Sunday, November 08, 2015

'Gay Dads' Get Christians Fired over Pretend Son

Madeline Kirksey, a daycare manager at the Childrens’ Lighthouse Learning Center in Katy, Texas, and another worker were fired for refusing to encourage a sexually confused 6-year-old girl to believe that she's a boy simply because her homosexual "parents" want their daughter to be a son.
“One day, she wanted to be a girl, the next day she wanted to be a boy.  The other kids are confused as well, calling her a boy and she would start screaming, 'I'm not a boy!'”
-- Madeline Kirksey
For background, read how Parents and Schools are to Blame for Kids' Transgenderism, which is a 'Delusion' According to the Victims and Professionals

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Also read President Obama Demands Transgender Communal Nudity — Illinois School Balks

-- From "Katy Transgender Child Sparks Debate" by Cliff Saunders posted at KTRH-AM740 (Houston, TX) 11/6/15

One of the workers, Madeline Kirksey, went public with her concerns for the child that is being raised by a gay couple.

“I don’t think that we should be talking to other people’s children that are under the age of 18, about transgender,” Kirksey said.

“One day she wanted to be a girl. The next day she wanted to be a boy,” Kirksey explained.

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From "Did school fire 2 for concerns about 6-year-old transgender child?" posted at 11/4/15

Two staff members say they were fired from a Texas school when voicing concerns after being told last week to refer to a 6-year-old girl by a new name and start acting like she was a boy.

School administrators allegedly handed out a “common sense” set of guidelines for “How to Handle Transgender Students” to the staff, according to a document viewed by FOX26. The “mini-guide for teachers” suggested steps such as “Accord them the same respect you wish for yourself,” “Help defend their dignity” and “Educate yourself and your students.” One section begins, “Like the first black student in a white school 30 years ago, the transgender student today faces a population that finds them strange and frightening.”

Kirksey said she advocated talking to parents about the directive, and shortly thereafter she was fired from her position as a manager.

A teacher at the learning center also said she was fired for voicing her concerns.

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From "Workers fired for raising concerns about transgender student Children's Lighthouse Learning Center" by Damali Keith, KRIV-TV26 (Houston, TX) 11/4/15

“It caused confusion,” says one employee. At Children’s Lighthouse Learning Center on Clay Road in Katy, Madeline Kirksey says last week she and her staff were told a six-year-old student is transgender. According to Kirksey, the child's parents cut the girl's hair short and Children’s Lighthouse Learning Center workers were instructed to start calling the girl a boy and by a boy's name.

After insisting on notifying parents regarding the transgender 6-year-old student at Children’s Lighthouse Learning Center, Kirksey says she was fired. The termination letter includes claims that she failed to tell a worker to leave a game room and "When requested by parent and management to call a transgender child by the child's new name, Madeline does not follow instructions."

"I said, ‘this is what this whole thing (firing) is about?' So she said, 'We'll scratch that off,' and that’s when she scratched off the line about the transgender child and wrote her initials by it,” explains Kirksey.

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From "Christian Daycare Worker Refuses To Call Transgender 6-Year-Old A Boy. Now She’s Paying The Price" by B. Christopher Agee, Western Journalism 11/6/15

. . . After explaining that the girl often changes her own mind regarding which name she preferred, that point was removed from the letter. Her termination still stood, though, reportedly because she notified others of her concerns.

This, Kirksey determined, was not only inappropriate but contrary to her beliefs.

She said the aforementioned colleague echoed her concerns, leading them both to decline the order. Their decision, Kirksey said, earned them both a pink slip.

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Also read Houston Lesbian Mayor's Transgender/Gay Agenda Defeated by Voters