Students Who Refuse to Affirm Transgender Classmates Face Punishment. Sounds to us like the Gay Gestapo just took over the Massachussets Department of Education.

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Ruben
February 21, 2013 6:56 pm

Question authority. Fight back. Sue school district for for millions.

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MDLION
February 21, 2013 8:26 pm

Their “tolerance” is a ruse to buy time until they feel strong and brazen enough to set their totalitarian tactics into motion.

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RKae
February 21, 2013 10:04 pm

And here’s my problem with the gay rights people: they have inextricably grafted themselves onto the transgender lunatics, who are CLEARLY demented people with daddy issues.

And if you think LGBT is all there is, you’re a flat-out idiot. They’re going to keep tacking letters onto that until civilization is utterly gone.

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poppajoe49
February 21, 2013 10:27 pm

1. Transgendered isn’t gay, but they have been co-opted into the radical gay movement in order to increase the voice.
2. Transgendered is way more nuts than just having daddy issues.
3. If transgendered is so normal, then why does it come up as a misspelled word in my Google Chrome browser?

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RKae
February 21, 2013 11:03 pm

…they have been co-opted into the radical gay movement…

No. They’ve been co-opted into the ordinary, everyday, commonplace, mainstream gay movement.

…Unless you can introduce me to a homosexual somewhere who will say that trannies are insane.

I’ll wait right here.

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poppajoe49
February 21, 2013 11:19 pm

Oh Geoff, where are you?

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Geoff B
February 22, 2013 4:53 am

What’s up PoppaJoe? Well, here it is in a nutshell. I am part of the G in LGBT. I don’t know when the T came on board, but no one asked me. I don’t know half this stuff is such an issue. I guess my partner and I are the part of G that no one sees or asks anything of. We don’t go prancing down the street in speedos and expect everyone to take us seriously. We’re too busy working. Yes, we make the stereotypical “gay income”, but that’s because we work really hard. At the end of the day all we want is to live our lives and have our relationship be afforded the same legal rights as any other couple without the intrusion of the government 9see where I went with that?) I don’t know when or how the T part of the movement came in to play, and though I wish them no harm, It’s not my fight. This thing in MA is ridiculous. You’re either a male or female. Your genetalia is what it is. If you change that, then fine, but in my opinion if you have a penis, just because you call yourself… Read more »

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Sidekick
February 22, 2013 5:11 am

Identity politics. Liberalism cannot work without victims. By conflating gay and lesbian with transgender (a polite euphemism for something else entirely) the progs create a huge, in their minds, political bloc. No different than lumping all Hispanics or blacks into monolithic groups. Pretty bigoted world view.

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poppajoe49
February 22, 2013 5:12 am

Thank you Geoff, that was exactly what I thought you would say.
My point was to let RKae know that the tranny part of LGBT wasn’t the goal of all gays.
As you so eloquently put it, you “are the part of G that no one sees or asks anything of.” You are the silent majority of the “G”, and I sometimes wish you were the more visible part of the “G”. All of my gay friends are part of the silent majority, just working and quietly living their lives, merely wanting to be allowed to enjoy the fruits of their labor. It is the vocal/radical “G” that forms the opinions of the masses, thanks in large part to the MSM. I think it’s a shame that the radical fringe is the face of the gay community, because they surely don’t represent the majority.

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February 22, 2013 9:56 am

I truly believe that, contrary to popular opinion, the majority of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual people are just like Geoff.

Yes, I have some gay friends that are quite flamboyant, and others that are very political about who they are. And one transgendered friend, who went from man to woman so that she could be a proper lesbian.

I just don’t think that they represent all gay people. With all the noise they make, it does sometimes seem that way, though.

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sa_rose
February 26, 2013 4:49 am

Wait. Was a man, liked women, then BECAME a woman so he/she could be lesbian? Now that really doesn’t make any sense! Most of the gay folk I know are like Geoff. THey are good people, work for a living, have committed long term relationships, etc. Its the nut cases like the San Franciscan Gay pride parade (the speedo wearing folk that Geoff refers to) that annoy people. I personally don’t care who or what you do in your own home, as long as there are no minors involved and no one gets hurt. If you don’t want me to dislike your being gay, don’t tell me. I don’t share my bedroom activities with you, after all!

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
February 22, 2013 3:01 am

And the perversion escalates. The LGBT will force you to like them.

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February 22, 2013 9:59 am

Have to admit I’d love being back in school now. “Yeah, I’m a girl, you betcha! Where’s the showers?!?”

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mojo
February 22, 2013 11:37 am

Precisely. And for extra added victimhood, declare yourself a lesbian. No nobody dare say boo to you!

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poppajoe49
February 22, 2013 3:44 pm

I’ve been a lesbian for decades.

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February 26, 2013 8:13 am

I was trained by lesbians.

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andre53
February 22, 2013 12:25 pm

Well, isn’t this just peachy!

We just told 13-year-old boys that if you just say “deep down inside, I’m a girl”, they can stroll on into the girls’ bathroom. And what about the showers? Can a boy decare himself to be multiple-personality transgender? One week, I’m a girl, then the following week a different personality kicks in and I’m back to being a boy?

What could possibly go wrong?

Not to mention what the hell does “affirm and support” mean?

Most likely answer: it means whatever the hell someone wants it to mean, depending on who you want to harass.

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MDLION
February 24, 2013 5:43 am

andre53:”they can stroll into the girls’ bathroom.”

There was a guy at work years ago who said he was a woman. He walked into the Ladies’ room to use the bathroom and they freaked out. Management told him not to go into the Ladies’ room anymore, but to use a small, one-person, unisex restroom near where he worked. He wouldn’t use the Mens’ room. I think he wasn’t fired because management was scared a big news story might roll out. If one of the straight guys walked into the Ladies’ room and used it while women were inside, I think we would be fired. I don’t even think the union could have helped us.

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Restless
February 22, 2013 2:24 pm

So, why don’t the transgenders have to affirm and support students who disagree with this? Obviously, the transgenders need to undergo some sensitivity training to understand that there are different points of view besides theirs.

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sa_rose
February 26, 2013 4:50 am

BINGO!

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Neo-7
February 22, 2013 4:10 pm

Back in the 80’s , I was one of Baltimore City’s youngest supervisor . We had a “guy ” named Eric that dressed up every other day , as a women . On those days , he demanded to be called Erica . Oh by the way , he was one of “my ” supervisors .
I refused to see life at his level , which REALLY pissed him off . In dress or in pants , it was Eric , from me . He filed a grievance against me , claiming I was disrespecting him , by calling him by the wrong name , on the days he was in pretend mode . At the grievance hearing , which was over quickly , after hearing what a terrible narrow minded person I was , I asked him if he had his drivers license on him ? He did . I then asked someone , if they could read out the name on the license ? They did . I then reminded everyone , that that was the name I was calling him , nothing more , nothing less .

Eric transferred to another office soon there after .

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poppajoe49
February 22, 2013 4:54 pm

Good for you!

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