March 27, 2017
Editor-in- Chief, CRTXNews
Steven F. Hotze, M.D.
Those individuals who make up the public school education establishment in Texas have embraced the pro-homosexual and “transgender” movement and oppose Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), The Women’s Privacy Act, also known as the “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms!” Bill. These educrats have adopted the saying “I Pee with the LGBT” and they want to train your children to join them. Be sure to watch the homosexuals’ TV spot, “I Pee with the LGBT,” which was paid for by the ACLU, https://crtxnews.com/texas-legislators-two-choices-sb-6-no-men-womens-bathrooms-pee-lgbt/which. You have to see it to believe it.
When parents from Dripping Springs ISD testified in support of SB 6, they were asking the legislature to do what their school board and superintendent would not do, keep boys out of the girls’ bathrooms. The parents of two daughters had learned from them that a 9-year-old boy was being allowed to use the girls’ bathroom at school. At their wits end, these parents begged the Senate State Affairs Committee to pass Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), The Women’s Privacy Act, in order to protect the privacy and safety of their daughters, something that the Dripping Springs ISD school board and superintendent have refused to do.
Parents from Ft. Worth ISD also came to support SB 6. Their school district had adopted an “I Pee With LGBT” policy even before Obama’s “Dear Colleague” letter suggested boys and girls should share bathrooms, showers and locker rooms at public schools and universities.
But the bombshell testimony came from two public school teachers who testified about being required to teach 4 year olds in a pre-K class in Odom Elementary and Kiker Elementary that they aren’t really boys or girls – but instead they can be whatever they want to be. They went on to describe the Human Rights Campaign’s Welcoming Schools curriculum that literally creates gender confusion in impressionable, innocent children, http://texanonline.net/archives/5534/.
The Human Rights Commission is a homosexual organization that wants to use the power of law to force you, churches, schools, businesses and civil government to accept, affirm and celebrate the homosexual lifestyle and other sexual deviant behavior. Its goal is to have its pro-homosexual and “transgender” curriculum adopted by public schools, starting in kindergarten, so that it can recruit impressionable young children into the homosexual lifestyle, http://www.faithfamilyamerica.com/what_school_was_about_to_make_1st_graders_do_is_disturbing.
While parents waited for hours to plead for the state’s help, the public school education establishment quietly registered their opposition to SB 6. Here are the organizations and school board officials that sided with the homosexual political movement against Texas families.
Texas Classroom Teachers Association
Texas American Federation of Teachers
AISD Board President Kendall Pace
Texas Rural Education Association
Texas Classroom Teachers Association
Texas Association of School Boards
The Association of Texas Professional Educators
Texas School Alliance
Texas Association of School Administrators
Texas State Teachers Association
Perhaps emboldened by Speaker Straus’ assurance that school choice is a dead issue in the House, the establishment followed his lead in opposing a bill that would protect the innocence of children whose parents do not have the wherewithal to remove them from public school and send them to a private school. Unless the state does something to push back against the public school education establishment, parents will not have a choice about where their children attend school or who shares the bathroom with them.
Speaker Straus has stated that SB 6 is a manufactured issue; a bill that proposes a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist. He also stated he had only heard about this issue in the last year or two. So which one is it?
Have representatives Jason Isaac (R-Dripping Springs) and Charlie Geren (R-Ft. Worth) failed to share the plight of parents in their districts with Straus? Straus doesn’t seem to believe that this dangerous school policy, that would allow perverted boys, who claim to be girls, to use the girls’ bathrooms, showers and locker rooms, deserves legislative action.
Call Speaker Joe Straus’ office today and tell him that you expect him to allow the people’s elected state representatives to have the opportunity to vote on SB 6. Straus’ office phone number is (512) 463-1000.
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