Student kicked out of class for saying there are only 2 genders now told he CANNOT return

The UK is going down hill fast. A student that was originally suspended for not being ‘inclusive’ when it comes to acknowledging more than two genders has now been told he cannot return to the school:

CBN NEWS – A UK student who argued with his teacher in front of his class that there are only two human genders has been told he cannot return to his school this fall.

The Evening Standard reports the student, who goes by the name of Murray, will not be going back to Mearns Academy in Scotland to complete his education.

In a telephone interview with a YouTube user published on July 1, Murray confirms he will not be returning to the academy.

As CBN News reported last month, the video recorded by Murray of the exchange between him and his teacher went viral.

Here’s the video of interaction with the teacher:



It continues…

In the video, Murray asks his teacher why he kicked him out of class.

“You aren’t being inclusive,” the teacher responded. “I know what the authority thinks and point of view. It’s very clear that we make no discrimination on the grounds. I’m sorry what you choose to make an issue about a point that is contrary to policy.”

“I think it’s silly to have anything other than two genders,” Murray answers. “It’s not scientific whatsoever. I stated something that I believe in and you kicked me out of class. I wasn’t making a discrimination. I was simply saying there are two genders, male and female. Anything else is a personal identification.”

According to Murray, the school first suspended him for one week, then extended the suspension for two more weeks and told him he could return after the summer break.

Then he and his parents had to go to meet with school officials once again.

“We got called back in for another meeting and they said after having lots of talks with people higher up they said it’s not ok for me to finish my education at that school effectively and they told me there’s no chance I can return,” he said.

The upsetting thing about a story like this is that for us here in America, this is our future.

Everything has become so politically correct and so sensitive in the Western world that things that would have never been called hate speech a decade ago are now the subject of suspensions and even dismissal.

It feels like civilization is moving so fast in the wrong direction that we are about to fall off the cliff of freedom and into the abyss of authoritarianism.

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180 thoughts on “Student kicked out of class for saying there are only 2 genders now told he CANNOT return

  1. . “I know what the authority thinks and point of view. ” <–That is the scariest thing ever. You MUST assimilate or be destroyed. When do they start the re-education camps?

  2. It seems the whole world has gone insane with this gender identity business. When did we go wrong and will this madness ever stop?

    1. It began as soon as Christianity lost it’s sway over the culture. People who should have been vigilant were not, and now we have a mess to clean up.

  3. You chose to make an issue of making a point which is contrary to policy.

    Really let that sink in.

  4. This teacher is clearly towing the line of what “the authority” has established and it’s not to be questioned. Murray should be applauded for speaking the truth about biology and I wish him well. Hopefully he will end up in Parliament one day.

  5. Stop being so intolerant and stop having an opinion because this is the new way things are and you better like it and you better except it and you better just shut up because if you don’t the powers that be will re-educate you until you do.

    George Orwell would be so incredibly proud to see how spot on he was. It only took us few decades to catch up with him.

    Come soon Lord Jesus.

    One more thing, I wonder if his parents would get arrested now if they decide to homeschool him maybe with a major in biology.

    1. You tell em ‘Duckie’. 🙂 🙂
      And don’t forget, in the modern educational world, if it isn’t mandatory, it’s forbidden.

      1. Hi Tin! It’s amazing to think of how acceptable haters, intolerance and non acceptance is when one belongs to the right club but opposing views is totally forbidden in the brave new progressive world isn’t it.

    2. George Orwell would be so incredibly proud to see how spot on he was. It only took us few decades to catch up with him.

      Rand is proving to be disturbingly prescient as well.

  6. You can do this with anything. “You have been informed that doubts or criticism of [Man-made Climate Change, the Evil of Christianity, Open Borders, Homosexuality, etc.] will not be tolerated in this school. And yet you persist. You are engaged in Crimethink.”

    Doesn’t have to be with a Scottish accent. A California twang will do.

      1. @nc-checks-and-balances Californians have a midwestern accent, which has a nasal twang to it. I thought that I sounded like everyone else when I moved to Iowa, but when I heard a recording of myself, I was rather surprised to hear how much of a Chicago accent I have.

  7. That immature teacher didn’t want to even talk to Murray, and he had to get in the last word.
    If school district policy was to believe that the Earth was flat, would you not be allowed to believe otherwise?

    1. Yes. I thought it was particularly interesting how every time the guy argued/defended the fact that there are only two genders, that he seemed to physically recoil from the utterance.

  8. Not much of a future for a country that punishes a student for being so much smarter than the teacher. And yes we are headed in the same direction. Lucky for most teachers in this country the kids have been indoctrinated and intimidated into becoming obedient little clones.

  9. And we will continue to send our kids to the liberal reprogramming institutions because we really care about what happens with our children /smh…. Though, here in the US we are without excuse because we do have a choice in how our children are educated.

    We are the same people (speaking of US as whole) who complain about congress and yet continue to send the same people to Congress over and over again.

  10. Not much of a future for a country that punishes a student for being so much smarter than the teacher. And yes we are headed in the same direction. Lucky for most teachers in this country the kids have been indoctrinated and intimidated into becoming obedient little clones.

  11. Biology is a terrible thing to try to deny. These people are delusional and live in a fantasy world, and are trying to bully the truth tellers into living in their fantasy world as well.

  12. After watching that video, it was very clear to me who was the teacher (adult) and who was the child and it’s not the same as what is officially recognized.

  13. Never let them disarm you. That’s the first step to them making the U.S. just like this. 2A for life.

  14. This is a hard lesson for all patriotic Americans. We must never allow the, pro open borders globalist democrats to turn us into being what the islamo-marxist leaders of the E.U. are doing to Europe.

    I feel for the conservative minded patriots of Europe. The only way they can right the ship is to end the E.U.’s existence and return each country’s independent sovereignty. Sadly, it will no doubt require bloodshed.

  15. And we will continue to send our kids to the liberal reprogramming institutions because we really care about what happens with our children /smh…. Though, here in the US we are without excuse because we do have a choice in how our children are educated.

    We are the same people (speaking of US as whole) who complain about congress and yet continue to send the same people to Congress over and over again.

  16. Islam isn’t confused about how many genders there are. These people will collapse faster than the Berlin Wall. Welcome to the idiocracy.

    1. Good point. I wonder what the teacher’s response wouldve been had it been a Muslim student.

  17. Biology is a terrible thing to try to deny. These people are delusional and live in a fantasy world, and are trying to bully the truth tellers into living in their fantasy world as well.

  18. After watching that video, it was very clear to me who was the teacher (adult) and who was the child and it’s not the same as what is officially recognized.

  19. Never let them disarm you. That’s the first step to them making the U.S. just like this. 2A for life.

  20. This is a hard lesson for all patriotic Americans. We must never allow the, pro open borders globalist democrats to turn us into being what the islamo-marxist leaders of the E.U. are doing to Europe.

    I feel for the conservative minded patriots of Europe. The only way they can right the ship is to end the E.U.’s existence and return each country’s independent sovereignty. Sadly, it will no doubt require bloodshed.

  21. Islam isn’t confused about how many genders there are. These people will collapse faster than the Berlin Wall. Welcome to the idiocracy.

    1. Good point. I wonder what the teacher’s response wouldve been had it been a Muslim student.

  22. . “I know what the authority thinks and point of view. ” <–That is the scariest thing ever. You MUST assimilate or be destroyed. When do they start the re-education camps?

    1. The re-education camps are already here. Many have already succumbed.

    1. Yeah, you’d also flunk the class altogether. When I was a kid, someone who inspired students to think for themselves and stimulated lively discussions that encouraged development ofreasoning skills was considered a really good teacher! Certainly not someone who told you what you must think or feel. It’s insanity!

  23. It seems the whole world has gone insane with this gender identity business. When did we go wrong and will this madness ever stop?

    1. It began as soon as Christianity lost it’s sway over the culture. People who should have been vigilant were not, and now we have a mess to clean up.

    1. Yeah, you’d also flunk the class altogether. When I was a kid, someone who inspired students to think for themselves and stimulated lively discussions that encouraged development ofreasoning skills was considered a really good teacher! Certainly not someone who told you what you must think or feel. It’s insanity!

  24. The story reminds me of in-class “discussions” I witnessed long ago, except that the topic was evolution. Certain students wanted to repeatedly challenge evolution from a creationist perspective. And the teacher in such a situation really had no good choices. Generally speaking . . .
    – If the teacher allows the class to get detoured into a discussion about creationism vs. evolution (or two genders vs. 10 genders) at the very least he will not have covered the material he was scheduled to cover, and the parents (and students) who disagree will likely be furious, and the teacher may even lose his/her job and expose the school to liability.
    – If the teacher refused to let the student continue, the student and parents of the child will likely be offended and feel like their speech and ideas are being curtailed by a dogmatic system, and others might agree.

    Is there video of what he said to get kicked out in the first place? It seems like we’d have to see that to understand what is happening here.

      1. Am I? What is a teacher to do when a school has a policy but the student refuses to abide by that policy? What is the school to do?

    1. I once was teaching a basic Biology class and I started to get into evolution. Some of the students had serious objections. So I said this:

      “This class is Biological science, so I’m going to teach what Biologists believe is the beginning of life. If the school asks me to teach Religious Studies, I’d be happy to teach the Biblical beginnings of life. It’s not that important to me which you believe. You can understand what the Biologists believe, and believe something else if you want. That’s fine with me. I’m just teaching you what they say.:

      You know what I didn’t do?

      I didn’t kick out the objecting students.

      1. What if the student had insisted on talking about what he/she wanted, and wouldn’t let the class continue? Would you have stopped teaching, or taken care of your disciplinary problem?

    2. This is just like the story about the mini-AOC, where it wasn’t good enough that the family had pulled back because they had received threats. You didn’t like that she was mocking AOC, so you took the ridiculous line that somehow we needed to doubt that the family received threats or that the threats weren’t sufficiently aggressive or something bizarre.

      Now you need to see a non-existent original video of where this kid got kicked out? Why? The video that is posted shows that the teacher wasn’t going to tolerate any kind of dissent. He kicked the student out for not having the right opinion about the number of genders, and it’s pretty clear that he kicked the student out because the teacher wasn’t even going to argue the subject in front of the class – as though the whole discussion was taboo.

      Is someone challenging you to make pathetically weak arguments and stick with them like they’re solid gold? Is this like a debate class where you drew the short straw and have to defend the absurd propositions? That would be an interesting excuse for why you take these tacks. The more obvious reason is that you are a leftist/TDS and just plain intellectually dishonest.

      1. As I have explained, I am not one to fly off the handle in outrage and horror based on insufficient facts. You see it differently obviously.

        In this case, I’d like to know the relevant facts first, and then decide what I think. Obviously the context of the first conversation – the one where he got kicked out – is of utmost relevance here. But you are here to outrage, not understand.

        1. Right, that’s pretty much just concern trolling built on a whole lot of cherry-picking.

          You’ve got an orange as your picture and “T_ump” as your handle. You aren’t fooling anyone into thinking that the leftist/TDS narrative you’re pushing is simply because you don’t want to “fly off the handle”.

          1. LOL. So if i’m not willing to fly off the handle without facts, I couldn’t possibly be conservative? What’s wrong with you?

            1. The reason why I say “leftist/TDS” is because the two are hard to distinguish. You’re undeniably TDS. Like the former conservatives who supported that obvious and unsupported liar Blasey Ford, the tactics they took on to oppose Trump made them indistinguishable from the Left.

              And it’s not flying off the handle to see that the teacher was being an authoritarian Orwellian azz for trying to browbeat that student into mouthing the school indoctrination. If that’s what led to the school’s refusal to let him attend in the fall, it’s a really pathetic display of political correctness and the dominance of the Left.

              1. Ever notice how you always switch to some other outrage to justify your current outrage, as if the whole world was just out to get you? It’s pointless and tiring. Setting aside your latest tangent and focusing on this situation, again it seems trumped up, ill-informed, and misguided outrage.

                You have no idea what all the kid said and did to get kicked out of class, or his disciplinary history with the school and the teacher. And you have no idea what transpired to lead the school ban him permanently. We have one side of the story, from a kid taking a surreptitious and self-serving video, and telling only his version of (“arguing with the teacher in front of the class.”) The school likely won’t respond, so as to protect the child’s privacy rights, but that doesn’t mean that we have to pretend there is only one side to this story, does it? Even you realize this, when you say, “If that’s what lead to . . . ” Well that’s my point. We don’t know. Yet you are feign outrage anyway.

                Now, if you want a reason to be outraged, then learn about and be outraged at the “National School Authority Policy,” which may be the real culprit. Of course that would take research and effort on your part, and it is easier just to fly off the handle and be outraged at the teacher. I have no idea why you might care about school policy in England, but then at least you could learn about the object of your outrage.

                1. Ever notice how you [blah blah blah]

                  Seriously, you have an orange as your avatar, the name “T_ump”, and you spend your days trolling people here to attack anyone who doesn’t adhere to your “I hate Trump” narrative. Tell me some more about how tiring and flawed I am.

                2. LOL. There you go again. Deflecting to a different issue. What on earth does a British school policy have to do with Trump?

    3. @t_ump It’s simple. He chose to push an opinion that differed from the “authority”.

      1. I agree. It is simple. The kid went butted heads with “authority,” in this case something like the National School Authority. He violated a policy set by the “authority.” When students violate policy, they face consequences. Simple. In this case, it sounds like the problem was arguing the policy in front of the class.

        Now if he wants to change the policy then he and/or his parents should work to change it, but not by arguing about the policy with a teacher in front of the class. Because that is disruptive and consequences will follow.

    4. I once had a teacher telling me that 2+2=5. In my head I was like, “That ain’t right,” but I didn’t want to interrupt his lesson plan or cause him to get fired. So I was just like, “OK teach.”

      Kids left that classroom a lot dumber that day.

      1. Neat. But unlike you I didn’t just make my story up. Also, there is a difference between trying to correct a teacher’s obvious mistake and incessantly and rudely arguing with a teacher about a policy over which the teacher has no control.

        We don’t know what actually happened, which is why i asked if there was a video of kid getting kicked out of class. But judging by how argumentative the kid is in even his own video, and given that the teacher indicated that he had given the kid a chance to stop and the kid didnt take it, it seems pretty likely that he was rudely and incessantly arguing about a policy over which the teacher has no control.

  25. Teacher says, “Not every policy is scientific.”

    Like climate change, right? Not terribly scientific.

    1. Exactly, and by that statement, he just revealed that the idea of there being more than two genders is not based on science.

    2. Reminds me of AOC when she said  “I think that there’s a lot of people more concerned about being precisely, factually, and semantically correct than about being morally right.” You could rationalize anything, even murder, with that kind of thinking. The West is heading on a dangerous path if this is allowed to persist.

      1. It’s going to get ugly before it will ever get better, unfortunately. Most likely irreversible. I hate saying that but I see no evidence to the contrary.

      2. @watchman Thank you for bringing that quote to my attention. The more times I read it the more your last two sentences become a scary reality.

    3. This raises a good point, albeit indirectly. What is a teacher to do when a student just refuses to accept the schools curriculum, whether it be on science or policy? Endlessly discuss it? Or move on, and treat continued disruption as such?

      1. What the teacher is “teaching” is not factually or scientifically correct. You are an ass.

        1. I didn’t say it was. But what’s a teacher to do when the school has a policy and the student refuses to abide by that policy?

          1. “Abide”? Don’t you mean, “refuses to hold the exact ridiculous politically correct opinion that the school mandates”?

            Not “abiding” is what you’re doing when you bring a knife or a gun to school, or you ignore the dress code by not wearing pants. It’s not when you refuse to accept leftist religious dogma.

            1. The teacher told the student he could believe whatever he wanted. You think teachers have the time to hand over the class to every student who disagrees with a subject or policy?

              1. That phrase was throw-away and contradicted everything the teacher was doing, like a spousal abuser who claims he loves his wife while he hits her. The reason we know that is the teacher didn’t just let the student believe what he wanted and let it go. The teacher was obviously not moving on until he got full obedience and at least silent agreement from the student.

                There were many opportunities that the teacher had to move forward. He could have said, “Okay, Murray, we obviously disagree. That’s fine, can we move on with the rest of the lessons without taking up the whole day with this?”

                But no, the teacher said nothing like that. Instead, he kept swirling the drain, looking for agreement that the school right-think position was the one that the student agreed to.

      2. As a teacher I think I’d respect the student. The teacher is there do do exactly that. Teach. I think I’d respect a student with critical thinking. That is the objective of going to school, critical thought.

        Now, if the school states they’re in the business of indoctrinating unsubstantiated theories and the parents knew that going in, then I guess the teacher would have a point.

        1. No doubt the school has made the policy clear. So as you see it, the teacher may have a point.

          1. As I said, if the school’s policy is indoctrinating their students with unsubstantiated theories and not teaching critical thought and scientific fact. But then I wouldn’t continue to call it a school. It’d be essentially, a cult.

            1. did you never go to school? All schools seems like a cult to the students. And every school has policies that make absolutely no sense to many of the students. So why is this any different? You insist on going against a school’s policies, you get booted. Surely you of all posters are aware of that.

              1. “All schools seems like a cult to the students.”

                Really, I wasn’t aware of that phenomenon.

                You’re equating policies such as, “Your hair cant be long enough to touch your collar.”, to an issue that directly goes against scientific fact. They are not remotely the same.

                1. If those where both school policies, then yes, I would be equating them. Students don’t get to choose which school policies they will follow. This is true even for policies which the student believes go “directly go against scientific fact.”

                  If the student disagrees with the policy, he and/or his parents can work through appropriate avenues to get it changed. Or he can find a school where the policies better suit him. But if he breaks the policy at school then consequences exist, just as they would if he refused to conform to a dress code, an honor code, and attendance code, or any other school policy.

  26. To this brave young man and his parents, I say, “You betta off!”

    Who are these people that think they have this kind of power?

    1. @sjmom Oh, if he was an islamosavage, you can bet your britches that he could sue and win. (Not to suggest that you wear britches, of course.)

  27. This young, independent thinker would do much better for himself if he can homeschool.

  28. In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

    – George Orwell

  29. Probably better off for that kid….no one’s getting a proper education at that school.

      1. That’s for sure. You have to turn left to get on it and keep turning left to stay.

        Of course that way you just keep going around the block and never get anywhere but I suspect that’s the whole point.

  30. This teacher is clearly towing the line of what “the authority” has established and it’s not to be questioned. Murray should be applauded for speaking the truth about biology and I wish him well. Hopefully he will end up in Parliament one day.

  31. That immature teacher didn’t want to even talk to Murray, and he had to get in the last word.
    If school district policy was to believe that the Earth was flat, would you not be allowed to believe otherwise?

    1. Yes. I thought it was particularly interesting how every time the guy argued/defended the fact that there are only two genders, that he seemed to physically recoil from the utterance.

  32. You chose to make an issue of making a point which is contrary to policy.

    Really let that sink in.

  33. You can do this with anything. “You have been informed that doubts or criticism of [Man-made Climate Change, the Evil of Christianity, Open Borders, Homosexuality, etc.] will not be tolerated in this school. And yet you persist. You are engaged in Crimethink.”

    Doesn’t have to be with a Scottish accent. A California twang will do.

      1. @nc-checks-and-balances Californians have a midwestern accent, which has a nasal twang to it. I thought that I sounded like everyone else when I moved to Iowa, but when I heard a recording of myself, I was rather surprised to hear how much of a Chicago accent I have.

  34. When I thought the young people were lost, this kid proved me wrong. Hopefully young people are rejecting the liberal loonies pushing this.

    1. The ones who bear ultimate responsibility are the ignorant, apathetic or brainwashed voters who elect lefty loons to positions of power, where they quickly enshrine their phony depravities in the curriculum. Most kids will submit without a murmur, and fall over each other to denounce any brave soul who steps out of line. Bravery in the face of tyranny is a rare virtue.

    2. Have you heard the report that people are feeling less comfortable around LGBT people…. and the demographic they’re losing respect from the fastest is YOUNG people? The opposite of what they expected?

      Gosh. Wonder why.

  35. Stop being so intolerant and stop having an opinion because this is the new way things are and you better like it and you better except it and you better just shut up because if you don’t the powers that be will re-educate you until you do.

    George Orwell would be so incredibly proud to see how spot on he was. It only took us few decades to catch up with him.

    Come soon Lord Jesus.

    One more thing, I wonder if his parents would get arrested now if they decide to homeschool him maybe with a major in biology.

    1. George Orwell would be so incredibly proud to see how spot on he was. It only took us few decades to catch up with him.

      Rand is proving to be disturbingly prescient as well.

    2. You tell em ‘Duckie’. 🙂 🙂
      And don’t forget, in the modern educational world, if it isn’t mandatory, it’s forbidden.

      1. Hi Tin! It’s amazing to think of how acceptable haters, intolerance and non acceptance is when one belongs to the right club but opposing views is totally forbidden in the brave new progressive world isn’t it.

  36. The story reminds me of in-class “discussions” I witnessed long ago, except that the topic was evolution. Certain students wanted to repeatedly challenge evolution from a creationist perspective. And the teacher in such a situation really had no good choices. Generally speaking . . .
    – If the teacher allows the class to get detoured into a discussion about creationism vs. evolution (or two genders vs. 10 genders) at the very least he will not have covered the material he was scheduled to cover, and the parents (and students) who disagree will likely be furious, and the teacher may even lose his/her job and expose the school to liability.
    – If the teacher refused to let the student continue, the student and parents of the child will likely be offended and feel like their speech and ideas are being curtailed by a dogmatic system, and others might agree.

    Is there video of what he said to get kicked out in the first place? It seems like we’d have to see that to understand what is happening here.

      1. Am I? What is a teacher to do when a school has a policy but the student refuses to abide by that policy? What is the school to do?

    1. @t_ump It’s simple. He chose to push an opinion that differed from the “authority”.

      1. I agree. It is simple. The kid went butted heads with “authority,” in this case something like the National School Authority. He violated a policy set by the “authority.” When students violate policy, they face consequences. Simple. In this case, it sounds like the problem was arguing the policy in front of the class.

        Now if he wants to change the policy then he and/or his parents should work to change it, but not by arguing about the policy with a teacher in front of the class. Because that is disruptive and consequences will follow.

    2. I once had a teacher telling me that 2+2=5. In my head I was like, “That ain’t right,” but I didn’t want to interrupt his lesson plan or cause him to get fired. So I was just like, “OK teach.”

      Kids left that classroom a lot dumber that day.

      1. Neat. But unlike you I didn’t just make my story up. Also, there is a difference between trying to correct a teacher’s obvious mistake and incessantly and rudely arguing with a teacher about a policy over which the teacher has no control.

        We don’t know what actually happened, which is why i asked if there was a video of kid getting kicked out of class. But judging by how argumentative the kid is in even his own video, and given that the teacher indicated that he had given the kid a chance to stop and the kid didnt take it, it seems pretty likely that he was rudely and incessantly arguing about a policy over which the teacher has no control.

    3. I once was teaching a basic Biology class and I started to get into evolution. Some of the students had serious objections. So I said this:

      “This class is Biological science, so I’m going to teach what Biologists believe is the beginning of life. If the school asks me to teach Religious Studies, I’d be happy to teach the Biblical beginnings of life. It’s not that important to me which you believe. You can understand what the Biologists believe, and believe something else if you want. That’s fine with me. I’m just teaching you what they say.:

      You know what I didn’t do?

      I didn’t kick out the objecting students.

    4. This is just like the story about the mini-AOC, where it wasn’t good enough that the family had pulled back because they had received threats. You didn’t like that she was mocking AOC, so you took the ridiculous line that somehow we needed to doubt that the family received threats or that the threats weren’t sufficiently aggressive or something bizarre.

      Now you need to see a non-existent original video of where this kid got kicked out? Why? The video that is posted shows that the teacher wasn’t going to tolerate any kind of dissent. He kicked the student out for not having the right opinion about the number of genders, and it’s pretty clear that he kicked the student out because the teacher wasn’t even going to argue the subject in front of the class – as though the whole discussion was taboo.

      Is someone challenging you to make pathetically weak arguments and stick with them like they’re solid gold? Is this like a debate class where you drew the short straw and have to defend the absurd propositions? That would be an interesting excuse for why you take these tacks. The more obvious reason is that you are a leftist/TDS and just plain intellectually dishonest.

  37. Teacher says, “Not every policy is scientific.”

    Like climate change, right? Not terribly scientific.

    1. This raises a good point, albeit indirectly. What is a teacher to do when a student just refuses to accept the schools curriculum, whether it be on science or policy? Endlessly discuss it? Or move on, and treat continued disruption as such?

      1. What the teacher is “teaching” is not factually or scientifically correct. You are an ass.

      2. As a teacher I think I’d respect the student. The teacher is there do do exactly that. Teach. I think I’d respect a student with critical thinking. That is the objective of going to school, critical thought.

        Now, if the school states they’re in the business of indoctrinating unsubstantiated theories and the parents knew that going in, then I guess the teacher would have a point.

    2. Exactly, and by that statement, he just revealed that the idea of there being more than two genders is not based on science.

    3. Reminds me of AOC when she said  ”I think that there’s a lot of people more concerned about being precisely, factually, and semantically correct than about being morally right.” You could rationalize anything, even murder, with that kind of thinking. The West is heading on a dangerous path if this is allowed to persist.

      1. It’s going to get ugly before it will ever get better, unfortunately. Most likely irreversible. I hate saying that but I see no evidence to the contrary.

      2. @watchman Thank you for bringing that quote to my attention. The more times I read it the more your last two sentences become a scary reality.

  38. To this brave young man and his parents, I say, “You betta off!”

    Who are these people that think they have this kind of power?

    1. @sjmom Oh, if he was an islamosavage, you can bet your britches that he could sue and win. (Not to suggest that you wear britches, of course.)

  39. In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

    – George Orwell

  40. Probably better off for that kid….no one’s getting a proper education at that school.

      1. That’s for sure. You have to turn left to get on it and keep turning left to stay.

        Of course that way you just keep going around the block and never get anywhere but I suspect that’s the whole point.

  41. When I thought the young people were lost, this kid proved me wrong. Hopefully young people are rejecting the liberal loonies pushing this.

    1. The ones who bear ultimate responsibility are the ignorant, apathetic or brainwashed voters who elect lefty loons to positions of power, where they quickly enshrine their phony depravities in the curriculum. Most kids will submit without a murmur, and fall over each other to denounce any brave soul who steps out of line. Bravery in the face of tyranny is a rare virtue.

    2. Have you heard the report that people are feeling less comfortable around LGBT people…. and the demographic they’re losing respect from the fastest is YOUNG people? The opposite of what they expected?

      Gosh. Wonder why.

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