Sirell Fiel

A 7th grade teacher in Albany, NY was suspended handing out literature containing graphic photos about transgender identity and sex change operations.

The literature was distributed to 7th and 10th grade students by health teacher Jacqueline Hall at Cambridge Central School in North Albany. She was suspended indefinitely with pay after one parent complained on Friday.

“Genital reconstruction surgery. Is that really something an 11-year-old kid should be learning and knowing about? No. I don’t think so,” said parent Sirell Fiel in a Facebook video.

As of Monday morning, the video had been viewed over 785,000 times.

The teacher was suspended after Fiel complained that his 11-year-old son brought home a packet of graphic information relating to transgender sex change surgery.

“It should not be allowed or tolerated. Period. It’s not your right to take the innocence of my kid like that at that age,” Fiel told WRGB-TV.

The trouble began when Hall invited a member of an LGBT group to talk to her 7th grade and 10th grade students.

The speaker brought a four-page handout that listed LGBT terminology, according to Fox News. The LGBT speaker instructed students to match LGBT terminology to their definitions.

The teacher also gave a more extensively detailed 42-page handout to 7th grade students. But that handout was intended for the 10th grade students.

The paper reported Friday that the high school principal knew about the speaker but had not reviewed any of the literature.

Fiel said the literature clashed with his Christian values and he preferred that the school leave such education to parents.

“I have no problem with the school talking about diversity,” he told the paper. “Gay kids are out there, and the kids need to know about it. But the problem I have is that it went so in-depth. That’s too much for 11- and 12-year-olds.”

The LGBT group member was scheduled to return to the school on Tuesday, but the principal canceled the invitation.




  • shun king

    No surprise here this is the democratic Barry Obama Hillary Clinton agenda…

  • Karen Brady

    Disrespectful. And the principal is lazy.

  • Realhiphopsearch

    These people are sick and perverted
    watch your children
    Talk to your children about what they learned
    What they discussed in school
    Can’t trust anyone

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I agree. This is what Obama wanted. If Clinton was elected, every school would be forced to teach this crap to students.

  • Phillybruh

    I’m just going to say it, if you have uninformed children out here keep them away from mine. Because my children know everything they need to know at an age appropriate level.

  • Anunnaki

    Chile, ok. I’m hungry

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Parents need to make sure they are Actively Parenting. But, from what I have noticed, the parents who make these types of statements have never spoken to their child about “Good touching/Bad Touching”. Which is why their child is so open to be influenced by the “Taboo.”
    And I am a Bible Believing Christian.

  • Phillybruh

    So having uninformed kids is the answer. Just because the parents are scared of it don’t make your kids scared of it.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    “Genital reconstruction surgery” is not something an 11 yr old needs to be taught in any school. Clearly these “activists” are trying to condition & indoctrinate our kids’ minds toward this stuff at an early age..

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Kids don’t need to know about sex change operations. That’s disgusting. I don’t even want to know.

  • AriesSun

    Children should either go to a religious based school or participate in home schooling.

  • King Darrius I

    Some kids are sexually active at 11 and 12 unfortunately. They have an understanding of the subject matter but that doesn’t change the fact that this was creepy and inappropriate propaganda. Sex education should merely be about explaining body parts, value of staying safe and reproduction. Actual sexual orientation etc talks should remain in high school and shouldnt include propaganda disgused as “Cute” and “All Inclusive” illustrations. Its just weird he or anyone else thought this was okay.

  • Str8tUpMenace

    Maybe the schools should request parental permission first for some of these “lessons” that they are teaching.

  • Phillybruh

    If a kid asks about transgender, its my job as a parent to explain it to them, the natural question after that is how do that do that, you may not want to answer it, but you have too. Unfortunately, people don’t talk to their kids about anything and these questions are being asked of teachers.

  • Phillybruh

    They probably did, but the parent paid it no mind until they brought home the assignment.

  • MissHarlem

    I’m only speaking to US. So we are going to continue to trust the system?!! I’m going to need OUR parents to be very active in all aspects regarding your child. Did the days of random pop ups pass or what. My mom was famous for just popping up. Wasn’t uncommon for her to be in the principal office or looking in my class with her nurse uniform on. I don’t get these new age trusting parents.

  • Missy

    This sh it is just effing ridiculous.???

  • shun king

    kids should be scared of its because it is a road filled with disease and medical conditions and unnatural perversions…

  • Phillybruh

    So I’m supposed to send my kid out into the world with Blinders on, just all like these things don’t exist…lol Your just asking for it then.

  • Karen Brady

    Mom was a housewife and on the PTA. Her eyes and ears were everywhere. And she loved those ‘come and observe your kids in class days’. She was messing up my elementary school groove lol.

  • Missy

    I’m only speaking to US.

    ??????

  • Karen Brady

    Yes. Love it!

  • shun king

    you should be telling them its the total wrong thing to do and keep them away from people who think its the right thing to do…do you tell your kids about drug dealing and prostitution and how hoes make money also

  • Str8tUpMenace

    Lawd, I will never forget the times in class, when the other students would be loudly whispering, “Oooooooohhhhhhh, Str8, your mom is here.” And I turn to look at the door and get the look of death cuz I took my eyes of the damn board, book or paper on the desk, or teacher. LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Phillybruh

    I have an 11 and 7 yr old and and the partner and I do not mince words when it comes to certain subjects from what a transgendered person is to how important your credit score is. If my kids ask it they will get an answer from home rather than their ill informed friends who can’t get a straight answer from their parents.

  • Missy

    My mom was a single mom, a cop & very religious…imagine that. Hell, im damn near 40 & still skerred to cuss in front of my mama.?

  • Karen Brady

    Ha! Okay!!!! Gotta love our mamas..

  • Nina Ross

    Turning kids out 101…

  • Karen Brady

    Oooohhh tell it! My mom was in the back of the room one day, I turned around and she gave me that FACE/SCOWL/EVIL EYE. I know exactly what you’re talking about :-)

  • MissHarlem

    Girl that was my mom. It got to the point where they asking her for suggestions for fundraising ideas.

  • Solstice

    I still pop up! Trust! Lol ?. My daughter is in 8th grade now and she already knows. Before my son graduated high school I used to pop up there. And don’t get an attitude, I’ll eff around and join at lunch, while you’re playing. ?

  • Missy

    Back when teachers had a big ass paddle…& mamas permission to use it.

  • MissHarlem

    My mom made her own come and observe days. Her motto was the teacher’s will be on and I’m trying to catch them off.

  • Rayne

    These teachers are on drugs.

  • shun king

    so thats only if they ask right..i dont think the kids at that school had a chance to ask you have to watch what seeds get planted in children

  • MissHarlem

    No love like mama.

  • Karen Brady

    Oh hell yeah.

  • Str8tUpMenace

    And parents could whoop our asses at the school with no questions asked.

  • Karen Brady

    Girl I just laughed out loud at this!!! LOL!.. I hear that..

  • Str8tUpMenace

    THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • MissHarlem

    OK tuh.

  • Rayne

    Yep mama Rayne did it with me. Got caught plenty of times being an ass. I was the class clown and got a stone cold purified ass whooping in front of the class. Made me a better person. I declare.

  • Missy

    Yes indeed??

  • Karen Brady

    All down the hallway. yep.

  • Str8tUpMenace

    Anybody remember the days of trying to beat your parents to the teacher’s phone call/message on the answering machine???? Mannnnnnnnnnnn, it was plenty of days when I ran home to beat my mom to that call or message, and her ass was sitting waiting to deliver that ass whoopin

  • MissHarlem

    It did!

  • Phillybruh

    Based on what my teacher friends tell me, that’s not true at all!

  • Missy

    My son is in daycare…yes daycare…& mine (pop ups) hve already started.

  • MissHarlem

    That woman of mine did not play ?

  • MissHarlem

    I was the child that told on myself. Do it to this day. You will never tell on me fck that. I will beat you to it tuh ?

  • Anunnaki

    My dad was always popping in on me, with his strick military brain…ughhh, I hated it back then..but I appreciated today. He use to walk the hall, sit with the teachers during lunch. I was like momma can u tell dad to stay at home…i cried….lol

  • bella28498 .

    So glad I don’t have kids. You literally can’t take them anywhere.

  • Liah

    Glad my daughter is grow!!!…This is just too much!Thats the problem I have with these ‘groups” inflicting your beliefs on others and expecting it to be OK….Yore not the only ones that have freedom of speech…Be respectful of others feelings !#DOBETTER

  • Str8tUpMenace

    THIS!!!!!!!!!!! My face tells every damn thing that I’m thinking. NEVER had a damn poker face.

  • Liah

    RIGHT!

  • Anunnaki

    Lmaoooo.

  • Liah

    Me either!!!…Because i was the pop up Queen when my daughter was in school…SMH!

  • A D N

    Well, if schools allow discussion on s@xual subjects, this is a subject. Maybe the complaint should be the age group the sexual subject begin, rather than the subject itself. Every parent is different, and the sex talk begins at different ages per family.

  • shun king

    you ever thought for a moment that those parents did and do talk to there kids about that stuff at their own time of choosing and dont want the teachers ramming it down there throats…

  • OvertheMississippi

    Yeah! You are right about that. Cannot deny it. Some of my friends are. Gotta be on something to do this gig though.

  • MissHarlem

    ?.

  • MissHarlem

    Love it

  • klwbaby

    Are people upset at the subject matter or the fact this information was distributed to 7th and 10th grade students?

  • Phillybruh

    But its not at the parents choosing, if your kid asks you a question, you can’t say ask me when your 17. You answer them as best you can and completely. Or they will be asking someone else and you will be left wondering why my child doesn’t come to me for the important stuff!

  • Liah

    Good Job!!

  • Liah

    Good Job!!…We have to protect our children!

  • Str8tUpMenace

    Back in the day, a lot of the teachers were from hometown., born & raised like my parents, so a lot of the parents already knew the teachers as well. My dad was a damn mechanic, so EVERYBODY knows his ass. You let me show out and school and see if word didn’t spread to him, and he would then tell my mom, cuz he’s a softy when it comes to us. LMAO.

  • Tay Gee

    right

  • Tay Gee

    Parents forget that they were once kids also. Full of questions and super curious about everything. There were plenty of things that I knew about, watched and learned from people outside of my parents even before I understood what it was. NEWS FLASH!!! That’s life, I would rather my kid learn from a teacher or myself actually. But hey, that’s just me I guess.

  • Toni ToniToni

    LOL. RIGHT!!!!

  • TheOwley

    The US is lagging behind in the sciences and math. Some can’t pick out the African continent in a map or where North Carolina is located. No need to wonder why.

  • Noirluv45

    I think if schools are going to teach this subject matter, they need to send permission slips home for parent’s approval. I understand kids get information thanks to the Internet, their peers, the media, but ultimately, we are responsible for our children and I don’t think anyone should overstep their boundaries. What’s more, we don’t know if what our children are being taught is right.

  • RICHIE_RICH

    What’s the big deal? Hell most kids in 7th or ….never mind let me be quiet. I just don’t see the big deal.

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    You’re a homosexual right? Of course you wouldn’t see a big deal… it’s not your kids being brainwashed.

  • Noirluv45

    Can you imagine if a Christian walked in the class and started teaching Biblical values? It would NEVER be allowed.

  • Noirluv45

    Thank you Miss Harlem. They even allow children to see a doctor without parental notification. A child can choose to not allow his/her medical information (thanks to HIPAA) laws be known to the parents. It’s insane.

  • Noirluv45

    You know what gets me about sex education? People talk about the physical ramifications of sex (unwanted pregnancies, STDs, HIV/AIDS, etc), but no one talks about the mental ramifications (especially with girls) like being dumped and having her name spread around because he shared his sexual conquests with his friends, or being dumped and the horrible way it makes a person feel. Those things are rarely discussed.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    I already know this stuff is taught. Born with it my azz. God doesn’t make mistakes like that.

  • Noirluv45

    No. I think it’s up to the parents to decide when and what their children learn. To you, 11 may be appropriate, but for some other parent, it may not be. Ultimately, we are responsible for our children’s education. Why is this subject matter necessary at 11?

  • RICHIE_RICH

    That has nothing to do with my opinion at all. Kids are already having this discussion. Things are totally different now and kids are talking about these things. There’re going to find out about it one way or another. I? rather this information come from a parents or teacher.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    chile please what? I used to pop up every week and stand outside the door peering through the little glass window. You ain’t said nuttin….lol

  • Phillybruh

    It’s really not, it’s either I teach them correctly or the outside will teach them incorrectly. If my child comes to me and asks me a question its my job to answer and not be scared to answer it.

  • Noirluv45

    No, absolutely not, Phillybruh, BUT it’s up to YOU to decide what you want them to know. For example, I got into a back and forth regarding Amber Rose teaching her 4-year-old son about periods. When has it ever been necessary for a 4-year-old to know that? How does one explain periods appropriately to a child. For her, it was cool. For me, hell no. I would be pissed if someone sat my child down talking to them about stuff that I don’t think they are ready to hear. You are the parent and you make the decision.

  • Noirluv45

    “If my kids ask it…” THAT’S the operative part. If they are old enough to ask, they are probably old enough to know thing. I never believe in cutting down a child’s curiosity, but you and your partner decide that, not some outside group.

  • Noirluv45

    If a parent is not ready to be open and honest, when it’s time, then they need to not have children. It’s just a part of the parental responsibility like giving them food, clothing, shelter and love.

  • Noirluv45

    I absolutely agree with you. My thing is YOU and your partner are giving them that information. You determined what age was appropriate, not some stranger who doesn’t know your children. Parents have to be ready for the questions when they come. It’s all a part of a day’s work.

  • Phillybruh

    See I believe my child is ready when they ask the question. Its not about If I am ready to answer it. If her 4 yr old asked her a question about it, I’m certain its a way to explain periods to a 4 yr old without going into graphic detail. I have son’s but even if they ask about that both the partner and I can and will answer it.

  • Liah

    Me too!!!…My daughter use to be HOOOT!…LOL!

  • Phillybruh

    7th and 10th grade are fully aware of the world they live in, even if my child’s school didn’t ask my permission I’m not opposed to them being taught this in class in those grades.

  • Noirluv45

    I agree. If the child asked, then they are ready. I think, how would a 4-year-old, especially a boy, know anything about periods? I guess he’s been in the bathroom when she changed her feminine hygiene product? I don’t know, but I thought it was odd. To me, that’s a very private thing that is done with the door closed, but then again, kids barge into bathrooms all the time. Lol. I don’t know.

  • Liah

    Never thought about It like that but your absolutely correct!

  • Noirluv45

    Would you be concerned about how that information is disseminated? 7th and 10 grade are up there in age, so I understand, but how low (age-wise) do they plan on teaching this?

  • Noirluv45

    Thank you, Liah. That’s why I think a whole lotta cans of worms can be opened up.

  • Phillybruh

    I would not go any lower than 6th grade for this. I mean if a parent allows their kid to watch the Kardashians or anything Love and Hip Hop not sure they have a leg to stand regarding this lesson.

  • Phillybruh

    I would not go any lower than 6th grade for this. I mean if a parent allows their kid to watch the Kardashians or anything Love and Hip Hop not sure they have a leg to stand regarding this lesson.

  • Dahl

    I think the big deal is children ages 11-13 being shown images of genital mutilation (essentially that’s what’s happening when you “reassign” your genitals). People are dissatisfied with breast, butt or penis size, no pictures of implant surgeries or forced discussions, why this?

  • Dahl

    I think the big deal is children ages 11-13 being shown images of genital mutilation (essentially that’s what’s happening when you “reassign” your genitals). People are dissatisfied with breast, butt or penis size, no pictures of implant surgeries or forced discussions, why this?

  • Noirluv45

    True. Can’t argue with that.

  • Noirluv45

    True. Can’t argue with that.

  • Phillybruh

    Maybe not when she changed them that’s child abuse, but perhaps with her when she purchased them and asked what they were.

  • Phillybruh

    Maybe not when she changed them that’s child abuse, but perhaps with her when she purchased them and asked what they were.

  • Liah

    I agree…!

  • Liah

    I agree…!

  • free

    hell, in elementary school, my grandma used to pass by the schoolyard all the time, right at recess. during those days, we could go right up to the car and talk to her. she spied on everybody, made sure my aunt’s husband car was parked at his job lol. when he “lost” his job, she went on a construction site and got him another d*mn job; he was mad AF lol. i decided that’s how i’m gonna be with mine lol.

  • free

    hell, in elementary school, my grandma used to pass by the schoolyard all the time, right at recess. during those days, we could go right up to the car and talk to her. she spied on everybody, made sure my aunt’s husband car was parked at his job lol. when he “lost” his job, she went on a construction site and got him another d*mn job; he was mad AF lol. i decided that’s how i’m gonna be with mine lol.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    Because it’s the devil..

  • Ms.Vanilla

    Because it’s the devil..

  • free

    it only took one of the clowns in my class to get beat in front of everybody. we all was shook for the rest of the year. he took one for the team that day. it didn’t make HIM a better person but it saved US lol.

  • RICHIE_RICH

    And that’s understandable, but kids can see all of that on the internet, tv etc now days.

  • free

    my child does this; she just gone ‘head and creates her own narrative so i don’t have to ask the teacher too many questions lol.

  • Dahl

    That’s also unite true. But that becomes the parents domain, and their right to have these discussions with their own children. I don’t believe that is something that belongs in school, it is definitely something that should be handled at home.

  • Phillybruh

    Then handle it at home, then the teachers won’t have too. The problem is, your not teaching them this at home. And if you are its some version that makes you feel better and likely still doesn’t answer the child’s question.

  • Malai

    ? agree with u!!??

  • Malai

    ????? awwww

  • Nina Ross

    Normal kids are not talking about tranny surgeries

  • Dahl

    Wait, what am I not doing? How did this become about me?

  • RICHIE_RICH

    True , but I’m sure the school sent something home to the parents, well hopefully ?????

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    All I want for Christmas is to let kids be kids.

  • Rayne

    Lmao!!

  • SweetTEE

    Im all for educating the kids & many of us know that some kids are already having sex in 7th grade… but this seems like some type of agenda to normalize the devils work. Kids in ELEMENTARY are already in gay relationships. My cousin is currently struggling with his gay preteen son. Shit is scary.

  • Anunnaki

    Yep, he came thru with uniform on, like umm da Vietnam war is over…u flew plans, please mommy stop him from coming. Others students use to fear my dad.. at that time it was torture on my brain in elementary. I couldn’t make a C, he said i did not try hard enuff,*** I wanted to say*** well I hate fucking social studies****…lol

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    Crazy. One of my wife’s co-workers has a 6 yr old son who “identifies as gay”, and she and her husband buy girls’ clothes for him.

  • imright

    bringing up sex & or sexual orientation to children that dont belong to you is inappropriate & wrong. period. ??

  • imright

    someone told me that people who “believe” they were born the “wrong sex” are just gay/lesbian people who dont want to admit they are gay/lesbian. ?????

  • ?Royalty?

    But there’s no agenda at work her tho, right?

    If you can, you’d better homeschool your children.

  • Dowoop

    If you want identify as gay go ahead but i dont see myself buying my son girls clothes at 6 yrs old. Just like i wouldnt buy my 6 yr old daughter short shorts…There will be a time for that and its not 6 yrs old.

  • free

    they are attentive! i thought i was hiding it but i was wrong and my child asked me about my “diaper”. it was a pad. it didn’t show any blood that time but come to find out she had been watching.

  • ALLMINE?

    population control.

  • Noirluv45

    Yes, they are even when you don’t think they are looking. What did you say to her?

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    Please say it a little louder for the people in the back.

  • Faux Gibbler

    Oh please! We were learning about sex in 5th grade.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    What about sex changes? Were you ready for those nasty images in the 5th grade?

  • Indies beauty

    The only problem I see is the manual given to the 7th graders instead of 10th graders. Middle schoolers and high schoolers deal with this issue as well as people in the “real word.”
    If the students are knowledgeable, then they are less likely to stare or bully.

  • MissHarlem

    We are the last of the dying breed SMH

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    So you think a 7th grader needs to see a man’s penis cut open, inverted and stuffed inside his body? That’s sick.

  • MissHarlem

    I just teared up with a sense of pride ? half of the reason I did it. My mom had my back in public because I told her before they could but when I got home….??

  • Indies beauty

    It may be sick but ignorance is truly bliss.

  • Tay Gee

    Agreed.Understanding helps us all find common ground in the world. The more we relate, the less we hate.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    This is not about hate. This is about exposing minor children to a mental disorder and trying to coerce children to believe it is normal. Parents have a right to be upset.

  • Tay Gee

    Where did you see pictures of genital mutilation?? All I saw was a gingerbread man with emoji stickers, lol.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Let the children be blissfully ignorant. It is not necessary for them to learn about a mental disorder that affects less than 1 percent of the population. Should they teach them about bestiality too?

  • Tay Gee

    Using your logic, I see why I had a fear of the mentally challenged kids at my school. This fear was based more on what I didn’t understand and care to know. I just knew they were different, so I stared and avoided them as much as possible. As I gained knowledge, I understood that there was nothing to fear to begin with, I was just afraid of what I didn’t know. I wish there was a course on that when I was young, maybe I could have been more sympathetic and not so afraid back then.

    I think the point of the original post was that when people are knowledgeable they are less likely to treat people differently. So I don’t see the problem if it helps those “trans kids” to live a more inclusive life and those kids who have a fear of them, to have a better understanding.

  • Tay Gee

    Here you go, trying to equate everything “negative” with LGBTQIA people. You certainly reinforce negative stereotypes to try and make your points. #fearmongering

  • Indies beauty

    Thanks, for understanding my post, thats exactly what I was trying to relay. Nothing more.

    But I can relate to your analogy. I had a similar “fear” in the 7th grade. I use to avoid them untill I had to volunteer for a whole semester in a home prep class. It was interesting because I got to view their world from a different perspective.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    And you managed to make it through home prep class without seeing a sex change operation.

  • NeverSurprised

    You mean the MEDIA and liberal politicians are bombarding normal kids with this perversion, and trying to make it appear that it’s not only normal, but the greatest thing since sliced bread. “Transexuals” make up less than 1% of the population, so where exactly are all these SCHOOL CHILDREN who are just dying to learn about men cutting off their penises and slapping plastic boobs in their chests?

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Oh please. Kids don’t “fear” transgender kids or adults. They know they exist. Kids don’t need to know about trans ideologies or view graphic images of sex change operations. They are children. They don’t need to be traumatized by those sorts of images.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The father described the literature his son brought home containing graphic pictures of genital mutilation (sex change).

  • Brenda Budd

    Umm, they’re young adults lol.
    7th grade aren’t “kids”. When they having sex at this age, that’s not a child.

  • dontgetblocked

    Any 7th grader who is having sex has major issues. They should be studying English, math, history and not how to become a Brucette. Controversial material needs to be discussed with the parents before being presented to students. School is school not a place to learn about transgender issues. Good grief.

  • http://bettybooplover.tumblr.com/ Berry Melon

    The teacher should have got permission, so she should have been suspended. Most 12 year old kids know about trans because they use the net – so you can’t stop them but anyone younger – well they don’t know. People are forgetting we ain’t in the 90s, when the IE was in the stone-age. Everything is technology nowadays. From what I noticed is it’s always the Christians that seem to have a problem when it comes to the LGBTQ. It’d be funny if their kids did turn out to be part of the LGBTQ in the future – how would they cope? Or imagine if they committed a “hate crime” later in life? Hmm… it really makes me wonder. But yeah, leave them in the dark, it’s best they wait till they get older. I noticed everyone is aiming at the 4+ audience… Err… It’s the 13+… = pre-teen. When I was 13, everyone knew what they was. There were well known gay and lesbians, who were hated…. for their sexuality… (there were no trans people though – never heard of them until later in life – I knew about drag queens though).
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnTSSbS7Dgk

  • dontgetblocked

    You can’t even pray in school but you can pass out graphic pamphlets about sex changes? Why is this necessary? The LGBT community is doing too much and it’s hurting their cause.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    It’s clear that they are trying to recruit children into the lifestyle to inflate their numbers — something they swore they would not do after gay marriage passed.

  • Evillene

    Kids will ‘fear’ whatever their parents fear, vilify or misunderstand — unless they are taught otherwise. As a civilization, we have undertaken the burden of teaching children what many of them do not learn at home because their parents are unlearned or ignorant.

  • RICHIE_RICH

    I? said what I? said and meant it ?????. My opinion.

  • Tay Gee

    No the kids will be reflections of their parents. Those intolerant, ignorant parents will pass that along to their offspring unfortunately.

  • Tay Gee

    Absolutely

  • Oya Shango

    How can transgenderism be promoted as “natural in Nature,” but requires an operating room to achieve it? . . . .

  • BrittBrat2005

    I think its just the Subject period. Not the information! a lot their beliefs playing a role for their madness.

  • Solstice

    Thanks girl! It’s real in these streets ??

  • Solstice

    Right! Lol ? it’s never too early.

  • BrittBrat2005

    I think I would have sat down with my child after I seen the information they were sent home with and ask them what did they learn on the subject and put my thoughts in on it. How I feel about it. I wouldn’t bark at the teachers. It’s happening out there in the world rather we like it or not. I would be embarrassing for my child to come across a transgender in public that’s not full transform and began asking questions to the person. You know kids are curious these days now. I don’t have(kids) right now but raise 4 my younger cousins until they got in grade school but I have seen too many kids that go up to strangers and just start asking questions about their appearances. These new days kids are something else.

  • Jen_no_juice

    “It should not be allowed or tolerated. Period. It’s not your right to take the innocence of my kid like that at that age,” Fiel told WRGB-TV
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    THIS

  • I’keya Ross

    Nope wrong and I’d be mad 2 foh with that.

  • free

    she has not seen a bloody one yet. so she just thinks i wear a diaper. i try to hide it as much as i can but she seem hella focused on my vagina. i tell her to turn around now because i’m stressing privacy but she was younger then.

  • Noirluv45

    Children are so sweet and innocent. She’s probably wondering why your vagina looks different than hers. Children’s curiosity is something else. I agree about privacy. I think kids need to learn boundaries young.

  • Nonya Bizness

    At what point will the school discuss other Mental Illnesses like Schizophrenia, BiPolar Disorder,Anxiety and Depression, etc? Those are all Mental Illnesses just like Trans is, and those disorders affect WAY MORE PEOPLE than this agenda being pushed on us.

  • Liah

    Indeed!…Really real!

  • Faux Gibbler

    In today’s society? Yes. Back in the day when I was in 5th grade? No.

  • Ro

    This sicko should have been fired!