a 14 year old virginia girl kicked out in his school district — claiming that its policy of allowing transgender children to use women’s locker rooms is “dangerous” and “rooted in sexism.”
“Two years ago, I was told that Niti 1040 was just a chhatra philosophy and you won’t let boys into girls’ locker rooms. But here you are doing just that,” Class VIII Jolene Grover told the board on Tuesday Told the school district in the meeting, Granthshala News reported.
Jolene Loudoun was referring to County Public Schools’ recent 8350 policy, which states in a draft that “students should be allowed to use a facility that matches their gender identity,” according to the news outlet.
The teen, who was wearing a shirt that read, “Woman is Woman,” told board members: “Everyone knows what a boy is — even you.”
“Your proposed policies are dangerous and rooted in sexism,” she said.
The middle schooler then argued that “modern identities” are only “superficial”.
“When waking kids ask me if I was a gay or a trans boy because I cut my hair short, it should tell you that these modern identities are superficial,” she alleged.
Jolene, who is now homeschooled after her mother kicked her out of school, said she worried that the new policy would harass and assault girls.
Jolene told the board, “Now, the boys are reading courtship in the classroom next to the girls and you want to give them access to the girls’ locker room and you want to force the girls to call those boys ‘she’.” Huh.”
“You do this in the name of inclusion, while ignoring the girls who pay the price. Your policies choose the wants of boys over the needs of girls,” she said.
The district declined to comment to Granthshala News about Jolene’s comments.
The teen’s remarks come amid ongoing controversy over gym teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross, who refused to use the preferred pronoun of transgender students.
He was suspended and then reinstated after Loudoun said during a school board meeting that he would not recognize that “a biological boy can be a girl and vice versa” because of his Christian faith.
“I am speaking out lovingly for those who suffer from gender dysphoria,” a Leesburg elementary teacher told the school board last month, which has bitterly divided parents and teachers by advancing an already important race theory. Have given.
The theory states that race is an inherent dynamic of all human interactions and views human experience as a constant power struggle between races, often focusing on “white privilege”.