Watch: Preschool teacher claims he's "challenging stereotypes" by wearing a skirt to his classroom
One day, in our formerly-sane country, everyone agreed that you shouldn't talk to children about anything age-inappropriate. It now seems like one day in the near future, we'll be hard-pressed to find a school that isn't allowing teachers to tell their three-year-old students all about who they like to bang. Is this the "new normal" our overlords keep telling us about? If so, I want no part of it. Thanks though.
Last month, a clip from a documentary shown to North Carolina daycare owners began circulating online. The clip featured a nonbinary teacher showing their students a nonbinary doll named Nash. The teacher, of course, went on to explain that Nash isn't a boy or girl, a concept that sparked much confusion amongst the 4-year-old audience, whose main concern prior to this lesson was whether to have goldfish or pretzels at snack time.
The Washington Free Beacon put out a full report on the documentary yesterday, and it's a doozy. The film featured a teacher explaining how he wears a skirt to class to "challenge stereotypes" and help children feel "safe to be whoever they want to be". Another teacher explained how the young children made BLM signs and held a protest at the school.
\u201cA male teacher tells the children that \u201cI want to wear a skirt, I want to make sure I feel safe wearing a skirt.\u201d\n\n\u201cI just want you to know that sometimes I wear a skirt, it\u2019s really comfortable, I like it, I like to spin around in it\u201d\u201d— Washington Free Beacon (@Washington Free Beacon) 1676471379
The documentary was filmed at Epiphany Early Learning Preschool & Southwest Early Learning Bilingual Preschool in Seattle & Pacific Primary School in San Francisco. One of the producers said that "there are no scripts or actors in the film" and that "these are real teachers in real classrooms."
In North Carolina, the conference it was shown at was required for child care professionals to remain licensed in the state, and this specific documentary was mandatory for all participants.
So to all you parents out there, it's probably a good idea to be heavily involved in your child's education and schooling. There really is a secret agenda brewing in our nation's public schools. Make sure you know and trust all of your child's teachers. Otherwise, a dude in a skirt might show up one day to "challenge stereotypes".
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