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What the Democrat Party Wants to Teach America’s Children About ‘Gender’

Posted on | May 2, 2018 | 1 Comment

 

Say hello to “Ezra” Morales:

Towards the end of my sophomore year, when I first came out as transgender, I identified as gender-neutral or androgynous. Basically, I wasn’t a boy or a girl; I was simply genderless. Coming out felt as if the weight of the world had been lifted off my shoulders. At first, everything was fine: My friends accepted me with open arms, and I began to socially transition.
My understanding of my identity continued to evolve after I first came out. Later, I thought, “I know for sure I’m a boy.” And then even later, “Maybe I don’t identify with any gender.” Finally, after months of wrestling with how to articulate who I truly was, I discovered that I identify as a trans, gender non-conforming boy. To me, this means that I am a boy, but my gender expression doesn’t align to traditional gender norms for boys.
But it is important for me to recognize how my gender identity is intertwined with other identities that are important to me, like my racial identity. I identify as Latinx and Black. . . .
Since European colonization, white people have actively erased examples of Indigenous and other non-white cultures having various sexual orientations and non-binary gender identities and expressions. . . .
White people have used the gender binary to force white-focused gender norms on people of color — one of the many ways that white people have controlled people of color. This means that no matter how hard I try to fit into the label of “boy” or “girl,” I will never be afforded the same status as a white person of that gender.
Although I identify as a trans, gender non-conforming boy, my identity is rooted in a racist and binary system that is not made for me. To truly feel liberated, I cannot be confined by the gender binary, which means I’m constantly pushing back against white gender norms. To support me in school, educators and my fellow students must fight all ways white supremacy shows up in our lives. Because only through dismantling white supremacy can we destroy systems like the gender binary.

“Ezra” Morales is a teenager in Austin, Texas, who is a member of the National Student Council of GLSEN, an extremist group that seeks to gain control of the public school system to indoctrinate children with LGBTQ propaganda. How influential is this radical organization within the Democrat Party? In 2009, President Obama appointed GLSEN’s founder Kevin Jennings as Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education.

If you want taxpayer money spent to teach your children how to become blue-haired “gender-nonconforming” weirdos who don’t know if they’re boys or girls — and who think the solution to their confusion is “dismantling white supremacy — you should vote for Democrats.

 

 

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