The gender dysphoria epidemic is on the march in America, despite that the military will no longer accept transgender service personnel.
But now the battle front is in the worst place possible: on the chalkboard in front the most impressionable members of our society.
So it’s no surprise that parents were confused and even horrified when a kindergarten teacher in Rocklin, California (also no surprise) decided it would be perfect acceptable to present a ‘gender transitioning’ book to five and six year olds along with a gender ‘reveal’ event in which a fellow student declared his/her ‘true’ gender.
Some children went home after the episode seriously worried they might spontaneously switch to the opposite sex.
And you’ll be perfectly unsurprised as well to learn that the school district considers the book ‘age appropriate’ and therefore deemed not in need of parental notification.
When government runs education, things generally don’t end well. Here’s more fruit to prove it.
Here’s more from Redstate…
Transgenderism is being loudly promoted in seemingly every area of society, including the education system.
It has been obvious for a while that those in the transgender movement want their cause to be the next big diversity issue thrust upon society. You don’t agree with them? You’re obviously a bigot. You teach your children something different at home? You’re clearly intolerant of others. How transphobic of you.
What parents teach in their own home is one thing. What a school teacher chooses to not only actively promote, but paradein front of their young students is quite another.
At the Rocklin Academy, a charter school in Rocklin, California, a kindergarten teacher decided to not only discuss transgenderism with FIVE and SIX-year-old children but allowed a transgender child to reveal their “true” identity in front of the class.
As expected, many parents are not too happy.
CBS News reports:
At Monday night’s board meeting, the teacher at the center of the controversy spoke out. With emotions high, she addressed a packed house.
“I’m so proud of my students, it was never my intent to harm any students but to help them through a difficult situation,” she said.
The teacher defended her decision to read two children’s books about transgenderism including one titled “I am Jazz.” She says the books were given to her by a transgender child going through a transition.
“The kindergartners came home very confused, about whether or not you can pick your gender, whether or not they really were a boy or a girl,” said England.
Parents say besides the books, the transgender student at some point during class also changed clothes and was revealed as her true gender.
And many parents say they feel betrayed and blindsided.
“I want her to hear from me as a parent what her gender identity means to her and our family, not from a book that may be controversial,” a parent said.
“My daughter came home crying and shaking so afraid she could turn into a boy,” another parent said.