Saturday, September 24, 2011

Scary Calif. 'Lunch Lady' is Man in Drag

Parents of students in a California school district have been stunned by word that the school is allowing a man who works in the lunchroom to dress like a woman, wearing exposed bra straps and a spaghetti-strap top that would not be allowed for students.

Sorry, Mom. It's the law in California: Celebrate sexual deviancy!

For background, read 'Teaching Gay History' Law for California and also read Parents Fight Calif. Gay Agenda Indoctrination

-- From "Cross dressing cafeteria worker outrages parents in CA" by Andy Koen, KOAA-TV5 9/23/11

A California mother has filed a formal complaint with her daughters' school district after the girls came home from school asking her why a man at school was dressing like a woman. The girls attend kindergarten and third grade at Faller Elementary School in Ridgcrest, a small town located about 150 miles northeast of Los Angeles.

Their mother, Phyllis Fernandez, had apparently contacted the Sierra Sands School District and was told by administrators that their hands were tied.

Attorneys from the Pacific Justice Institute, a religous freedom legal defense organization, have filed a formal complaint with the school district demanding that the employee be disciplined because he was wearing attire that wouldn't be permissible for students to wear.

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From "Crossdressing cafeteria worker turns stomachs of parents, kids" by Bob Unruh, World Net Daily 9/23/11

And a law firm addressing the issue said those are exactly the circumstances that are fueling a popular uprising against a state legislative plan that would require schools to indoctrinate children as young as 5 with the idea that homosexuality, transsexuality and other alternative lifestyles are not only acceptable, but to be looked at as models.

"I shouldn't have to be explaining to my five and eight year old girls why a man at their school is wearing a bra," said Fernandez. "The school believes they have to give special treatment to this individual because of his chosen gender expression, but the learning environment is suffering."

Attorneys at the [Pacific Justice Institute] who are advising Fernandez noted that this type of frustration is serving to build support for a repeal of SB48, the newly approved law that would demand that schools promote transgender, bisexual and homosexual historical figures.

Superintendent Joanna Rummer told WND the situation is as the parents described, but she said the school by state law must allow the "transgender" employee to express his sexual orientation.

. . . she said the district was not allowed to "infringe" on the employee's "rights."

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