The market has spoken: Disney should stick to entertainment instead of politics in order to stop its nosedive. CEO Bob Chapek picked a fight with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over a bill to keep non-age-appropriate discussions about sexual orientation out of schools, and lost.
Flying the BLM flag and policing students from wearing conservative messaging on their clothes (such as “There are only two genders,” “I love Chick-fil-A,” or “Let’s Go Brandon”) while permitting free speech to liberal views, is what has seeded this conflict.
Democratic strategists are planning to counter conservative attacks on critical race theory and gender ideology with a culture war of their own, inspired by a viral Tuesday speech by Democratic Michigan state Sen. Mallory McMorrow.
Young women who regretted undergoing sex changes in their adolescent years spoke about their experiences and the adults who allowed them to transition in a Tuesday Substack article by Suzy Weiss.
Despite Ms. Watson’s claims, Vermont GOP chair Paul Dame did not engage in “pure unadulterated hatred.” He merely stated that parents need to be involved in these decisions. H.659 proposes to allow children of any age to make a decision that could change their health and their lives forever.
Parents in Massachusetts claim school officials assisted their children in transitioning to the opposite gender without parental knowledge or consent, according to a lawsuit filed last week.
Actively Unwoke blogger Karlyn Borysenko is not finished digging into the district’s gender identity education program. She told Morning Drive host Kurt Wright that she and her team will “dump a mountain of FOIA requests” on not only Burlington, but also Essex-Westford school district teachers and officials.
Erica Anderson, a transgender psychologist who works with transgender children, criticized the “gender affirming” model of care and said teens were “transitioning” because of peer influence in a Los Angeles Times article Tuesday.
“This bill is bad enough on its merits that name-calling just serves as a distraction from the main issue. This bill removes the rights of parents to provide informed consent.”
Elementary aged children in the state’s public schools could be taught that puberty blockers are a good way to “manage” adolescence and masturbation “a few times a day” can help “relieve stress,” according to state sample lesson plans.
Vermont House Bill H.659 would allow children as young as 6 or 8 years old to take hormone blockers or participate in “other treatment” against the consent of their parents. No Age restrictions. No qualifications. No appeal for parents. No parent is safe while the Democratic-controlled legislature is in session.
David Zuckerman is so far off from truth, logic and civility that he has proven himself untrustworthy to serve in government.