Teachers To 7th Graders: There’s No Such Thing A Boy Or Girl


One of the largest school districts in the country is going to start teaching children that there’s no such thing as boys or girls.

Fairfax County Public Schools, just outside of Washington, D.C. in the Northern Virginia suburbs, has more than 180,000 students. It’s the tenth largest school district in the country.

Now, kids as young as seventh grade–just twelve years old–will be learning all about liberal “gender identity” in their sex ed classes. And tenth graders will learn that the concept of sexuality is a broad spectrum–essentially.

The school district wrote, in its new recommendation for its revamped sex ed classes, that: “Students will be provided definitions for sexual orientation terms heterosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality; and the gender identity term transgender… Emphasis will be placed on recognizing that everyone is experiencing changes and the role of respectful, inclusive language in promoting an environment free of bias and discrimination.”

The big lesson, according to Fox News’s Todd Starnes, is “the idea that there’s no such thing as 100 percent boys or 100 percent girls.”

The new rules also come with increased protections against discrimination for transgender students–namely, permitting them to use the bathroom of their choosing.

Parents are, predictably, outraged at the impact this will have on their children.

According to a recent YouGov poll, just roughly 15% of Americans find transgenderism “morally acceptable.” Substantially larger numbers feel it’s “morally wrong.”

However, despite incredibly small numbers feeling that transgenderism is something morally acceptable, school districts like Fairfax are determined to make it mainstream–and part of the mandatory curriculum.

Rather than teach children the basics about their changing bodies, the liberal Left is using it as another excuse to indoctrinate America’s children–by teaching them about something that only a tiny minority of American adults feel is morally acceptable.

Candice has almost 20 years of experience reporting for various conservative publications. When she's not writing, she enjoys being outdoors--especially camping, hiking, and hunting. She lives in Harrisburg, PA, with her husband.