Tempe High School Board Stands on Heads to Protect Gender Views, but not Religious Views

They did it again.  Maybe Tempe Union High School Board members (TUHSD) could start a competition with the Fairfax County School Board about gender, gender equality, gender identity, gender assignment, perceived gender, etc.  What a surprise that “Planned Parenthood does so much good” Board Member Michelle Helm, who used to be a voice of reason, chimes in to agree that perceived gender is important.

Listen as the TUHSD lawyer went out of her way to assure all gender issues, conformity, or lack of conformity are acceptable.  Does that mean anyone can show up in any school restroom or locker room depending on whether he or she is feeling as a he or a she at that given moment?

Start listening at 17 minutes in until about 23 minutes.  These are your tax dollars at work Tempe, Phoenix, and Chandler:

June 3, 2015 (Part 1)

TUHSD Board, remember in 2014 when a number of your taxpayers expressed RELIGIOUS IDENTITY and you blew them off?  Is this discrimination?  Your lawyer states “All discrimination is wrong.”  What gives?

And by the way, let’s be clear.  When a baby is born, it is a boy or a girl.  In all cases except a tiny fraction of a fraction, the baby has X-X (girl) or X-Y (boy) chromosomes.  Done, finished, that’s it.  Quit playing this game to conform to how the political winds are blowing.

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2 Responses to Tempe High School Board Stands on Heads to Protect Gender Views, but not Religious Views

  1. Karen Gevaert November 5, 2015 at 9:07 am #

    It’s obvious that TUHSB has a problem with:
    1. right from wrong
    2. good judgment versus bad judgment
    3. truth versus lies
    4. conservative versus communism
    Just to mentioned a few, the board definitely has a disconnect to the constitution. To bad the parents have not taken a stand against these liberal throw-backs.

    • Peggy November 15, 2015 at 10:13 pm #

      Agree. I don’t think TUHSD is unique, unfortunately. But they let the Superintendent run things and he gets what he wants.

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