Parents of transgender 6-year-old files lawsuit against school that banned her from using the girls’ restroom
The parents of 6-year-old boy who believes he is a girl are threatening to sue the Colorado school system for requiring the “girl” to use a separate bathroom from other girls in the school.
Jeremy and Kathryn Mathis, the parents of Coy Mathis, took their complaints to the Katie Couric show.
Coy’s parents were baffled as to why the school system decided to “single out” Coy who still has male genitals.
It’s a sign of the times when parents don’t bat an eye as their school age daughters leave home dressed like hookers.
Young girls are inspired to wear skimpy clothing by celebrity idols such as Beyonce and Rihanna. But one high school principal has had enough of the endless parade of stripper outfits in his high school hallways.
Minnetonka high school Principal David Adney told The Star Tribune: “This new trend doesn’t seem right, it’s troubling. Cover your butts up — I’m just going to say it straight up. We’re seeing too much.”
A Virginia substitute teacher has been fired after a former Cosby high school student tweeted graphic photos that she sent him. Justin Foster is now a student at the University of Virginia. The teacher, Anna Michelle Walters was a cheerleading coach at the school. Law enforcement is now looking into allegations that Walters had inappropriate relationships with other students.
This type of incident happens more frequently in schools than parents realize. For every teacher who is outed for having inappropriate sexual relations with a student there are hundreds more inappropriate incidents with students that fall through the cracks. Some schools (such as Miami Central high school) even protects teachers who are known to have a history of inappropriate sexual relations with students.
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Times have certainly changed! First America elects a half black man as president of the United States, and now a black woman has been chosen Homecoming Queen at the University of Mississippi!
“I am still in shock, but I am definitely very excited,” said Courtney Pearson, a 21 yr. old senior English secondary education major. Ole Miss has a long history of racism on its storied campus, where students still proudly affix confederate flag stickers to their bumpers.
2 years ago riots erupted on the Ole Miss campus “over student led actions to remove traditions associated with the Confederacy and segregation (source).”
America’s children are starving as a result of the controversial mandated National school lunch policy, which is the brain child of the first lady Michelle Obama.
Mrs. Obama is fighting obesity by forcing children to subsist on vegetables, fruit, whole grains and nuts.
But a group of students are protesting what they see as forced starvation diets. They say they are hungry and they’re not taking the school lunch policy sitting down.
In a video uploaded to YouTube.com, hungry students faint from lack of energy after eating the 750-850 calories that Mrs. Obama’s school lunches provide.
The children argue that the low calories are not enough to meet the physical needs of growing teenagers.
Rapper Jay Z is somewhere steaming over the fact that failing media honcho Oprah made the cover of Forbes‘ $126 Billion cover — and he didn’t.
Winfrey, 58, shares the Forbes “$126 Billion” cover with Jay Z’s good pal billionaire investor Warren Buffet, 82, and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, 56. Jay Z, who is not quite billionaire status — shared the Forbes cover of the “400 Richest People in the World” with Buffet in 2010. Jigga, 43, has not been on the cover since.
Quite a few of my loyal readers agreed with my opinion that pregnant teenagers should be removed from their schools and sent to an alternative program that focuses on parenting and childbirth.
Once a teenager becomes pregnant, she becomes a woman with different responsibilities and goals. These teens should not be allowed to distract good girls from receiving a quality education. When the courts and school systems allow pregnant teens in classrooms the implicit message is that teen pregnancy is okay, and even desirable.
Read the emails after the break!