Looks like the ban on calling boys and girls by their gender identity is spreading. Recently we heard how teachers from a school in North Carolina were advised to not call boys and girls by those terms and now Teachers at Carlos Rey Elementary School are in a tough situation after their assistant principal told them to stop calling their students “boys and girls.” It seems the school administrators decided to take the new transgender bathroom policy for Albuquerque Public Schools a step further.

This appears to the first example of something that started as a bathroom issue now expanding into daily life in the classroom. A letter sent to teachers at Carlos Rey this month titled “Gender Identity Procedural Directive” states teachers can no longer refer to their students as boys and girls starting this month, telling them to eliminate gender in their classrooms. CONTINUE