It sounds like the Minnesota school board system has taken on the challenge to become more radical than the kooks in San Francisco with this latest decision.
Minnesota is mandating their public schools to follow their new K-12 school guidelines to “segregate” students who object to transgender locker rooms and bathrooms. This is their version of forcing the majority to accept the minority and their sexual lifestyles.
They won’t do anything to protect normal kids from being bullied, but for trans kids, they go to extremes.
So let me get this right the kids will now get into trouble if they “identify” as the gender they born and don’t feel comfortable around trans is that what I am reading?
I believe parents need to pull their children out of the public schools immediately. Parents have gone through too much for far too long and have had to endure stipulations and guidelines against their beliefs and morals, just so their children could attend failing schools.
Did you realize private, faith based, schools and homeschooling are gaining popularity, and these folks wonder why?
The goal of the new guidelines is to “help school districts and charter schools create school environments where transgender and gender nonconforming students are safe, supported and fully included, and have equal access to the educational opportunities provided to all students as required by federal or state law.”
The gender toolkit also instructs schools to “segregate” students who feel uncomfortable with the new transgender-inclusive rules, The Blaze reported.
But what would happen if the 99.9% of students who aren’t “gender non-conforming” objected to it and all had to be segregated? At that point would they be the ones segregated?
“Schools should work with transgender and gender nonconforming students to ensure that they are able to access needed facilities in a manner that is safe, consistent with their gender identity and does not stigmatize them, the guidelines read.
And then more:
Privacy objections raised by a student in interacting with a transgender or gender nonconforming student may be addressed by segregating the student raising the objection provided that the action of the school officials does not result in stigmatizing the transgender and gender nonconforming student.
As well as separating students uncomfortable with the newly-approved rules, the guidelines insist teachers use the preferred pronouns and names of students who identify with a different gender without the need for a medical confirmation.
It warns school officials and teachers of the consequences of not using preferred gender pronouns, claiming it could violate federal laws.
It is getting weird when you don’t know what to call a person even so they look like one or the other. By the time they are done, we are going to spend all our time trying to figure out what to say and how to say it. At this point, I wouldn’t want to talk at all anymore, in places like this. If they bring this crap to the workplace and get away with it, we are done.
Minnesota has become a no go state on my bucket list, how about you?
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