“A little child shall lead them,” painting by James L. Johnson.
Bring a gun to a knife fight: It appears that the complaints of parents don’t work with leftist Democratic Party and its minions in the education community, who see those parents as extremists and potential terrorists. Instead, it took a student walkout in September in Pennsylvania to finally force the Perkiomen Valley School District board to rescind its queer bathroom policy, which allowed cross-dressing boys to use the girls’ bathroom.
This is a followup of a September blacklist story. When the school board voted 4 to 3 to reject a policy that would prevent such behavior, defying the crowds of parents attending the school board meeting to demand this change, the students then organized a walk out on September 22, 2023, for reasons they themselves made clear:
“Kids were upset. Girls… we wanted to protect them. They were upset. They didn’t want men in their bathroom,” John Ott, who organized the walkout, told FOX News on Monday. [emphasis mine]
It was very clear at the time that the kids had more common sense than the adults on the school board or the administrators and teachers running the schools. The board’s intransigence was also succeeding in making all these kids future Republicans.
This last fact might have finally have forced several board members to rethink their position. Earlier this week the board finally bowed to pressure, and voted 5 to 4 to ban boys from girls’ bathrooms, even if the boy likes to wear a dress.
The change however was not as significant as this story makes it appear. In voting for this change in policy, four board members voted no. Thus, we know that this school board still has four members, one short of a majority, who are quite willing to allow teenage girls to be leered at in the toilet by cross-dressing teenage boys.
On the picture to the right I have circled in red the three board members who I have been able to identify who continue to support the queer agenda, even though the board had listened to hours of comments by parents objecting to it. Those circled in green voted to end the bad policy. Because the transcript and audio of the board meeting were both unclear, I was unable to identify the votes of the other two board members, and so I have left this blank.
Nonetheless, from this information we can identify three board members who believe it is all right for a teenage boy to enter a girls’ bathroom — as long as he puts on a dress. The graphic also tells us that all four votes for this queer policy must have come from women, a fact that is even more troubling, since these adult women apparently cannot grasp the discomfort felt by young girls having boys in their bathrooms.
None of those who opposed this policy change are fit to serve in any governing position — especially positions that involve children — and should be voted out of office as quickly as possible.
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