Transgender Toolkit for Minnesota Public Schools

Transgender Toolkit for Minnesota Public Schools

A “transgender toolkit” has been approved for application in Minnesota public schools:

The guidelines were approved Wednesday by the “School Safety Technical Assistance Council” and will be distributed to Kindergarten through 12th grade public schools and charter schools throughout the state. The toolkit attempts to “ensure a safe and supportive transition” for children becoming a different gender at school.

Parents are expected to get with the program.

The Minnesota Department of Education encourages parents to have “acceptance and support of their child’s gender identity” if they want their child to perform well at school.

“Schools should not assume a student’s name or pronoun,” the toolkit states. “School officials should ask the student and use the requested name and pronouns.”

If a 5-year-old boy wants to pretend that he is a girl named Gertrude, everyone must play along or be denounced as transphobic.

Older students may enjoy the access to bathroom and locker room facilities of the opposite sex to which they are entitled according to the toolkit.

Teachers also should avoid calling grade school children “boys and girls,” because the phrase is not “inclusive.”

This progressive enlightenment is replacing the outmoded emphasis on reading, writing, and arithmetic.

It won’t take long at this rate.

On a tip from Jester. Graphic compliments of Stormfax. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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