Third grade teacher proudly admits on TikTok she helps to transition her 3rd graders- here the tranny flag being flown in Tacoma, WA
The go-to site for all things loony left, Libs of TikTok recently shared a video in which an elementary school teacher admitted she “indirectly” signals her third graders about her bisexuality, while criticizing her co-workers for “hurting” students because they choose not to use their “preferred pronouns” and “chosen names,” Post Millennial reports.
Elementary teacher explains how she hints to students that she’s queer so they confide in her. She claims 3rd graders came out as non-binary to her and other kids requested name and pronoun changes pic.twitter.com/We6dP6Pxir
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) July 17, 2022
Remember when elementary school teachers taught stuff like reading, writing and arithmetic? That is no longer the case. Now kids are taught about preferred pronouns and all manner of woke ideology, often times behind their parents’ backs.
“I am an openly queer teacher,” @zombriii94 pronounced on TikTok to her whopping 161 followers.
Brianna Rose, as she’s otherwise known by, then announced, “I wear a bi flag watch band and bi flag bracelets,” proudly showing them on the video.
“In my classroom I keep a rainbow flag; my kids know what it means.”
The teacher, sporting a bright purple hairdo (don’t they all?) continues, explaining to her audience that her being “openly queer” apparently means her students trust her more.
She claimed that two students had approached her, asking if she could use “they/them” pronouns when speaking about them, while also asking if she could pass that on to other summer school teachers.
You can pretty much guarantee that these young skulls full of mush didn’t come up with these alternate pronouns all by themselves. Clearly this teacher dropped it on them, and like most children do, they sucked it into their tiny little brains like it was somehow normal.
“I said, ‘kiddos I would love to do that for you, I’m so glad you trusted me with this information.’”
The groomer then mentioned that one of the students asked to be called by a different name, “one that is not gendered as what they were born as.”
Again, we are talking third-graders…probably eight or nine-years old. What would they possibly know about “identifying” as something else unless they were taught?
However, our story doesn’t go so well for our resident groomer. When she passed on to the other teachers of the alleged request by the children to use preferred pronouns and a chosen name, they reprimanded her, telling her it “was not appropriate for me to communicate.”
She complained the other teachers ignored the requests to “participate in their social transition” by using different names and pronouns.
As recently as maybe five years ago, this teacher would be locked up for child abuse. Now, as the less than one percent of the population, everyone runs scared of going against the alphabet community and offending a member of the “protected class.”
Oh, but our hero was having none of this. She looked squarely into her camera and scolded those who oppose her abuse of young children:
“I don’t care what you believe, but when you refuse to respect a queer child’s request for pronoun and name changes, you are hurting them.”
This is they typical talking points coming from groomers such as this lady…of you “misgender” you are now committing violence.
That statement however flies in the face of what some therapists say, expressing the belief that socially transitioning young kids is actually harmful, taking a transitory phase or “experiment” among some kids and instead making it a permanent gender dysphoria.
This many times leads to making harmful, life-altering decisions such as puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and in severe cases, gender transition surgery and sterility.
In Biden’s America, however, transitioning young children without parental consent is becoming more commonplace. For example, some schools offer individualized “gender support plans” that have the student indicate if they want their parents notified or not.
As Law Enforcement Today previously reported, some schools actually offer so-called “transition closets,” where students can change into clothing that more closely aligns with their “gender identity” while at school, and then change back before heading home.
The statistics also bear out that schools are taking it upon themselves in increasing numbers of cases to groom children in trans ideology.
According to a Pew Research Center survey:
“About three-in-ten parents of K-12 students (29%) say at least one of their children has learned about people who are transgender or nonbinary from a teacher or another adult at their school.”
This creates a number of issues, according to evolutionary biologist Colin Wright. He notes that “using children’s preferred pronouns and chosen name is not about acceptance of differences, but rather about facilitating a radical ideology that believes whether a child is a boy or girl has nothing to do with their sex, and everything to do with their subjective ‘gender identity.’”
According to Wright, this ideology “can cause children to become convinced they’re transgender when they are simply gender nonconforming.”