We have this article:
From the article:
A Michigan school district has stopped the practice of allowing members of one biological sex to use the restrooms of the opposite sex after parents pulled their two sons out of elementary school over the issue. Last week, Matt Stewart’s nine-year-old son told him, “There was a girl in the boys’ bathroom” with him and other male elementary kids. When Stewart called the school, the principal told him the Obama administration’s federal guidance on transgender students forced them to allow transgender students in the bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers
This looks like a win, but it is loser speak. We get so caught up in the battle of the day. We forget the thousands of battles that have been lost. So just sit down and think about this for a second. A sitting president of the United States gave guidance for the schools, which it runs and funds, on how to let people who are apparently confused about what their own personal sex is, to shower with members of the opposite sex. That’s where we are.
But this didn’t happen overnight. No, it took lots of lost battles to get to this point, and we think that because a the massive, bloated bureaucracy backed off of the cutting edge, that the 10 pounds of ax behind that edge are not still pushing this through.
I’ve said it here many times. Even if poor confused young souls weren’t being sent into the opposite sex’s restrooms and locker rooms, these institutions are no place for your child. There was once a time when pregnant unwed mothers were the battleground. That is history. Fornication and the ghouls at Planned Parenthood have now set up shop. And they have set up shop whether or not the boys will be allowed into the girl’s locker rooms.
The article continues with, not a victory for these hapless parents, but a momentary truce:
“We are pausing on the federal guidance issued to all school districts across the nation…while we work to…gather feedback on this matter,” Superintendent McGregor wrote.”
The article paints what these parents did as a victory, in the same way that the wounded soldier says, “You might have cut off my arms and legs, and poked out my eyes, but I can still hear!” If you can’t be honest enough with yourself to admit that you’ve been had by the institution, at least be honest enough with yourself to recognize that you are lying to yourself. This government, indoctrination institution is no place for a sweet child.