/3 — better yet 1/2 — of us with the same mindset, we could have spoken up without being dismissed, ignored, or seen as troublemakers.

    We can all help, if we who are on comments sections start talking to others about getting conservative teachers into the schools. For the foreseeable future, it’s the only way we can start to bring change.

    1. *snort* Do you honestly think that the Department of Education and the Teacher’s Unions, not to mention the media and the Left grievance culture is going to allow the number of conservative, male teachers to increase to a level where it threatens the Left’s monopoly on the Ed, Vladdy?

      The education system is unfixable at this point. It’s going to have to be dismantled and destroyed, and then completely rebuilt from the ground up.

      In the meantime, bypass it. Homeschool or die. And as Richard stated up above: build alternatives wherever possible.

    2. This is anecdotal, but it shows where publik skool can’t be changed for the better anytime soon. A friend of mine in California has started homeschooling her two grandkids. They were being bullied by some kids, mistreated by some teachers more concerned about pleasing some groups than others (yes, racial groups), and in general my friend found that teaching actual info to the students came last down a long list of priorities only tangentially related to education. The constant complaints about the bullying, about the lack of schooling, etc., went in one collective administrative ear and out the other. Plus, it made my friend’s grandkids very unpopular with the “teachers.” It was felt that for the safety, health, and long-term prospects of the kids that they had to be pulled out of skool.
      My friend, “barely a high school graduate,” is getting stellar work out of her charges. The required testing will be a breeze for the kids. Why wouldn’t it be? They aren’t stressed, and they actually learn facts and figures, which they couldn’t do in the Marxist indoctrination academy. The only problems being had are with math, because the state of CA insists on Common Core, which as a subject makes no logical sense. Which makes it not really math. So, the only impediment to getting a good, complete education at home is the state.

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