Though most liberal-leftists would disagree, there is no greater value than human life and there is nothing more important for humanity’s future than preserving sexual normality.
Today, both the value of human life and the significance of sexual normality are under fierce, unrelenting attacks by left-wing abortionists. The pro-choice set goes about killing innocent pre-born babies while their counterparts within the Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgendered (LGBT) and the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) movements are busily engaged in undermining traditional sexual normality by using America’s schools and allegations of discrimination to accomplish their goals.
The recent action by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) mandating under the guise of “guidance” that Bay State public schools should be prohibited from discriminating against any student in any way represents a prime example of yet another effort to conduct socio-sexual experiments in schools in order to fulfill their bizarre agendas.
Ostensibly a directive that should be enforced in every school system in America, as usual the devilish features of the DESE’s “guidance” were hidden in its devilish guiding details.
Like most politicians, elected and un-elected, the folks at the DESE tried to cloak their true purposes in language designed to misrepresent those purposes.
The DESE document released on February 15th incorporates the following passage: “No person shall be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to a public school of any town, or in obtaining the advantages, privileges and courses of study of such public school on account of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin or sexual orientation.”
However, Massachusetts’ state law and the laws of most other states already prohibit discrimination on the bases of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation. The ramifications of “gender identity” are the real kickers in the DESE’s “Guidance for Massachusetts Public Schools,” subtitled, “Creating a Safe and Supportive School Environment” and sub-subtitled “Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity.” (http://www.doe.mass.edu/ssce/GenderIdentity.pdf)
If you seriously believe the DESE cares a single whit about “Creating a Safe and Supportive School Environment” for the majority of students and isn’t entirely motivated by an LGBT agenda aimed at indoctrinating kids into believing that abnormality must be accepted as normal, I own this place named Fenway Park that I’d be willing to sell for a relative pittance.
On page two of its “Guidance”, the DESE explains “gender identity” as defined in amended Massachusetts General Laws and clarifies that “a person’s gender-related identity, appearance or behavior, whether or not that gender-related identity, appearance or behavior is different from that traditionally associated with the person’s physiology or assigned sex at birth.”
Put more simply, Massachusetts’ public schools and the children in their care are being guided, without parental consent, into a mindset requiring them to accept any student no matter how bizarrely she or he acts, dresses, or behaves and despite any personal or moral repugnance they may feel toward those actions and behaviors. Such a requisite, such brainwashing, is encouraged in our ultra-tolerant society but the reference to “the person’s physiology or assigned sex at birth” may be very problematic for schoolkids.
As if that clarification were insufficient to enforce acceptance of abnormality, the DESE educrats point out that “stereotypic expectations,” “gender variant[s],” “gender atypical[ity],” and transgendered students “whose gender identity or gender expression is different from that traditionally associated with the assigned sex at birth” must not be bases for discrimination.
Massachusetts’ deterioration has been evident for years but the commonwealth confirmed its total socio-moral collapse by the DESE’s “Guidance” which effectively dictates that schoolgirls can be accompanied into bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers by schoolboys who merely have to declare they suffer from gender confusion or who identify themselves as either transgendered or prospectively-transgendered females.
Now, without admitting to what my personal inclinations would have been when I was a teenager during pre-historic times, I can attest that at least 50% of adolescent boys would have given their eye teeth and maybe a few digits on their left hand for the distinct privilege of dressing and showering with persons of the female gender.
However, no horny teen boys that I ever knew would have ever considered posing as a transgendered girl in order to go potty or locker or shower with teen girls, especially because we were Catholic school kids who were forbidden to lust after girls.
As for teen girls who couldn’t figure out whether they were girls or boys or who had lopped off their penises to transform themselves into males, if they ever existed at all they would have been regarded as freaks–which any rational observer would conclude they were.
As of now, confused Bay State schoolgirls who may think they might want to be schoolboys–and change clothes in the boys’ locker rooms and shower with their horny pre- and post-pubescent male peers–haven’t been agitating much for similar privileges.
Thank God liberal-leftist educrats in the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education are in the forefront of schoolkids’ intra-sexual education and that the DESE knows far more than teenage girls do!
Questions: Is this all an LGBT/GLSEN fantasy of normalizing the weird or is it the new American reality of accepting the abnormal? Will UNISEX bathrooms, locker rooms and showers in schools and elsewhere be the standards in our future? Will the people of Massachusetts ever wake up to what their leaders are doing to them? When will other states realize that what’s going on in the Bay State will soon be coming to their schools?
(For more details on this and other LGBT and GLSEN activities in Massachusetts, see MassResistance.org.)