If I wanted the USA to succeed. Nov 29, 2018 23:51:06 GMT sigurdur, Codewhacker, and 1 more like this
Post by Ratty on Nov 29, 2018 23:51:06 GMT
Alexis Lightcap, Opinion contributor Published 6:00 a.m. ET Nov. 29, 2018
Students experiencing gender dysphoria deserve our love and support. But my privacy rights shouldn’t depend on what others believe about their gender.
I posted that on an Aussie seniors' forum and have had this response from one of the females ... can I still say 'female'?
She highlighted these bits:
The school bureaucracy has no right to say my privacy is irrelevant,
a school that should be protecting everyone’s privacy,
their secrecy and silence create the distinct impression that they aren’t really interested in fairness at all.
... and said:
And that about sums up what I feel about it.
That so many seem to think this "safe schools" rubbish is anything other than power grabbing propaganda by the 'Velvet Mafia' they need a lesson in life!
The same 'Lefties' who howl loudly against Religious Schools brainwashing their kids with superstitious nonsense have no hesitation in brainwashing everybody else's kids into thinking that there's something wrong with them if they're not utterly confused whether they're boys or girls!
And that they should be taught about the alphabet of genders rather than the alphabet of the written language.
If the shoving of sexual orientation thinking into the minds of 4 and 5 year olds isn't "grooming" then I must be missing something.
This shared space that should be private is the true 'outrage'.
I don't know how others were raised but privacy was priority one in our house.
I was raised with 3 adult men in the house so careful attention was paid that no 'private' bits were ever displayed, even accidentally! Ever!
A closed door may as well have been a bank vault. it was never even pushed open, by me as a kid as I was taught early that I must never impose on anyone else's privacy.
I can well imagine I'd've had a coronary at a tender age had I shared a change room with schoolmates equipped with dangly bits.
I was outspoken to the point of rudeness when it came to opinions, but extremely shy about displaying body parts.
My sympathy lies with those kids who have lost their rights to suit those who don't deserve them.