“We are alarmed that gender identity is now being discussed in math classes”
This is a classic case of cancel culture. People engaged in a campaign to destroy this woman’s life.
FOX News reports:
California mother claims she lost her job for opposing sexual ideology in schools: ‘Absolutely devastating’
A California mother of three who claims she was fired for speaking out about education curriculum at her local school board meeting told Fox News Digital that she has been unfairly branded as racist, homophobic and transphobic by members of her community in letters sent to her employer and printed in local news outlets.
Janet Roberson spoke at a Benicia Unified School District (BUSD) meeting on April 20, where she expressed concerns about the district’s sexual education curriculum that she said taught “gender confusion, not gender clarification” because it told 10-year-old students they could choose their own gender and receive puberty blockers. She said teaching “vulnerable children that lifetime dependence on medical care is a viable option is completely unacceptable and evil.”
“Children are being asked to identify their pronouns and this is now part of the ten-year-old curriculum,” Roberson said of the curriculum. “This forces a gender discussion beyond the scope of the state requirements and complicates an already overburdened classroom environment.”
“We are alarmed that gender identity is now being discussed in math classes,” she added. “This takes time from core learning and does not benefit the students who are in our community. Teaching kids that there isn’t standard or truth and that you can believe anything that you want to believe is not scientifically accurate or medically correct. For example, the notion that a girl can decide to be a boy, or a boy can decide to be a girl is not true and should not be taught.”…
In a letter to the editor published in the Benecia Times-Herald, community resident William “Billy” Innes called Roberson’s speech a “bigoted diatribe,” and likened her beliefs posted on her website and Facebook page as “racist, homophobic, transphobic” with “anti-COVID safety, and anti-COVID vaccine writings, along with content that favors Eugenics.”
Innes compared her beliefs to those of doctors who worked at concentration camps during World War II and suggested that as a local realtor, Roberson’s “unapologetic bigotry might well affect a marginalized person’s ability to purchase a home, contingent upon whether or not that buyer passes Janet Roberson’s racial/sexual purity test.”
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