The liberals’ nonstop efforts to blur the lines between male and female and morph us all into some sort of assexual ‘we don’t have a gender’ gender just took a massive shot on the chin in North Carolina.
Gender benders in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system had planned to force their agenda of starting children questioning “Am I a boy or a girl” on first graders(!!) by introducing a book entitled, “Jacob’s New Dress” without so much as notifying the children’s parents!
From The Daily Caller:
“There used to be a common phrase teachers and parents would use when school-aged boys acted up: “Boys will be boys.” Recently, a North Carolina school district tried to change that by teaching first graders that some boys should actually be girls.
Without notifying parents, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system planned to read young students a picture book called “Jacob’s New Dress.” In the book, a schoolboy, Jacob, wants to wear a pink dress. Instead of teaching their son that dresses are for girls, Jacob’s parents decide to sacrifice their son’s mental health; they even make the boy a new dress and send him to school adorned in the garb of the opposite sex.”
Tami Fitzgerald, the executive director of the coalition, said that no notice was given to parents about the book and that it was sprung on teachers only days before it was supposed to be used.
I can’t believe this book is for children. The book is meant as a tool of indoctrination to normalize transgender behavior. I think a lot of parents would object to that.”
She said a teacher tipped off the coalition, which emailed its members, issued a news release and was organizing a petition when the school system reversed course.
“We believe the purpose of first grade is to teach writing, reading and math and not to teach boys to wear dresses,” she said.
The book opens with Jacob in the dress-up corner of a classroom where students can put on costumes and imagine themselves in different roles. Jacob puts on a sparkly pink dress and a crown and declares, “I’ll be the princess.”
A classmate complains that Jacob likes to wear girl clothes, but Jacob’s parents and his teacher are nonjudgmental and supportive. Jacob and his mother make a dress that he proudly wears to school. His father says, “Well, it’s not what I would wear, but you look great.”
It’s somewhat shocking that a book of this sort would include the presence of a father at all since fathers are men. At least they used to be.
[Note: This article was written by Derrick Wilburn]