A North Carolina middle school brought in a group of transvestites and drag queens to help teach kids to “be themselves” and push the LGBTQ lifestyle onto teens and pre-teens.
Central Park School for Children in Durham, North Carolina, brought in the group to “help students understand what it means to be different,” according to CNN.
“Our drive was to remove barriers to success, belonging and the ability to thrive for all students,” eighth-grade teacher Taylor Schmidt said. “It called for a hard look at the roots of these behaviors and intentional actions to liberate not just the bullied from oppressive acts, but the bully from the oppressive root causes of their actions.”
Schmidt described the event as a partnership but said he followed the lead of the performers.
“They have been the ones sticking their neck out for years to do this kind of work on behalf of the community. They create spaces that are free for everyone … by fully recognizing every aspect of identity.”
The school claims that the performers teach kids that it is “OK to be different.”
One should say that mental disorders are not merely “being different.”
“I thought they must be feeling so empowered to see someone being themselves on stage,” drag queen Vivica told CNN. “Visibility matters, and seeing a queer person of color on stage saying ‘this is me’ has an impact that no one can really measure.”
Clearly the school is hoping to force kids to see transvestites, drag queens, and transgenderism as “normal.”
This is what your schools are teaching your children, America.
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