Pubic schools routinely graduate kids who can’t read the back of a soup can well enough to make soup. (That’s really the definition of “functional illiteracy” in many cities.) This high school in St. Louis has a even bigger problem. It’s called a transgender, Lila Perry.
Lila changed his name to Lila last year. Before that, he was saddled with a traditionally boy’s name because he has the biology required to be called a boy. He just decided he liked more attention than he was getting so he started wearing dresses and bought a wig. Now he’s just saddled with a funny bulge in the front of his dress.
The school accommodated the little snowflake with a unisex bathroom, but that wasn’t enough. No, he wanted to be able to use the girls’ bathroom. That, for some unknown reason, didn’t go over well with the real girls. Transphobic, I guess.
[T]his year, [he] told teachers and administrators at Hillsboro High School, where she is a senior, that she would no longer be content to use a unisex faculty bathroom. [He] wanted to be treated like other female students, including access to bathrooms and locker rooms for girls.
[His] decision spread quickly through the small Jefferson County school district and, on Monday morning, students at Hillsboro High School walked out in protest. During the walkout, Lila was locked in the principal’s office. [He] said [he] and administrators worried about [his] safety.
Needless to say the school’s “gay-straight alliance” jumped to the rescue.
Let my people pee. Right. He’s got a place to pee, idiot. It’s called a unisex or transgender bathroom! He just wants to make a major issue out of the fact that he’s mentally ill and being enabled by the “gay-straight” community.
Welcome to the work of the Gay Mafia, and welcome to the current state of public education in the US.