Last week, I blogged about a story out of Canada about how a father was arrested and jailed for refusing to accept the forced transitioning of his child orchestrated by the schools, hospitals and courts. You might think that this attitude of overriding parents wouldn’t exist in America. But you’d be wrong – teachers and school administrators hate parents just as much.
Here’s a story from the Tennessee Star:
Two teachers in a California school district are accused of coaching a student into coming out as transgender behind the backs of the student’s parents, according to video footage circulating on social media.
School staff reportedly changed the student’s name and pronouns and also called Child Protective Services (CPS) when the parents objected to the transition, according to a twitter thread by LibsofTikTok posted early Thursday morning, which included video of the parents addressing the school board of the Spreckels Union School District on Wednesday.
The student’s mother, identified as Jessica Konen in a video of a Dec. 15 meeting of the Spreckels Union School District’s school board posted on its YouTube page, claimed that her daughter’s indoctrination began with a LGBTQ club at Buena Vista Middle School.
Konen’s husband Gunter described the meeting with the school principal and an unidentified teacher where he learned of his daughter’s social transition, video showed. He claimed CPS was called on them due to their objections to the actions of school staff.
It turns out that teachers are more than happy to hide what they are doing with children from the parents of those children.
Here is an article by Abigail Shrier that explains how it works:
Last month, the California Teachers Association (CTA) held a conference advising teachers on best practices for subverting parents, conservative communities and school principals on issues of gender identity and sexual orientation. Speakers went so far as to tout their surveillance of students’ Google searches, internet activity, and hallway conversations in order to target sixth graders for personal invitations to LGBTQ clubs, while actively concealing these clubs’ membership rolls from participants’ parents.
Documents and audio files recently sent to me, and authenticated by three conference participants, permitted a rare insight into the CTA’s sold-out event in Palm Springs, held from October 29-31, 2021. The “2021 LGBTQ+ Issues Conference, Beyond the Binary: Identity & Imagining Possibilities,” provided best practices workshops that encouraged teachers to “have the courage to create a safe environment that fosters bravery to explore sexual orientation, gender identity and expression,” according to the precis of a talk given by fifth grade teacher, C. Scott Miller.
Several of the workshops advised teachers on the creation of middle school LGBTQ clubs (commonly known as “Gay-Straight Alliance” clubs or “GSA”). One workshop—“Queering in the Middle”—focused “on what practices have worked for successful middle school GSAs and children at this age developmentally.”
They hid what they are doing from parents – especially conservative parents:
“Because we are not official—we have no club rosters, we keep no records,” Buena Vista Middle School teacher and LGBTQ-club leader, Lori Caldeira, states on an audio clip sent to me by a conference attendee. “In fact, sometimes we don’t really want to keep records because if parents get upset that their kids are coming? We’re like, ‘Yeah, I don’t know. Maybe they came?’ You know, we would never want a kid to get in trouble for attending if their parents are upset.”
The advice to those who run middle school LGBTQ clubs is: keep no records, so you can plead ignorance of the membership with the members’ parents. In fact, middle school teacher Kelly Baraki can be heard in the same session describing having named her club “the Equity Club,” and then, “You be You,” rather than the more ubiquitous “GSA.”
Caldeira and Baraki – both middle school teachers – led a workshop titled: “How we run a ‘GSA’ in Conservative Communities.” The audio recording of their lecture was sent to me by a conference attendee. In that address, the speakers describe the challenges for activist teachers working in the context of a politically mixed community in Central California with many conservative parents.
So, if you have children in the school system, it’s important for you to understand how the teachers see their role, and how they see you – the parent. A long time ago, parents could rely on teachers to development children in the ways that parents want them to develop. But now teachers are working for different bosses.
Today, teachers aren’t interested in preparing your child for finding jobs in the private sector. Their goal is to groom your children, so they are suitably compliant victims for sexual predators. Teachers have a very different plan for your children’s lives than you do. Parents are not seen as customers by teachers and administrators. That’s why teachers are now trying to call in the FBI on parents who dissent from their activities. They’re calling concerned parents “domestic terrorists“. I hope you’ll remember that next time we have an election.