Sunday, February 17, 2013

State Says: If a Boy Says He’s a Girl, Then He’s a girl

State Says: If a Boy Says He’s a Girl, Then He’s a girl
The official interpretation of state law released by Massachusetts Commissioner of Education Mitchell Chester requires schools to permit boys to use girls’ locker rooms, bathrooms, and changing facilities if the boys insist they’re really girls.

By de Andréa
February 17, 2013

I just knew this was coming…
As I was researching this I was thinking back to when I was a young man in High School, I could just imagine all the boys in the school suddenly claiming that they were actually girls in a boy’s body.  Once in awhile one of us would express an interest in playing on the girl’s volleyball team, but then boys will be boys, that’s why they need parents.

Massachusetts State law says: boys are girls if they say they are…
“Some students may feel uncomfortable with a so-called transgender student using the same sex-segregated restroom, locker room or changing facility,” the official document admits, but then concludes, “this discomfort is not any reason to deny ‘access’ to the transgender student.”

Kris Mineau, president of the Massachusetts Family Institute, however, says there’s something far more significant than “discomfort” at stake here.  “The School Commissioner’s first duty is to protect all students, from kindergarten to grade 12, not endanger them,” Mineau said in a statement.  “The overriding issue with this new policy is that opening girls’ bathrooms to boys is an invasion of privacy and a threat to all students’ safety.”  Yeah ya think.  That’s the trouble here; robot lawmakers are incapable of independent thought and moral discernment.

Furthermore, the policy document explains “that neither a doctor’s note nor hormone therapy nor even parental permission is needed for a student to switch sex: If a boy says he’s a girl, as far as the schools should be concerned, he’s a girlThe responsibility for determining a student’s gender identity rests with the student.” the statement reads. 

The document further warns that referring to transgendered students by their birth name or sex, if it doesn’t match their current, preferred name or sex, “should not be tolerated and can be grounds for student or faculty discipline.”

The document creates policy related to a law that went into effect in July of last year.  It is called “An Act Relative to Gender Identity,” which in turn amended G.L. c. 76, §5 “to establish that no person shall be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to a public school of any town, or in obtaining the advantages, privileges and courses of study of such public school on account of gender identity.”

According to the 11-page policy paper, that means that boys who identify themselves as girls should not only be addressed by the feminine pronoun and be listed as girls on official transcripts, but they should also be allowed access to girls’ facilities and be allowed to play on girls’ athletic and club teams.  Likewise for girls who insist they’re boys.

“If a male student tells his teacher he feels like a girl on the inside, the school has to treat him in every way as if he actually is a girl,” Beckwith explained, citing the policy paper.  “School personnel are forbidden from informing the parents of their child’s gender decisions, and students can even decide to be one gender at home and another at school.”  Kind’a makes a mockery of the absurd doesn’t it?

 “Each situation needs to be reviewed and addressed based on the particular circumstances of the student and the school facilities,” the education policy states.  “Yet in all cases, the principal should be clear with the student (and parent) that the student may access the restroom, locker room and changing facility that corresponds to the student’s preferred gender identity.”

The policy also gives the following example: “In one middle school, a male-to-female transgender sixth-grader socially transitioned after spring break.  For the rest of the school year, he/she used the nurse’s restroom and the other unisex restrooms at the school.  Beginning in seventh grade, he/she used the girls’ restroom.”

The Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education can be contacted through its website.

Read a WorldNetDaily reporof previous attempts by state lawmakers in other states who have attempted to open up shower and bathroom facilities to cross-dressers and “transgendered” individuals.

THE BOTTOM LINE:  This may be appalling to most of you, at least I hope it is, but it shouldn’t be a surprise.  Once the foot of the Devil is in your door he will make himself at home.  Once perversion such as Man/Boy love, Sodomy, same sex marriage, or any homosexual activity is considered normal, then it becomes normal and acceptable.  Then girls and boys having a high ole time in the school shower, as appalling as it is, shouldn’t surprise you at all.  You must accept the responsibility because you’…  Mr. or Ms. America… let the Devil’s foot in the door.  Now what are you going to do to get him out of your children’s school and your State?  

You really need to be a responsible parent it’s your job, make a big issue out of this, and pull your kids out of this cesspool of perversion before you lose your kids to the tyranny of this lawless criminal State!  Because if you don’t do something my friend, these Godless Nazis will program your children with every kind of twisted perverted philosophy that would even make the Devil himself shudder.

Your call…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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