“Transgender” Students At K-12 School District Allowed To Use Any Bathroom

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The “transgender” madness is spreading across America, and is invading the country’s school systems. Schools normalizing a mental illness has a heavy effect on our children, and we should not accept this brainwashing of our kids.

The newly infected school district is Grass Lake Community Schools in Grass Lake, Michigan. In 2016, a 3rd grade “transgender” student requested to use the boys bathroom, and the school ruled in December over the opposition of many parents that they would allow transgender students to use the bathroom of the gender they identify with.

This decision not only effectively allows any student to “identify” with any gender they want and use any bathroom, it indoctrinates children into believing that a mental disorder called gender dysmorphia is actually a normal phenomenon called transgenderism.

The school cited a ruling made by 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati in allowing transgender students to use the bathroom of the gender they identify as. Grass Lake Superintendent Ryle Kiser said the district will follow that ruling until it’s either supported or overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Grass Lake Schools claims to have developed a procedure that will “meet the needs of all of the students in the District,” Tby building stalls with lockable doors around urinals in the boys bathroom, beginning with the elementary school. Until those stalls are in place the transgender 3rd grade student has agreed to use the gender neutral bathroom at the elementary school.

This procedure has been no comfort to many parents and students, nor should it. The social conditioning of accepting “transgender” as anything but a mental illness is a plague upon our kids.

You can call Superintendent Kiser at 517-867-5545 and email him at [email protected]

Source:

WILX 10

 

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