After Trans Discussion, Kindergartener ‘Came Home Crying And Shaking So Afraid She Could Turn Into A Boy.’ They’re starting the brainwashing earlier and earlier.

Angry parents stampeded a California charter school board meeting Monday after a teacher read her kindergarten class picture books about transgenderism to affirm a gender dysphoric classmate. During the class, parents say, the gender dysphoric boy also switched clothes to look more like a girl in a “gender reveal.”

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JPTravis
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Follow up to the original story, the school is apparently stuck on Liberal Stupid:

https://townhall.com/columnists/toddstarnes/2017/08/25/first-grader-sent-to-office-investigated-for-pronoun-mishap-n2373212

A first grader at a California charter school was sent to the principal’s office this week after she accidentally “mis-gendered” a transgender classmate in what’s being called a “pronoun mishap.”

poppajoe49
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Oh, for Shit Sakes! WTF is wrong with these people?

MGAP
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How about just teaching these kids numbers and alphabet instead of political correctness?

poppajoe49
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This is very distressing to me, and I’m a well adjusted adult. I can’t imagine how horrifying it is for a small child to have their entire life turned upside down, by being told they might not be who they are. I feel the worst for the little boy, because it’s obvious he was put up to this by stupid parents that are trying desperately to be part of the in crowd. If it wasn’t Kalifornia, I would say that family services should be called, but they would only make things worse.

KimmyQueen
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This is tantamount to child abuse. One thing is for (with parents’ permission) for the teacher to take it upon herself to speak to the “dysphoric” boy in PRIVATE and then speak to the parents about the fact that the boy will now be wearing girls’ clothes and just to prepare their own children for that as much as possible.

Another thing altogether is FORCIBLY INVOLVING the ENTIRE class WITHOUT parental guidance, permission or even previous announcement of this being a possibility. Disgusting. This is evil and disgusting and child abuse.

I am absolutely disgusted by this.

StrinaM
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The kid who “transitioned” during the school year needs to be removed from his home. His parents convinced him he was a girl.

Extirpates
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Time to find a different Charter school, or get rid of the teacher.

Racer X
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This crap does not belong in a kindergarten class. Do these teachers really have nothing else to teach the kids that this is how they spend their time?

Privatize education so that you can eliminate this crap. Go to vouchers, so parents can vote with their feet and their dollars that they don’t want their children’s time wasted with this drivel.

RGB
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I would be appalled being the child considered trans here, because I have no doubt he/she has been put up to this by moronic parents. Now the school system is engaged in this nonsense. It’s bad enough to be a little different in a classroom, which is like being thrown in front of all of society for a little kid, like the entire world is watching.

Just merely being a tomboy or a being a bit fey is different enough for a child to handle but at least can be mitigated with some finesse by a good teacher so that the class doesn’t get too focused on something so trivial in a person’s makeup. But this entire transgender crap going on inside a freaking grade school has got to stop. And I don’t know how, now that this genie bottle has been opened, unless T/G’s themselves begin speaking out against it… I get crap from both sides of the argument all the time. But regardless, this is bad for the kids and I don’t care who hates me for saying that.

JPTravis
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When I look back at my childhood, we did have one boy who was a little different. Fewer boy characteristics, somewhat feminine, quiet, and physically slight. Nobody was mean to him. I don’t think meanness and bullying is a natural habit for children. I think it’s something learned from parents. This boy participated in everything we all participated in, both the games at recess and stuff like Boy Scouts. I distinctly remember a “practice hike” when the Boy Scout troop was getting ready for a week-long hike in the Porcupine Mountains: he showed up with a massively-overloaded pack, full of extra clothes and accoutrements that were unnecessary for an overnight hike. When he laid the pack down and crawled into the straps, he was stuck on his back like an overturned turtle. Even if he could have lifted it, he couldn’t possibly have carried that damn load more than a few feet. We all laughed at him, he laughed too good-naturedly, and then my father and I helped him go through his stuff and take out everything he didn’t need. He didn’t have a father of his own, he died in the Korean War. (I often wondered if he was born different or his difference was caused by not having a father.) I also remember that I doled out a couple things from his pack to my own pack and couple of the other guys’ packs. Nobody complained. He was our friend. We were just “helpin’ out Lee.” I’ve often wondered if he ended up heterosexual and happily married, or homosexual, or decided to change genders. When I think about whether these things are learned or inborn, I always think of Lee and wonder how he turned out.

RGB
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Yeah, I would say the gals are a little more nosy and in-your-face at school if a kid is “different” than boys would be around one another. The girls in the coat room would do things like grab each other’s boobs to see if one of them was stuffing their bra and then make fun of her if she was. The boys always accepted me into their circle as a tomboy. The girls, no way. Maybe these psychologists and sociologists have got it all wrong about boys.

JPTravis
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Scary stuff is happening in our schools and teachers are being trained to think children are the property of the state, so parents should have no say-so. This is why my daughter, mother of four little ones, decided to home school this year. I offered to help, by the way. Hey, before anyone makes a comment, at least my brainwashing will be productive brainwashing. I guarantee my grandchildren will know which side of the political spectrum Nazis and Klansmen come from, which will put them a couple football fields ahead of most journalists.

Not so silent
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If I were the principal, the teacher who did this would be dressed as a janitor, and assigned the old sawdust bucket and mop to clean up vomit. Then she could be Transjanitored.

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