I really didn’t think it was going to happen this fast when I predicted last week that schools were going to need all new bathrooms soon to accommodate “transgender children.” That case involved a Missouri high school senior who triggered a large protest when he insisted on changing in the girls’ locker room. I clearly failed to anticipate just how quickly the SJW forces can move because one school district in the San Francisco area is already on top of the problem. They’re going to entirely unisex bathrooms to avoid insulting any “differently gendered” students, by golly, and they’re starting with the elementary school. (Yahoo News)
Out of 365 students, about six to eight kids at Miraloma Elementary don’t adhere to the traditional gender binary—and that makes potty time fraught with anxiety-inducing decisions.
In order to make using the restroom a carefree process for every student, the San Francisco school has started getting rid of gendered bathrooms, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
So far, the single-stall bathrooms for kindergartners and first graders—which are located within the classroom—are gender neutral. The school plans to phase in bathrooms used by older students over the next few years, including restrooms with multiple stalls.
I need to take a moment before we continue if you’ll just excuse me…
Who could possibly have guessed that the epicenter for erasing the concept of gender from the early education system would come from San Francisco? I suppose if you indoctrinate them early enough you can really strike a blow for change, but this highly disturbing trend isn’t just taking place in the left coast granola-centric community. This entire concept of restructuring the human race in abject denial of fundamental, biological reality – not to mention millennia of attempting to instill civil behavior for young ladies and gentlemen – should be a warning sign. We’re managing to tear down our own house from the inside and the government seems to be perfectly willing to finance the wrecking ball.
When you read a facepalm inducing story like this you might be wondering, well how many kids are having gender issues in kindergarten? The obvious and easy answer is that none of them are, but some of them have parents who watch Rachel Maddow or read Sally Kohn too frequently and you never know what they’ll be getting up to with their own children. Another case in point comes to us once again not from California, but from Nashville, Tennessee. Hang on to your hats for this one. (Yahoo)
Christiane Davis, a stay-at-home mom, lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, Jeremiah, and their two kids, A.J. and Patrick. What most people wouldn’t know at first glance is that A.J., which stands for Andrew Jackson, is a female-to-male transgender child.
On Nov. 14, 2007, Davis gave birth to a baby girl named Nadine. Davis began seeing signs that her child was a boy rather than a girl early on. By the time A.J. turned three, he was refusing to wear “girly” clothes. Another issue was A.J.’s hair: He did not want it to be touched. “He didn’t want me to put it up into little clips or bows,” she said.
Davis thought she was going to have a tomboy and didn’t want to label her child anything. She thought her then daughter was just a strong-willed little girl. But it went beyond that.
The story just goes downhill from there. I can’t even imagine what’s going to become of the Davis family’s daughter in later years but it seems to be beyond our control. I’m just hoping they’re not going to try chemically altering her body to delay the onset of puberty or begin scheduling surgery on her.
But as far as the bathroom question goes, somebody needs to step up and stop the nonsense. If your daughter wants to dress in jeans and a button down when she goes to school (and you, as a parent want to allow it) then fine. Dress them how you like. If you want to send your son off to freshman year wearing a poodle skirt I guess that’s on you. But let’s stop pretending that your elementary or even high school student’s “rights” are more important than the rights and privacy of the rest of the students. If they don’t want somebody with the opposite plumbing sharing their bathroom or coming into the locker room and watching them change their clothes, you need to back the hell down.
Also, this is not “discrimination” so let’s just stop trotting that word out too. If a school told a gender confused student that they needed to go do their business in an outhouse they dug behind the school, that would be discrimination. If they are offered a bathroom (even a separate “gender neutral” one) which has commodes and sinks and showers and the same facilities as everyone else, then they are already bending over backwards to accommodate you. Let’s just knock it off. This is organized insanity.