Sunday, September 22, 2013

Sexual Confusion Reigns at Calif. HS Homecoming

At Marina High School in Huntington Beach, California, a 16-year-old boy who pretends to be a girl was NOT advised to seek psychiatric counseling for gender identity disorder (a caring action), but rather his mental illness was exploited through media hype and being elected homecoming queen by indoctrinated students.
“I was so proud to win, not just for me but for everyone out there. I think it really shows the progression of the times.”
-- Lance Campbell, teenage boy-queen
To see the trend, read Massachusetts Male 'Transgender' Student Voted Prom Queen

For background, read Senate Codifies Gay Agenda in School Reform Bill and so there's no surprise when a Gay Pedophile Teacher is Defended by a Michigan School

The process starts early: Transgender Cartoons Indoctrinate Preschoolers

And read how the Gay Agenda permeates public schools with "transgender rights."

-- From "Transgender high school student becomes homecoming queen" by Lisa Gutierrez, The Kansas City Star 9/22/13

Transgender teen Cassidy Lynn Campbell . . . who was born male but told reporters that she always felt like a girl, was crowned during halftime of Friday night’s football game.

Before Cassidy was crowned, principal Paul Morrow said that if his school was “to make high-profile news during its homecoming week this year, then we are proud that the message is one of equity and individual respect.”

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From "For transgender homecoming queen, a crowning achievement" by Kurt Streeter, Los Angeles Times 9/21/13

The Marina High senior put herself up for the title because she hoped to make a statement and draw attention to the push for equality for transgender people. She also became part of a small but growing movement as transgender teens nationwide enter competitions for traditional honors such as homecoming and prom king and queen.

Cassidy said her legs shook with nervousness as she stood at a podium next to her mother. Then, when she was named winner, she dropped to her knees and broke into tears. Friends began hugging her. The crowd chanted her name.

"I just think it is such a huge step for the transgender community," she said Saturday, when asked to put her achievement into perspective. "The majority at my school wanted me to win. So many people embraced me and accept me for who I am. I think that is pretty profound."

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Also read Parents Allow Babies to Choose Gender From Birth