Public schools continue to wage war against parents and decency with “secret” gender transition closets for kids to change into trans clothes in
We have seen dozens of examples of why Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill is necessary. Teachers encourage children to be gay or trans. Schools teaching sex to Kindergartners. Districts hide children’s gender from their parents. But this is just as uncomfortable as all of that.
Public schools–even middle schools–across the nation are setting up closets (there’s an irony here) for children to undress and change into the opposite gender’s clothes in. These “transition closets” are by design secretive, with parents not knowing about them at all in many cases.
Rooms stocked with clothes for transgender kids to secretly change into to match their “gender identity” are being found all over the place.
A California teacher said the following of the rooms in a TikTok video:
From the Epoch Times:
“The goal of the transition closet is for our students to wear the clothes that their parents approve of, come to school and then swap out into the clothes that fit who they truly are,” the teacher said.
The California Family Council and others eventually confirmed the identity of the teacher as Oakland Unified School District Spanish teacher Thomas Martin-Edwards, who is also the founder of “Queer Teacher Fellowship.”
Martin-Edwards, the teacher who runs the trans closet, is also transgender. He has posted videos of himself in the classroom showing off the stilettos he wears to school.
They are keeping this a secret from you. They have your kids undress and change clothes within the school, defy your parenting preferences, and keep it all a secret. The schools won’t even tell you what your child identifies as now, even if it’s as ridiculous as a fairy or a unicorn.
Public schools are trying to usurp your role as the parent as they indoctrinate your children.
We need more states to pass laws like the Parental Rights in Education bill to protect children from groomer teachers and to re-establish the supremacy of the parent in a child’s upbringing.