The gender madness gripping schools and other institutions across America has gotten so bad, even kids are sick of it.
After Pennsylvania’s Perkiomen Valley School district failed to pass a common-sense policy requiring students to use the bathroom that corresponds to their biological sex, hundreds of kids stood up and cried out, No more.
They staged a walkout and a protest in response to this abdication of adult responsibility by the very people charged with their care and education.
“Kids were upset. Girls … we wanted to protect them. They were upset. They didn’t want men in their bathroom,” said the walkout’s organizer.
“It makes me feel as if it’s me and my sister and the rest of us students’ rights are now compromised and not a priority to this school whatsoever,” said another high schooler.
Precisely. Forcing teens, especially young women, to share deeply private spaces with members of the opposite sex is disrespectful and dangerous.
It opens the door to tragedies like the 2021 sexual assault by a skirt-wearing male of a high school student in a girl’s bathroom in Loudon County, Va. And it lets kids know that their actual safety and privacy simply don’t matter.
What really counts for administrators is the advancement of an extreme ideology on gender, one that denies the most basic biological facts.