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Wisconsin School District Hates Parents

And is pervy as hell.

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Ian Prior, a former official in the Trump administration, calls out a Wisconsin school district that sexualizes children.

Prior: There are egregious examples of government-run school districts in all 50 states trying to assert themselves as Big Father and Big Mother.

But one district in particular has emerged as an early contender to be the ignoble Loudoun County of 2022: Eau Claire Area in Wisconsin. From “white privilege tests,” to heterosexual privilege checklists, to teacher trainings that urge students to hide gender transitions from their parents, woke bureaucrats in the Badger State have launched an all-out assault on parental rights.

You might not live in Wisconsin, or anywhere near it, but you need to pay very close attention to what’s going down in Eau Claire. It’s now where the progressive playbook for hijacking education—and a range of other issues that must remain innate to parents—is being run. And know that playbook was meticulously designed by powerful forces and intended for nationwide implementation.

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Eau Claire began to show its radicalizing hand in earnest earlier this month. Three candidates for school board shared a teacher-training presentation that proclaimed: “Facilitators, guide this discussion [about sexual and gender identity]. Remember, parents are not entitled to know their kids’ identities. That knowledge must be earned.” Stunningly, both the superintendent and the school board president fully defended the training.

Eau Claire “facilitators”—a title that smacks of 1984—should also, according to the training, have no qualms about steamrolling parents who have religious objections to gender transition. We’re told those objections are nothing more than “the weaponization of religion against queer people.”

“When the conversation turns to navigating parents’ faith-based rejection of their student’s queer identity,” the training continues, “it’s critical to remember that we must not act as stand-ins for oppressive ideas, behaviors, attitudes, even and especially if that oppression is coming from parents. Never forget that you may be the only supporting person in that student’s sphere. Guard and preserve that responsibility.”

Wow. Unfortunately, ideological trainings such as this one aren’t just sitting on the cloud—Eau Claire teachers are enthusiastically embracing them. For example, one teacher recently put up a poster in her classroom that brazenly lectured students: “If Your Parents Aren’t Accepting Of Your Identity, I’m Your Mom Now.”

Eau Claire Area’s actions are dangerous not only to the mental, emotional, and physical health of its students, but also to the constitutional rights of parents enshrined in the 1st and 14th Amendments.

By both pushing students to conceal their sexual and/or gender identity from their own parents and dismissing objections of parents, there is little doubt that the Eau Claire Area trainings comprise unwarranted usurpation, disregard, and disrespect for parental choice when it comes to biological sex, whether that choice is based on faith or a basic understanding of human biology.

David Kamioner
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David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

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