A biological male who thinks he is a woman, and who also teaches English at Bemidji High School in Bimidji, Minn., has gone viral for fantasizing online about how he might never get to “fulfill my lifelong quest of moving to Tennessee to secretly inject 11-year-olds with hormone blockers while I do an interpretive drag dance to my favorite Judy Blume novel.”
Gina Marie Bernard, as this transgender “woman” calls himself, wrote the disturbing message on Facebook in response to the recent mass slaughter of Christian teachers, staff members, and students at The Covenant School in Nashville by Audrey Hale, a transgender who was born a female but later pretended to be a man.
Bernard has been known to post bizarre rantings and “poems” on Facebook, including one called “Confessional” in which he writes about giving his daughters alcohol and drugs, performing oral sex, killing a friend’s cat, writing a letter to a serial killer, and masturbating, among other unsavory topics.
In this same poem, Bernard also fantasized about committing some type of crime in order to be admitted to a women’s prison.
“I’ve tasted the barrel of a loaded Winchester Ranger 20-gauge, silky with Hoppe’s No. 9,” the disturbing poem reads. “I fantasize about committing a crime so I can spend a year in a women’s prison. But only a year.”
Parent of one of Bernard’s students says she’s “very scared” for her child’s safety “to even be in the same building as this man”
Bernard is said to have written at least two books of poetry. One of them is called “I Am This Girl” and the other is called “Naked, Getting’ Nuder,” according to The Bemidji Pioneer.
“That poem was very hard to write because I had to kind of bare my soul, and I had to be really honest about some things that I could have easily taken to my grave and never told anybody,” Bernard reportedly told the local media outlet.
“But how do you live in the light? How do you live in truth? How do you demonstrate to other people that you’re more than the sum total of your choices without being willing to open that vein? That’s kind of what the poetry’s all about.”
As you might expect, Bernard’s classroom is filled with LGBT flare, including a pride flag and a transgender flag. These images and symbols caught the attention of some local parents, including one who asked: “How is this okay?”
“[The post] about injecting children is disgusting and disturbing,” this same parent said, choosing to remain anonymous.
“I don’t even know how to put it into words. This man shouldn’t be around my children or any other children. I’m very scared for my children’s safety to even be in the same building as this man.”
Another parent, who also chose to remain anonymous, told Alpha News that his daughter was criticized by another staff member at the school for referring to Bernard as a male, which he is.
“This information is out there for the students to see,” that parent said. “This is where the big issue comes.”
When pressed for comment by Alpha News about these disturbing revelations, Bernard refused to offer any kind of response. The school district in which Bernard teaches similarly refused multiple attempts at communication via calls and email.