Students at an Illinois high school that were uncomfortable with classmates of the opposite sex using the same bathroom as they were, were instructed to use a single-stall, unisex bathroom in the nurse’s office. This recommendation resulted in 150 students lining up outside the nurse’s office. As you can imagine, 150 students jockeying for one bathroom led to many students being late for class or missing it entirely. But despite instructions to do so, Superintendent Brian Charron informed the community that students who waited in the line were marked as tardy or absent and warned those who plan on continuing this practice that they will be further disciplined, according to the Daily Caller.
The Daily Caller revealed the message Superintendent Charron shared with the community:
“We want all parents and students to understand that we will not tolerate another significant disruption in school. Students who participated in this disruption today were marked tardy or absent from class. We understand that a similar plan is in place for Monday. Students who attempt to repeat today’s actions will be disciplined for attempting to cause a disruption in school. To the extent we determine that the nurse’s office bathroom line was a form of harassment, students will be disciplined for their participation in the harassment.”
They also spoke with Anna Demers, a Waterloo High School student who shared the following:
“We were told to use a single stall restroom in the nurse’s office if we were uncomfortable with persons of the opposite genitalia in our restrooms. We all stood in line, to use the restroom, and to make a statement. When we tried to stress our safety concerns prior to the events Friday, we were not acknowledged and heard.”
This is the latest (but will be far from the last,) disappointing development in the world of gender confusion that is being promulgated by those with evil intentions. The hypocrisy of those promoting this type of environment while hiding behind “inclusivity” is easily uncovered.
If this were about inclusion, wouldn’t the feelings of those students who are opposed to students using bathrooms that do not align with their biological sex be considered, especially since those who feel this way represent the vast majority?
Demers noted that she and her fellow classmates were not “acknowledged or heard.” This is another layer of the bathroom usage issue that is not shocking to hear. Just weeks ago, an Assistant Superintendent for East Meadow School District from Long Island, New York, was exposed by Project Veritas when he was caught stating:
“Politics is basically my job now. I am political in every conversation I have. Here’s the thing with DEI [Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion] work — if you push too hard doing the work and you get this pushback, it will be decades before you can do the work again. So, it needs to be incremental. Every district [in Nassau County] is doing it [DEI] covertly. Except for the black population.”
This statement, particularly where it references “every district” being involved for the most part, underscores a massive operation that starts at the local level to cram this radical agenda into school curriculum to influence children at a very young age.
If the school truly wanted to come up with a solution that worked best for everybody, it would make the most sense to instruct transgender students to use the single-stall nurse’s office bathroom since they make up a significantly smaller number of students. This would easily prevent 150 students from being targeted and threatened for using common sense while exercising their first amendment right to peacefully assemble. Why would a school be so concerned with pandering to one percent of their student body if it meant making the other 99 percent uncomfortable?
The solution is so obvious that the school not deploying it reveals their agenda does not involve common sense and efficiency but rather orchestrating more chaos, confusion, and division. Sad times for America.
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