“has microphone CUT and is told to ‘yield’ the floor by woke Loudoun County school board”
Loudoun County in Virginia has become ground zero in the battle over progressive ideology in education. For a time, it was just about Critical Race Theory but now they are trying to implement a whole new set of rules over transgender students.
Members of the community recently lined up to make comments to the school board.
One young man tried to express his concern that predators could take advantage of the situation. He then began to describe how he was sexually abused as a child, and the school board cut him off. Such compassion.
The Daily Mail reported:
Sobbing former student protesting controversial transgender policy reveals he was molested as a child but has microphone CUT and is told to ‘yield’ the floor by woke Loudoun County school board
A former Loudoun County student was cut off after telling Loudoun County’s woke public school board that he was the victim of sexual abuse as a child and didn’t want his brothers to go through the same while protesting against a controversial transgender policy that the board will vote on tonight…
‘As a 13-year-old-boy I was molested. I don’t want sexual predators to slip through the cracks.
‘The policies here today are tying the hands of teachers and parents,’ the unidentified former student said.
‘I would never want what happened to me happen to somebody else. I look at my little brothers and am remin
‘ded of the things I’ve gone through.’
Before he could finish, his microphone was cut off.
Here’s the video:
Yet another example of courage – this young survivor of sexual assault spoke truth to power at the #loudouncounty school board meeting last night.
And the Chairwoman wouldn't even let him finish before cutting his mic. pic.twitter.com/ZxZSIGhsn7
— Ian Prior (@iandprior) August 11, 2021
The school board listened to the concerns of parents and other community members and then did what they wanted to do. They passed the measure.
The Loudoun Times-Mirror reports:
Updated: Loudoun School Board passes transgender policy 8040
The Loudoun County School Board on Wednesday evening voted 7-2 to approve policy 8040, which addresses the treatment and common issues pertaining to transgender students in elementary and secondary schools.
Board members Jeff Morse and John Beatty voted against the policy.
The board passed two amendments during the hour-long discussion. The first, introduced by Board Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan, will require inclusivity training for all LCPS staff members. The second, introduced by Board member Ian Serotkin, will require that school restrooms be modified to ensure privacy, modesty and safety for all students.
The people of this community have a few options left at this point.
1. Take their children out of the school and home-school them.
2. Run for school board and take it back from these progressive activists.
3. Protest and demand your tax dollars back. Your money built the school and pays the teachers. Shut off the source.
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