The world our children are growing up in is one that, with each passing day, seems to run further and further away from logic, reason, and sound moral judgment, opting instead to embrace sheer lunacy, all for the sake of being trendy.

Once upon a time, the leading social issue, besides the murder of unborn children, that leftists fought tooth and nail over was same-sex marriage. We battled against it as long as we could before radicals got into positions of powers and opened the flood gates.

We warned the culture at large that by making this practice legal, moral degenerates would take the ball and run with it, using the foundation gay marriage laid down to justify all kinds of sick and twisted behavior, like pedophilia for example.

Then, of course, there’s the anti-science views of transgenderism, which has moved beyond the trendy Hollywood “do what you want” brand of leftism and has invaded our schools.

Educational institutions around the country have now begun teaching kids, some as young as five or six, all about what it means to be gay or trans, undermining parents every step of the way.

Now, apparently, children can’t even go to math class without having to navigate a minefield of political correctness that’s nigh to impossible to get through without getting metaphorically blown to smithereens.

via Fox News:

A Florida elementary school teacher’s letter asking fifth-grade students to use gender-neutral pronouns in the classroom reportedly concerned some parents in the district, with one asking “what would your reaction be?”

Chloe Bressack, a math and science teacher recently hired at Canopy Oaks Elementary in Tallahassee, wrote the letter to parents as a way of introducing herself and her classroom methods, the Tallahassee Democrat reported.

“One thing that you should know about me is that I use gender-neutral terms. My prefix is Mx. [pronounced Mix],” Bressack wrote in the letter. “My pronouns are ‘they, them, their’ instead of ‘he, his, she, hers.’ I know it takes some practice for it to feel natural, but students catch on pretty quickly.”

She added: “We’re not going for perfection, just making an effort! Please feel free to reach out to me or administration if you have any questions. My priority is for all of my students to be comfortable in my classroom and have a space where they can be themselves while learning.”

“According to Principal Lambert, the teacher addresses students daily by using the pronouns he, she, him and her,” Hanna wrote in a statement. ” The teacher also uses ma’am and sir when responding to students. As a personal preference, however, the teacher simply prefers to be referred to in gender-neutral terms as that of a coach.”

Hanna added: “I can assure you that teachers in our district will not be allowed to use their influence in the classroom to advance any personal belief or political agenda. At this time, I do not believe that is the case in this instance.”

These administrators can sit around all day long saying this woman, and yes she is a woman, not a mix, not a boy, a WOMAN, isn’t pushing an agenda on her students, but the very requirement of calling her Mx. (so ridiculous) is in and of itself an attempt to indoctrinate the students that her lifestyle choice is normal.

It isn’t. Do you know why people feel uncomfortable with this sort of thing being taught to children? Because it’s not natural, no matter how hard liberals try to make it be. God’s design is one man and woman. No ifs, ands, or buts.

I’m sure Chloe is a wonderful teacher who loves her subjects and her students, but at some point, we as a society need to stop encouraging mental illness and help those who suffer from gender dysphoria get the help and treatment they need to live productive lives.

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