From FreedomProject Media:
A government school in California is under fire from parents and children after a 7th grade “English” teacher forced young students, mostly about 13-years old, to do a “Literary Analysis” on a story about a “transgender” make-up artist and his so-called “transition.”
The controversial assignment, which was still online on the school district's website as this was being written, instructs students to “define Transitioning as used in the text.” Students are also told to contemplate why the make-up artist decided to share his “gender identity.”
The assignment is based on recent news reports surrounding make-up artist “Nikki De Jager,” a self-styled “transgender” make-up artist with millions of YouTube fans. In January, De Jager revealed to his fans that he was actually a male impersonating a female.
“It feels good to finally do it. It is time to let go and be truly free,” De Jager said in the video, adding that he has “thought” he was a girl since he was little. “When I was younger, I was born in the wrong body — which means that I am transgender.”
The assignment, created by an English teacher at Lyle Briggs Fundamental School in Chino, California, also showers praise on the Netherlands. Describing it as “a global leader on LGBTQ rights,” the paper given to students celebrates the fact that it was the first to allow “transgenders” to serve in the military and to invent a so-called homosexual marriage. “To identify as transgender means that one's gender identity does not match the sex they were assigned at birth,” the assignment instructs students, as if this were an established fact rather than a highly controversial statement that until a few years ago would have been regarded as madness by virtually everyone on the planet.
Some California districts, such as those in Orange County, have even started developing “Transition Plans” to help students get on hormones and prepare to surgically mutilate their genitals — all without the knowledge or consent of parents. For a while, documents on this were online at the district's website.
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