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SCHOOL ALLOWS BOYS INTO GIRLS LOCKER ROOM, PARENTS OBJECT BUT STILL SEND KIDS TO CLASS

Lord, our children are being attacked from all angles. We need You. We need Your protection for them. Thank you Lord for loving them.

wrote yesterday about the morally abominable decision by the school board of District 211 in Illinois to allow gender-confused boys into the girls’ locker room and bathroom.

I linked to a striking video showing the desperate reactions of a biological boy who identifies as transgender and a biological girl after the board’s decision was announced. The boy, Nova Maday, gloats over his victory while showing no regard or concern for the girls whose privacy has just been obliterated. The girl, Julia Burca, tearfully worries that she will now have to get naked every day around boys as she gets changed for swim practice.

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As I argued in my piece, only the most deranged sorts of people could possibly watch that footage and feel sympathy for the boy over the girl. All sane and decent people understand that girls deserve privacy and protection when they are getting changed and using the bathroom. Am I implying that everyone on the opposite side from me on this issue lacks sanity and decency? Yes, I certainly am. I will go even further and say that what they support is abject evil, and they are without excuse. There is no good argument for allowing boys into the girls locker room. There is no compelling reason for such a policy. All of the good arguments and compelling reasons belong to the side that seeks to protect young girls from this kind of abuse.

As my piece on this case has gotten a big reaction and been widely circulated, I’ve heard from a number of students at the school. They tell me that the environment has been tense and awkward, and many of the girls are now fearful about their lack of privacy and security. These messages raise an important question: Why the hell are the students even attending class at all? Nearly 500 people showed up at the school board meeting last week, many of them in opposition to the board’s decision. There’s obviously a lot of outrage among the parents of the children at the school. So, again, why are those parents still sending their kids? Why are parents who are (rightly) concerned about their daughters’ safety still choosing to send their daughters into that environment?

This is what I find so endlessly frustrating. The parents in these situations have an immense amount of power. They could put an end to the madness immediately — literally overnight — if they simply got together and agreed to withhold their children from class until the policy is reversed. This would force the school’s hand. They can’t operate without children to teach. They would need to come back to the table and make concessions. This is exactly the strategy that teachers use when they want some kind of institutional change to be made, and generally the tactic works for them. Why don’t parents do the same? If you’re angry and worried that the school is putting your child in jeopardy, the only reasonable, not to mention effective, response is to keep your child home. If every parent who felt the same way did the same, changes would be made in a hurry.

The same applies when boys intrude into girls sports teams. Rather than participating in the farce of a “girls” track meet where boys take home all the medals, why not pull your daughters out, collectively, and refuse to participate until those boys are sent back where they belong? Again, if every parent did this, the school would have no choice but to surrender. Or at least there’s a pretty good chance they surrender. Whereas there is no chance if you obediently go along with the program.

Would it be inconvenient to keep your kid home from school? Yes, sure, you probably have a job to worry about. Are there maybe some risks involved? Yes, I guess the school could send the cops after you if they wanted to play hardball. But if we aren’t willing to take on a little risk and inconvenience for the sake of protecting our children from this lunacy, then what’s the point? Why complain? Why object? Just shut up and do as your told. If you don’t like that plan, then stand up for yourself and your family. Fight back. Do something. Do something, for God’s sake.

(Excerpt from The Daily Wire. Article by Matt Walsh.)

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6 Replies to “SCHOOL ALLOWS BOYS INTO GIRLS LOCKER ROOM, PARENTS OBJECT BUT STILL SEND KIDS TO CLASS”

  1. I believe it was in London,where the mother’s of the children did exactly what you say we as parents should do..they opposed the sexual indoctrination and their children being subject to being violated and took them b out of school all together..they were the Muslim mother’s..isn’t that interesting and convicting to the Christian community..perhaps the parents chose their jobs over their children’s need to be protected and supported.I pray we as bible believing Christ professing people would unite in such a way as to stand for and promote moral values and principals soon .materialism is eating away at our lives..we can take time to stand together for our children’s future..thank you Lord. Amen

  2. As I think on this, Sodom and Gomorah comes to mind, when the two angels were in Lot’s house, surrounded by the crown outside that were going to force themselves on the angels. God help us. This imposing this perversion on our children in SCHOOL, of all places, is similar. It “sets up” our children for rape and all kinds of danger and trauma. “School” is NOT A safe place for our children. Praying. This video covers some of those issues. The link under the video link shows perpetrators, who claimed to be transgender women, and raped and abused girls and women. One of the predators raped a 4 year old little girl and filming it, and showed it to an undercover police officer. God help us. Praying.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYMB3Li4Hvc&feature=emb_title

    https://twitter.com/MattWalshBlog/status/1197152442510647296?s=20

  3. God help us! This is blatant evil. It robs children of their innocence and evil encroaches and is forced on them “legally”. This is perverted and heinous. God help us. Help the parents and the community to stand against this horrendous assault on the children this is targeting. This school board should be sued, along with the Board of Education. Praying.

    “If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck and they were thrown into the sea.” ~Mark 9:42

  4. When something this illogical is allowed to continue it is by a foul spirit whereby along with the parent’s voice and boycott of the school there needs to be consistent prayer by the students and parents. We need the Lord’s intervention. Prayer will remove the strongholds. James 5:16, Ephesians 6:12

  5. It seems to me that we as a people, have become conditioned to “political correctness”. We have lost our backbone. Our churches allow almost anything to stand in the pulpit. The mantra is “you must accept this; its their right to choose who they want to be.” This is entirely against the word of God but people are afraid of their own shadow. They would rather retreat behind obscurity than stand up for God and His Word! God will not bless this because it is truly a sin not to have the courage to walk in His way and to trust Him to protect you. God help these people to change their minds and accept you as truth. You do not change.

  6. I agree. I experience the same frustration. WHY are the parents TOLERATING this???!!! And SENDING their daughters, nieces, etc. TO these schools. WHOEVER made the decision, and even over-riding the parents objections, needs to be held accountable for it. How DARE they even ATTEMPT to place female students in such jeopardy, and causing such horror to these female students???!!!! This IS outrageous, and demented. Enough is enough. God HELP us!!!!! Praying.

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