Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Kindergartners Taught Sex Change in Maine School

Parents of Horace Mitchell Primary School in Kittery, Maine were shocked to learn that their children were given the lesson of a sexually confused toddler encouraged by his parents to pretend to be a girl and to ask "the good fairy to change his genitalia."  Superintendent of Schools Allyn Hutton said it's a necessary lesson: "The whole culture at Mitchell School is about teaching tolerance and respect."
“When our students and their parents have questions related to LGBTQ issues, our goal is to foster healthy dialog [sic], critical thinking and inclusiveness. With that in mind, our conversations include all students and perspectives to create a safe and supportive school climate.”
Lesbian activist and feminist both oppose school's transgender indoctrination - click for Fox News report
UPDATE 6/5/16: Secret School Transgender Training via Washington State Edict

UPDATE 5/20/15: Gay Teachers Indoctrinate 8-year-olds in North Carolina

UPDATE 5/9/15: President Obama Forces Gay Agenda on Schools via Taxpayer$$

UPDATE 4/22/15: NBC News launches pre-school/kindergarten pro-transgender indoctrination report series (CLICK HERE for more NBC News videos)

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Maine Middle School Students Taught Homosexual Foreplay

Supreme Court Opens Girl's Room to Grown Men in Maine

Transgender Cartoons Indoctrinate Preschoolers

2-year-old Says She's a Boy, 'Parents' Say OK

Parents Allow Babies to Choose Gender From Birth

New Jersey Boy Returns to Middle School as Girl

Missouri Elementary Principal Announces Boy Now a Girl

Schools Across America OK Boys in Girls' Showers

Also read how the Gay Agenda permeates public schools with "transgender rights" and read how it impacts every citizen of America.

In addition read how public school curricula sexualize children, even using pornography in the classroom, so it should be no surprise how students reflect this sexualization.

-- From "Kittery school put on defensive about transgender lesson" by Jesse Scardina, Portsmouth Herald 4/17/15

During a lesson on tolerance and acceptance implemented by the guidance department, the book “I Am Jazz” by Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings was read to 20 of 22 classes in the Grades K-3 school. The story is about a young child “with a boy’s body but a girl’s brain,” who goes through a childhood struggle of identifying with her true self until she and her family speak with a new doctor and come to understand the child is transgender.

[Supt.] Hutton said educating students about transgender people is important because there are students within the district who identify as such.

Hutton said a majority of parents expressed support of the lesson, while others would have rather had notification beforehand.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Maine School's 1st Grade Curriculum: Reading, Writing and Transgenderism?" posted by Lauren at The Sean Hannity Show 4/14/15

. . . The mother was less than pleased to learn that this book was involved in the class curriculum and says, “I feel like my thoughts, feelings and beliefs were completely ignored….My right as a parent to allow or not allow this discussion with my child was taken from me. It is very upsetting to me that I didn't have an option at all.”

The concerned parent says her son had many questions for her after she asked him about the book. For instance, he asked his mother if he was “transgender” or not and also whether or not he could be “a girl in love with a girl.” The mother says that up until time the topic was brought up in school, her son had never said anything like that before.  “I was taken aback by it,” the parent said. “Being seven, once you put something in their mind they don't forget so easily.”

The concerned parent also went to school authorities and expressed her concerns with the lesson and says, “When I spoke with the principal [David Foster] he was very cold about it. It's amazing how thoughtless the school has been with this whole thing.”

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Jazz Jennings has written I am Jazz for transgender children like herself" posted at news.au.com 10/25/14

This 14-year-old has written the first picture book for children about growing up transgender — an accomplishment that has seen her named one of the world’s most influential teens.

Florida teenager Jazz Jennings was born male but started identifying as a girl at the age of two.

Jazz says her parents Greg and Jeanette decided to seek advice when she asked “Mummy, when’s the good fairy going to come with her magic wand and change, you know, my genitalia?”

By the age of five she was diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder, or Gender Dysphoria, and started making the transition to living life as a female.

She started taking blockers that prevented the growth of body hair and with oestrogen therapy her body started to grow breasts during puberty.

Jazz will have to wait until she is 18 to have gender reassignment surgery.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Transgenderism is a 'Delusion' According to Victim

And read about myriad male teachers all of a sudden showing up at school as women.