Are you aware that Public Schools are pushing for a plan to re-identify your boy or girl? One example of this was a report that came out last week from Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board that appears to be acting on Obama’s high-pressured, open bathroom initiative and taking it to its full measure! This Charlotte school has just introduced “The Gender Unicorn.” which is the Charlotte school system’s new teacher’s assistant. His mission is to help our children explore and discover who they “go to bed as,” and who they like to “go to bed with.”
It appears the agenda is to capture the imagination of children and indoctrinate –and even intimidate – them in participating in the sexual revolution that has flooded society and even made it’s way into the Church as well. Even more ridiculous is the gender symbol that is placed over its private area. This madness doesn’t stop here because the purple unicorn was accompanied by an entire CMS Training presentation, where parent’s rights, teacher’s classroom gender references, and even school activities have been completely redefined. According to the report the NC Values Coalition highlighted a few points you, and I should be aware of:
Excerpt From WND:
1) Parental involvement dependent on student’s permission: “Involvement of parents in the plan is determined in working with the student, considering the student’s age and health, wellbeing and safety concerns” (Page 34).
2) Students can choose their bathrooms and changing facilities: “Students must have access to the restroom/changing facilities that correspond to their gender identity” (Page 42).
3) CMS will remove some gender-based activities: “CMS will evaluate all gender-based activities; maintain only those that have clear and sound pedagogical purpose” (Page 46).
4) Students can choose their gender-based activities (intramural sports, dress codes, classes, ceremonies, photos, extracurricular activities, etc.). This includes choosing which gender they participate with during overnight field trips: “Students are permitted to participate in gender-based activities consistent with their gender identity” (Page 46).
5) Students shall not be referred to as “boys and girls” in classrooms, but “scholars” or “students”: “Avoid gender-specific classroom management techniques” (Page 46).