Happening Now: Kindergartners ‘Crying, Shaking’ Over Transgender Book Teacher Read

Happening Now: Kindergartners ‘Crying, Shaking’ Over Transgender Book Teacher Read

Alright listen up you entitled little weenies. It’s one thing to push your LGBT crap on grown adults who can fully comprehend what is happening, but it’s another entirely to expose innocent children to it when they can’t grasp the concept.

Parents are outraged that their children came home frightened from a California charter school after being read a transgender book by a teacher who read to them without any sort of warning to either the children or the parents.

One parent claims that their child came home “crying and shaking so afraid she could turn into a boy.” Another said that the book was given to the teacher by a “transgender” student who then changed clothes so they could be the gender they feel like they are.

The Capitol Resource Institute’s Karen England called out the school for confusing and frightening children.

“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.”

Parents of the students who were exposed to the book are furious that they were not notified ahead of time so they could give their consent (or not.) Perhaps that was intentional. How are you going to get children to believe in the LGBT agenda if their parents don’t let you expose them to it at a young, impressionable age?

But it wasn’t just this one book. Apparently the teacher read two different books on transgenderism, including I Am Jazz, which is a story authored by Jazz Jennings, a popular transgender advocate who began transitioning at a young age.

“It’s really about the parents being informed and involved and giving us the choice and rights of what’s being introduced to our kids, and at what age,” said parent Chelsea McQuistan.

Where do the rights of parents end and the rights of progressives begin?

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