Worth Reading April 13, 2010 â€“ The creation of gender confusion among boys and girls is being taken to a new extreme in the Maple Shade School District in Burlington County, Ne...
During Womenâ€™s History Month, boys are being asked to wear dresses to school to celebrate the history month.
It is probably no coincidence that the cross-dressing day is to take place on April 16, which is the gay activists â€œDay of Silenceâ€ â€“ pushed by the GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network. (GLSEN was founded by Kevin Jennings, who is currently Obamaâ€™s Safe and Drug Free Schools Czar.)
The promotion of cross-dressing for boys is part of the overall political agenda of GLSEN and other LGBT activist organizations.
One angered parent is Janine Patterson Giandomenico who asks:
How is dressing like a woman from any era going to teach him about history? Why not let him do a report, poster, or other project on this subject? If he was attending a vocational school in the field of textiles, womenâ€™s fashion, etc, then it would make sense. My son is adamantly opposed, and I donâ€™t see how forcing my 9-year-old to cross-dress in front of the entire school body is going to teach him anything about Womenâ€™s History.
The promotion of cross-dressing and sex change operations will become normalized in every school in the nation if the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) is passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama.
ENDA specifically adds â€œgender identityâ€ as a protected class under our federal civil rights laws. A cross-dressing teacher or a cross-dressing student will have the full protection of the federal government if ENDA becomes law. What is occurring in the Maple Shade School District will be imposed on 38 states that currently do not consider cross-dressers to be minorities deserving of federal protection.