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The Rocky Horror Middle School Show

Posted on | August 15, 2018 | Comments Off on The Rocky Horror Middle School Show


The town of Achille, Oklahoma, has a population of less than 500. For unknown reasons, a woman who is raising her son to believe he’s a girl decided that this tiny community in rural Bryan County was where they needed to live. Problems inevitably ensued:

Several law enforcement agencies have stepped in after parents made threats to harm a 12-year-old Achille Public Schools student on social media last week.
12-year-old Achille Schools transgender student Maddie’s mother Brandy Rose says her family moved to Achille from Sherman when Maddie was in 5th grade.
“She’s been living as female for years — she started at Achille as Maddie,” Rose said. “We had no problems when we first started.”
Trouble started when Maddie was accused by another student peeping under a bathroom stall.
“My daughter leans very far forward to use the bathroom,” Rose explained. “I can understand why someone seeing her lean forward would think, ‘Oh my gosh, she’s trying to look under.'”
Maddie didn’t get in trouble, but started using the staff bathroom, and had been doing that for the past two years.
That is, until the first day of school Wednesday in the middle school they reopened.
“She hadn’t been told where the staff bathroom was. Before she was able to be told, she had to pee, so she used the girls bathroom one single time.”
One parent found out, and took to a private Achille Facebook group to complain.
That’s where the threats started. Adults called Maddie by “it” and “thing.” Some said she should be stabbed or beat up. One even suggested it was open hunting season for transgender people.
“That’s a threat against her life — that’s scary,” Rose said. “These are adults making threats — I don’t understand it.”
Rose said her usually upbeat and positive daughter is afraid for her life.
“She’s an awesome kid. To see any fear in her,I can’t explain how bad that hurts me for them to hurt her.”
As a precaution, the Bryan County Sheriff suggested closing campus Monday and Tuesday. . . .
The sheriff said the mother filed a protective order against one parent but no other arrests have been made, however several agencies including the FBI are stepping in to see if any comments constitute a hate crime.

Adults making violent threats against a 12-year-old is bad and wrong. Parents teaching their children to be perverts is also bad and wrong.

Child Protective Services
Program Information
Child Protective Services (CPS) are provided through Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) to identify, treat and prevent child abuse and neglect. The two purposes of CPS intervention are to protect the safety of children and to provide services to help families with any difficulties that cause the safety of their children to be at risk. Services are provided either through community resources or through DHS. While every attempt is made to preserve the family, if a child’s safety cannot be controlled, then court intervention, including removal of the child, may be necessary.
If you believe a child is being abused or neglected, you have a legal responsibility to report it. Reports can be made at any time to the DHS Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-800-522-3511. The hotline is available 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week.

Just some helpful information you might want to share with folks in Bryan County, Oklahoma, who are concerned about this boy whose crazy mother is training him to believe he’s a girl named “Maddie.”



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