Parents ask left-wing tribunal to fight transgender indoctrination

Wednesday, July 3, 2019
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Gender Unicorn (sex unknown)Canadian parents took a public school to court after their then-first grader was taught a transgender-friendly lesson that there is no such thing as a boy or a girl.

Jason and Pamela Buffone complained to Devonshire Community Public School last year after their daughter was informed that “girls and not real and boys are not” real in a video, “He? She? They? Gender Queer Kid Stuff,” The Christian Post reported.

The first grader predictably came home confused about her gender, and earlier this year the parent's complaint was presented to a Human Rights Tribunal that typically rules in favor of left-wing causes such as transgender rights.

The goal of such classroom lessons, warns longtime conservative activist Janice Crouse, is to spread an ideology that replaces the traditional family on the grounds that traditional beliefs are bigoted and hateful.  

“And that effort,” she says, “really must be understood by the general public."

The parents were told by their daughter, in fact, that the teacher continually preached trans-activism beliefs to the impressionable students throughout the semester. By the month of March, they said, she was asking why her identity as a girl is “not real.”

Crouse, Janice (CWA)Angered with their child’s emotional distress, the parents went to the tribunal to file a complaint.

The Christian Post reports the parents are awaiting to hear back from the tribunal with the understanding that its views are leftist. But the mother, Pamela, is determined to help other parents fight back.

“Be knowledgeable about trans-activism and read your school’s policies,” she advised. “Ask them how they’re going to teach concepts like gender fluidity.”

The mother also advised to keep your own beliefs to yourself and allow the school officials to expose their own beliefs to a parent who appears curious.

“You’ll learn a lot,” the mother said, “from how they choose to answer your questions."


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