A leftist teacher in Texas has said that parents should not be allowed to make decisions for their children and that he knows better what is good for kids.
The story began when a drag queen was invited to speak to kids at Willis High School in Willis, Texas, but the school did not bother to tell parents ahead of time.
On Oct. 18, a Willis cosmetology teacher hosted a drag queen named Lynn Adonis-Deveaux to speak in front of a class.
School administrators claim that they didn’t know ahead of time that the drag queen was going to speak.
“School administrators learned at the end of the day that the man was wearing jeans but also wore heels and makeup,” a statement from the school said. “However, the speaker did as asked, which was to talk to students about makeup application. The guest speaker did not discuss sexual orientation, lifestyle or anything else other than makeup application.”
Oh Miss Lynn Adonis, how we thoroughly enjoyed your company today! Laughs all day and memories we’ll never forget. So thankful for you! pic.twitter.com/Y7GjPziQsJ
— Willis High School Cosmetology (@willishscosmo) October 18, 2019
Soon enough, parents began reacting to the invitation.
But after parents began complaining, English teacher Anthony Lane jumped to Facebook to attack parents for daring to imagine that they should have a say in their children’s education, according to the Community Impact.
Lane attacked parents and said that they should not be allowed to tell a school what their kids should be exposed to in class. Why? Because he and his left-wing cohorts know better.
Once word got out about his post, Lane set his Facebook account to private so that no one can see it.
Now parents are rightfully ticked off that their kid’s teachers want to cut parents out from having any influence with their own children.
One parent, for instance, slammed the school, The Blaze reported.
“I’ve got a problem when somebody with a false name enters a school and has advertised himself as an adult exotic dancer for men … Nobody would be allowed in a school under those circumstances,” said parent Dale Inman. Inman added that Adonis-Deveaux is free to do what he wants in his personal life, but “As a parent, I have a right to know who’s in that school building.”
Other parents agree. As well they should.
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