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March 12, 2023
Watch: Trolling dad identifies as "Female Julius Caesar" at a school board meeting and hilarity ensues
A New Hampshire dad took a unique approach to protest at a local school board meeting: dressing like Julius Caesar.
The father, Michael Guglielmo, was recently prohibited from visiting one of the school district's elementary schools for an interaction with one of the school's teachers, Silas Allard. Allard identifies as a member of the LGBTQ community and wears women's clothes to school. Guglielmo believes this facilitates gender confusion and also criticized some of Allard's social media posts as inappropriate for children.
According to a letter written by the school district and sent to Guglielmo, he asked Allard to take a photograph, and Allard agreed. He then asked Allard to pose, and Allard declined. The school deemed this harassment, resulting in Guglielmo's prohibition from the school.
Guglielmo's criticisms of Allard led to Allard being placed on leave, but ultimately, the school allowed them to return. Which prompted Guglielmo to speak at the school board meeting. As Julius Caesar.
"I am Caesar. Julius Caesar of Rome, the Emperor. I am also a female. Does anyone here believe that? That I am Julius Caesar? Anybody believe that?"
"No, of course not," he said, tossing his helmet on the table. "It's ridiculous. I'm not Caesar. I'm not a woman either. I'm here as a father."
He reportedly went on to say, "Your duty is to act in the best interest of children. It is to teach truth, not lies. Facts, not fiction. Biology, not a social agenda. As taxpayers, we deserve to have our children taught what we pay for, and it's not a social agenda, whether it be right or left."
The woman in the front row's reaction is priceless. She's clearly not having this bit. But really, what is the father doing wrong? If anyone is allowed to identify as anything they want just by speaking it, why not Julius Caesar? Following their logic, this should be perfectly fine. But it's not. And I think we all know why.