Does your son want to excel in sports? If you live in Oregon, it's as simple as claiming that he's a girl!
It's totes legal now
Oregon’s state government released a set of guidelines for schools Thursday informing educators that students must be allowed to use whatever locker rooms they want and play on opposite-sex sports teams as long as they say it reflects their chosen gender identity. Not only that, but if the student doesn’t want his or her parents to know, teachers don’t have to tell them.
The 15-page document makes Oregon one of just a handful of states to release detailed guidelines for how states should handle the topic of transgender students. In general, the guide tells teachers to adhere to the wishes of students when it comes to affirming their chosen gender identity.
“A student who says she is a girl and wishes to be regarded that way throughout the school day should be respected and treated like any other girl,” it says. “So too with a student who says he is a boy.” Students should be called by whatever name they wish (regardless of their legal name), and they have the right to use bathrooms and locker rooms of either sex in accordance with their wishes.
They released an informative video to go with it as well...
But seriously... if the student doesn't want his or her parents to know? Do they leave the house as a boy,
then legitimately change their biological gender
then change into a costume when they get to school?
As much as leftists try to deny science, boys are born stronger than girls(testosterone, bone strength, size, etc,). Letting them play girls sports give them an unfair advantage. This isn't necessarily new, as seen by Fallon Fox, a male MMA fighter who beats up women for a living (Read
"Dear Fallon Fox: No, You Don't Get to Beat Up Chicks..." here
). What is
, is allowing this at the scholastic level... where athletics ultimately provide a path to scholarships and life-changing incentives to cheat the system.
On the flip-side, leftists also want to give Caitlyn Jenner credit for Bruce Jenner's medals (yes really). Because we're now supposed to act as though a woman set the mens Decathlon record. They can't even keep their own rules straight. A review of the tape below reveals mixed results.