Texas Association of School Board’s Message to Parents “We Pee with the LGBT and We Will Make Sure That Your Children Do Too”
April 18, 2017
Steven F. Hotze, M.D.
Publisher, CRTX News
The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) opposed Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), the Women’s Privacy Act, “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms!” at the Texas Senate State Affairs Committee on March 8, 2017. The TASB supports allowing boys, who fantasize that they are women, to be allowed to enter girls’ bathrooms, showers and locker rooms at the public schools.
The TASB has plans to introduce your children to the homosexual and so-called “transgender” lifestyle. A national pro-homosexual (LGBT) advocacy organization, Human Rights Campaign, drafted Welcoming Schools as a means of getting sexually and politically sensitive and controversial material into the nation’s classrooms, https://crtxnews.com/homosexual-curriculum-texas-public-schools/.
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 girls’ bathrooms. Parents had learned from their daughters that a 9-year-old boy was being allowed to use the girls’ bathroom. At their wits’ end, parents begged the Senate State Affairs Committee for the consideration that their school board and superintendent have refused.
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 changing facilities 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 purpose of this introduction of the homosexual lifestyle to young children is to make them more vulnerable for recruitment into the homosexual lifestyle and seduction by homosexuals and other sexual deviants. To allow this wickedness and perversion to be taught in our public schools is outrageous. But the homosexuals, Marxists, atheists, communists, socialists and secularists don’t care. They hate the Lord of Hosts and raise their fist at Him. By their actions they blaspheme God’s name.
“The way of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord, but He loves him who pursues righteousness.” (Psalm 15:9-10)
While parents waited for hours to plead for the state’s help, the public education establishment quietly registered their opposition to SB 6. The following are the organizations and school board officials that sided with the homosexual political movement (LGBT) against protecting the privacy and safety of Texas school children.
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 public school establishment followed his lead in opposing SB 6, a bill that would protect the privacy and safety of children whose parents don’t have the wherewithal to remove them from public schools and send them to private schools. Unless the state does something to push back against the public-school establishment, parents will have neither a choice about where their children attend school nor 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. Straus also stated he had only heard about this issue in the last year or two. Have representatives Jason Isaac (R-Dripping Springs) and Charlie Geren (R-Ft. Worth) really failed to share the plight of parents in their school districts, where parents don’t want boys to be allowed to share the school bathrooms, showers and locker rooms with girls?
Are we to believe that Straus doesn’t really see a problem in allowing perverted men or boys, who fantasize that they are women, to enter women’s or girls’ public and school bathrooms, showers or locker rooms? Really?
Straus has blocked SB 6 from being voted upon by the entire Texas House. SB 6 was passed by the Texas Senate on March 14 by an overwhelming 21-10 margin, and sent to the House. It has been five weeks since the Texas Senate passed SB 6 and Straus has yet to allow a member sponsor SB 6 nor has he even sent it to a committee for a hearing. I am not going to tell you that Straus has no apparent interest in protecting the privacy and safety of women and girls. You can figure that out on your own.
Call Speaker Straus’ office today and ask him to give the elected state representatives the right to vote on SB 6.
“He who justifies the wicked, and he who condemns the righteous, both of them are alike an abomination to the Lord.”
All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men and women to do nothing.
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