LGBTQ Book Reviews

These are books obtained from Loudoun County Public School libraries. It is not clear who is vetting the materials other than Equality Loudoun members, who have proven themselves to be untrustworthy when it comes to their chosen associations. Are the librarians reading the books that are being donated to them in the name of LGBTQ inclusion? Are they being examined for appropriateness as well as literary quality?

I have reviewed two books so far from a middle school library: Crossing Lines by Paul Volponi and The Other Boy by M. G. Hennessey.


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The vast majority of this poorly-written book was a modge-podge of conversations between the characters, all of which were made up of shallow, one-dimensional stereotypes. The entire story could have been told effectively in the the form of a fable rather than a chapter book. Although the book was not sexually explicit, there were plenty of cringe-inducing anti-gay jokes, anal sex innuendo, and references to teen sexual activity. For example, on page 2:

“Nah, I knew that was a faggot all along,” Bishop defended himself. “How ’bout you, Adonis? Did you know?”

“Are you kidding?” I said as we leaned into the turn, three abreast. “I knew from fifty yards back. That’s why he runs so slow. His butt hurts.”

This book is inappropriate for the age group who would be checking it out from the school library (ages 11-13), but it is also of poor literary quality. There really isn’t much more for me to say than that.


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This book starts out as if written from the point of view of a stereotypical 12-year-old boy – name is Shane, attracted to girls, plays baseball, the best friend uses labels like “dude”; hair is buzzed short. It is revealed to the reader that Shane is transgender when the father calls her a “tomboy” instead of a boy, and she is devastated.

Like every other transgender story out there, the magic age of three years old is used – at that age, the character insists she is a boy despite her female body. At age eight she reveals her desire to be treated like a boy to her third grade music teacher who promises not to tell anyone, including Shane’s parents, although she does encourage Shane to tell her mother. And, like nearly every other transgender story, it is all about stereotypes. Shane explains to her mom how she feels:

I confessed that I hated looking in mirrors because my hair was too long and made me look like a girl. I explained that I didn’t want to do ballet anymore, because only girls do that.

Shane is “stealth” in junior high, meaning no one, including her best friend, knows that she is female. She even asks a girl on a date to the movies without revealing her sex.

There is another example that Shane’s understanding of sexual identity is based on stereotypes. When visiting a clinic to obtain a prescription for testosterone, Shane describes another child in the waiting room:

There was a little kid sitting across from me, probably only eight years old. Her hair was still boy-short, but she was wearing a tutu and pink sneakers. her mom sat stiffly with her hands folded on her lap, staring off at nothing, while the kid played a game on her phone. It made me feel funny watching them; I couldn’t tell if the mom was happy to be here or not. Her lips were pursed tightly together, like she was waiting on bad news.

And that’s the extent of Shane’s interaction, and yet she used female pronouns to describe the child. How did she know what pronouns to use? The tutu and pink sneakers, of course. And the use of the phrase “her hair was still boy-short” was telling…because apparently short hair is the domain of boys.

At the clinic there is a male nurse who calls himself Rainbow, and the reader discovers that Shane has been on puberty blockers since age 11 and now wants to start testosterone at age 12.

The wrong body theology is interwoven throughout the entire book, as well as lies about the physical changes females can obtain in their pursuit of a male identity.

Shane asks the doctor if she will ever be a “real boy,” and the doctor replies:

“The most important thing to realize, Shane, is that you already are. You’ve got a boy’s brain , and there are ways we can help you get the rest of it eventually, if you want. But all that stuff is the least important part about being a man. Does that make sense?”

Of course, what is never explained in the book is what the most important part about being a man is apart from conformity to societal stereotypes such as clothing, hair styles, hobbies & interests, and sexual preferences.

At the doctor’s appointment Shane’s father expresses his concern about the permanency of the physical changes including sterility, and Shane counters with:

“This would permanently make me who I was supposed to be all along.”

Later, in direct contradiction to the concept that the least important part of being a man is related to biology, Shane asks his dad at a restaurant:

“So you want me to become a girl? Get breasts, and, and . . . a period? […] No freaking way.”

And then, in script-like fashion, Shane’s dad has an epiphany when Shane uses an illogical but popular description for her experience:

“What if you woke up tomorrow, and someone had switched your body while you were asleep? […] suddenly, you had a girl body. Would you automatically feel like a girl? I mean, you’d have the same brain. All that changed was your body.”

Continuing on:

He looked uncomfortable. “I don’t know. I mean, I wasn’t born that way–”

“But neither was I!” I said impatiently. “I was born with a boy brain, just in the wrong body. It sucks.”

This is magical thinking. Without any sort of reference to what it is like to actually be male which requires a male body, it is impossible for a female to “feel like a boy.” The only thing a female person can go on is what she observes about males in her society, how males behave, and what males say. Then, she projects her assumptions about their feelings onto them, and then concludes that since she shares those same feelings (projections), then that means she has a boy brain.

Shane’s mother calls testosterone “medicine,” and after the entire school finds out that Shane is female (sending Shane into a bout of depression), she encourages her daughter to take the injection even though she doesn’t want to:

Around dinnertime, Mom knocked again. “Shane, it’s time for your shot. Dr. Anne said it’s important to do it around the same time every week, so we really should’ve done it last night.

I sat up in bed. Had it only been eight days since my first shot? It felt like a lifetime ago.

“I could come in real quick and give it to you,” Mom offered.

“What’s the point?” I growled. “It’s not like I’m fooling anyone.”

Silence on the other side of the door. Then Mom said, “Why don’t we go ahead and do it anyway? I have it all ready.”

The author does a good job describing Shane’s emotional experiences as she navigates her deceptions and then being “outed” at school. What Hennessey does not do is explore the brokenness of Shane’s family, instead treating it dismissively, as if it had nothing to do with Shane’s dysphoria. The author also shows zero concern for boys’ privacy rights which Shane tramples all over in her deception to be seen and treated as a boy.

Although the quality of the writing is not bad and it is much more emotionally engaging than Crossing Lines, this book’s message is terrible. The Other Boy promotes magical thinking, wrong body theology, and treats boys and girls like walking, talking stereotypes.

I’m Back!

Not that I really went anywhere–I just didn’t update the blog with my goings-on.

So, here’s a quick update:

  • Arlington Public Schools are being inundated with gender politics. Learn more at Arlington Parent Coalition – CLICK HERE.
  • Loudoun County Public Schools recently adopted a foundational policy that recognizes gender identity, sexual orientation AND perceived sexual orientation, whatever that’s supposed to mean. This was despite a +1600 signature petition presented to the school board against the proposed Policy 1040 changes and a large number of people speaking out against it at the board meeting.
  • Virginia elections are coming up in November. Every single school board member seat is up for election. Let’s not let them forget that.
  • At least 32 Loudoun County schools will be adding even more LGBTQ books to their libraries (about 750 books in total) based on the recommendations of Equality Loudoun. I am reviewing current school library books now so parents can get an idea about what sorts of messages they can expect their kids to receive from such materials. Expect a blog post of reviews soon.
  • Equality Loudoun is closely associated with Equality Virginia and the  Transgender Education Association of Greater Washington, both of which promote the D.C. Area Transmasculine Society (DCATS). DCATS encourages chest binding, packers (prosthetic male genitals for females to imitate a “crotch bulge” or to use during sexual activity), mastectomies, and “cruising” for sex with gay men in public parks and restrooms. Equality Loudoun, DCATS, and a number of other organizations were “United In Pride” at last year’s NoVA Pride Festival.
  • The Virginia Department of Health directs transgender-identified people to DCATS which provides a “resource” containing dangerous instructions and pornographic material that are contrary to the Departments stated mission. Thanks to yours truly this is now under investigation, but that doesn’t mean the Department is going to do anything constructive about it. This is the same Department that plans to enforce a de facto “conversion therapy ban” through its licensing programs for psychologists, counselors, and social workers. This would include a ban on talk therapy that is not automatically “gender affirming.”
  • Congress is considering the Equality Act, which should be named the Female Erasure Act. I’ve got a huge playlist of videos you can check out that deal with this issue: CLICK HERE.
  • I have started two video series – Transgenderism: The Abuse of Children and The Truth About Transactivism. Part 1 of each can be viewed below.

The Shameless Use of Intersex People by LGBT Activists

I am on a much-needed vacation to Ireland (which ends tomorrow), and I feel better able to tackle the latest insanity concocted by the bucket of sex weirdos (or BSWs, a stolen label from a Twitter buddy) in northern Virginia.

Gaining some perspective… Yes, this gender nonsense, too, shall pass…

I attended the Fairfax County School Board meeting on June 14th and sat through three hours of it. Help yourself to it here (highlights of the clown show are listed below):

  • 57:50 Citizen Speeches & Videos (parents for science vs. leftist clergy)
  • 2:01:58 Tom Wilson moves to require schools to obtain written permission from parents to teach FLE.
  • 2:28:00 Board votes it down.
  • 2:28:41 Chair threatens to make audience leave (one of several threats).
  • 2:29:00 Elizabeth Schultz moves for a delay in voting in new FLE changes.
  • 2:41:00 Tom Wilson speaks in support of this motion.

A couple of people have already commented on it, and I don’t want to rehash what has been said. Instead, I want to talk about the shameless use of people with disorders of sex development (intersex conditions) by the BSWs, including one of the LGBTQ+ citizen commenters at the school board meeting.

It has already been noted in FLECAC meetings by a couple of sane members and by a parent speaking before the school board on June 14th that the “sex assigned at birth” term was coined to describe what doctors and parents do for/to children born with a medical condition that makes determining their sex difficult. 

Most people lumped under the intersex umbrella are of a determinate sex. A boy with hypospadias is still clearly male. A girl with Turner syndrome is still clearly female. They aren’t a little bit of the opposite sex. They aren’t a mix of the sexes. They aren’t a third sex. They have a medical condition(s).

People of indeterminate sex are also not a third sex, and such individuals are very rare (unlike the “as common as redheads” lie that you’ll see frequently touted by the BSWs)—I have seen estimates ranging from 0.1% of the population to 0.02%.

Intersex children have been experimented on since the 1950s starting with that psychopathic pervert Dr. John Money and his surgeon buddy Dr. Claude Migeon. “Easier to dig a hole than a pole” seemed to be their mentality in approaching these cases, therefore many times children with ambiguous genitalia and boys with genital abnormalities were surgically altered to look like typical females between their legs and any male gonads were removed, female hormones were administered upon puberty, and the children were raised as girls. These children were ASSIGNED a sex, even if it wasn’t their chromosomal sex or their gonadal sex or even their anatomical sex.

The horror stories behind the “sex assigned at birth” terminology are ignored by the BSWs as are the real hardships that many of these individuals face which can include years of poking and prodding by doctors, genital surgeries, hormone replacement therapy, psychotherapy for themselves and their family members, and infertility. They don’t get to identify their way out of their biological state of being. They don’t get to stop having an intersex condition. It is with them for life—from conception to death.

I have noticed that the Big-Men-in-Dresses activists (you know who you are) have lived full lives with their reproductive systems INTACT and with normal body development. They got married, fathered children, and didn’t experience the sorts of hardships that intersex people who actually are assigned a sex at birth often experience. Do not underestimate the Big Men in Dresses and their allies–they will shamelessly use intersex people, and especially intersex children, to push their agenda.

Do you think Fairfax County plans on teaching about intersex conditions in Family Life Education? Do you think that when the male and female reproductive systems are introduced in elementary school, that the teacher is also going to show slides of ambiguous genitalia and instruct children on the Quigley scale and the Prader scale? Do you think they’ll explain conditions like Swyer syndrome and complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (CAIS)? If biological sex is meaningless and really just a spectrum rather than a binary as they often claim, then why aren’t FLE teachers showing all the possible ways that a baby’s reproductive system might form?

There’s a reason they won’t be teaching students any of these things. And there’s a reason committee members didn’t bring them up during the FLECAC meetings. They aren’t interested in educating children about intersex conditions. They are only interested in using intersex people to push the gender ideology that preaches people who are very clearly biological males—XY sex chromosomes, male gonads, male genitalia—can be females, and vice versa. They want to push the dogma that people are just ghosts in machines and that we can be born in the wrong machine but the machine can be altered so as better to fit the ghost that is operating it. It is insane. It is fantasy thinking. It is right up there with reincarnation, except worse because it treats the human person like an animatronic with interchangeable parts.

“Transgender kids” who are put on the path of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones (it starts with “social transition” and almost inevitably moves on to the permanent medicalization of their bodies) are being given a medically induced disorder of sex development. Instead of experiencing natural puberty, their bodies are forced into an unhealthy and unnatural state which leads to infertility and, likely, loss of sexual function. TLC has turned this abusive nightmare into a reality show called I Am Jazz.

Adolescents frequently struggle with issues of self-image and bodily autonomy, and now they are being taught that their perfectly healthy bodies might be wrong and can be made “right” through the adoption of a different set of sex stereotypes plus hormones and surgery. This is child abuse. And Fairfax County is glad to teach kids this garbage WITHOUT PARENTAL PERMISSION.

Yes, that’s right—if you enroll your children into FCPS as the law requires you to do unless you enroll them in private school or notify the government that you are homeschooling, then your children are automatically enrolled in the FCPS bucket of sex weirdos curriculum. Your FCPS student will have absorbed up to 80 hours of BSW garbage spewed at them by the time they graduate high school.

And Prince William County—it’s coming to you, too. WAKE UP. 

If you want to do something about it right now, here’s the checklist:

  1. Opt your children out of Family Life Education. That’s stuff you should be teaching them yourself anyway.
  2. Write your school board, including the superintendent, and let them know that you are vehemently against any instruction that teaches gender ideology including the idea that people can be born the wrong sex or that an amorphous identity trumps biological reality.
  3. Sign the petition by the Family Foundation of Virginia calling for FLE curriculum statewide to be taught only with parental permission (opt-in rather than opt-out). 
  4. Write/call your Virginia legislators. Tell them that FLE curriculum is getting out of control in multiple districts throughout the state and it is time to rein in the bucket of sex weirdos because, really, kids should be off-limits when it comes to this crap.
  5. Talk to your friends and family about how the gender ideology abuses children, violates their rights, and violates parental rights. 

Local news articles on the latest FCPS school board meeting:

Fairfax County Votes to Change Sex Ed References to Sex, Gender

Fairfax County school board approves controversial changes to sex education policy

Fairfax Co. school district passes proposals to modify sex ed, dress codes

What an LGBTQ Prom Looks Like

An Equality Loudoun activist used some of her time during the public comment period at the May 8th LCPS school board meeting to encourage youths to attend the 2018 NoVA Pride Prom. The event was open to high school students under the age of 21, which means 14 year olds were partying with 20 year olds.

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One of the highlights of the night was a dance performance by Michael Sauter as the drag queen persona of “Ariel Von Quinn.”

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The video of his performance is posted on the NoVA Pride Facebook page. Nothing to see here, folks. Nothing that any parent should be concerned with. It’s 2018, after all. What are you, a bunch of repressed prudes?

Click HERE to see the 30 second video.

School Board Meeting: 8 May 2018

This is my opinion on those public comments specifically regarding LGBT that can be viewed HERE.

One of the Equality Loudoun regulars spoke, asking once again for LCPS to recognize sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes within their non-discrimination policy.

Again, bringing up the topic of teachers afraid to speak about sexuality for fear of losing their job. It’s a strange thing considering I have seen several LCPS employees speak before the school board on this issue–one of them even talking openly about middle schoolers’ sexualities (which was super creepy). And as I’ve shown before, an LCPS teacher has already shared with the local news media that she is a lesbian. As far as I am aware, she never lost her job over it.

And then she brings up this claim that students don’t believe they can be teachers because of their sexuality. This is such bunk and reveals how desperate they are getting with their arguments.

She announced the upcoming “Pride Prom”–a dance specifically revolving around…..sexuality. Yay! Lady, your movement is turning kids into neurotic sex-obsessed messes.

Another Equality Loudoun regular came up to the podium, and he was wearing a “Dump Comstock” shirt. LMAO He spoke about all his privileges…which was actually a very good introduction. Props for that, kid. He then told the board that he was proud to not be applying for a job in LCPS because they have failed to create SOGI protected classes.

He accused them of being derogatory when board members said that they do not have the authority to “create protected classes.” This is an interesting take, but like the previous speaker’s, it reveals a sort of desperation. They’re running out of arguments.

Feelings, personality traits, sexual attractions and preferences, and psychological conditions are NOT protected classes in Loudoun County, thank God. Let’s hope it stays that way.

A self-described “ally” came up and spoke about LGBT employees for LCPS. Again, sexual orientation is completely tangled up with gender identity. LGB activists have married their cause to one that requires the destruction of sex as a protected class–transgenderism. This will be their undoing.

And then the woman pulled out the big guns: accusing LCPS board members of encouraging suicidal ideation among LGBT students because they have not adopted SOGI protected classes.

Talk about emotional blackmail. For someone who, for all intents and purposes, describes herself as an expert on abusive behaviors, you’d think she would have questioned the wisdom of adopting such a manipulative tactic.

And that’s about it for the LGBT topic during the public comment period. Most of the speakers at this school board meeting were there to talk about the T.J. school funding issue. Clearly LGBT issues are not a priority for Loudoun County parents at this time. LCPS parents are concerned about the quality of education, including the educational opportunities for gifted students and also for struggling students.


Using Kids for Sexuality Activism

The Herndon Middle School Choir performed their spring pops concert this past Wednesday evening in the school auditorium. They were decked in green shirts as part of the #OtherPeopleMatter campaign which comes from The Positivity Project.

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During their last song, singers unfurled several large LGBT flags:

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These are middle school students: 11 to 14 years of age. A couple of Fairfax County school board members have been made aware of what happened, but how many parents were aware that some of the choir members were planning to do this? Was this approved ahead of time? Were all the parents okay with their middle schooler(s) promoting sexual identities during their spring concert?

Taking Advantage of Vulnerable Communities in #FairfaxCounty

Warning: Sexually Explicit Language.


Today I went to a shopping center in Herndon and spoke with immigrants outside of the various stores for nearly two hours. What became quite clear to me was how vulnerable this population is to the agenda of the radical ideologues on the Fairfax County School Board and FLE Curriculum Advisory Committee.

The people I spoke with, including parents of FCPS students, had no idea what “Family Life Education” is. They had no idea about the FCPS policies and curriculum surrounding gender identity.

Considering there are up to EIGHTY HOURS of FLE lessons throughout a child’s K-12 education, what’s the likelihood that busy working parents with multiple kids are going to even have the time to carefully examine and consider every paper that comes home with their kids if it isn’t something required to be signed and turned in? This is the problem with automatic FLE enrollment–it lacks informed consent. If what a school district will be teaching to kids would legally qualify as obscenity in any other venue outside of public school, don’t you think the very least they could do is get informed consent from the parents before teaching it?

The immigrant population is particularly vulnerable to government abuses for several reasons:

  1. Language barriers and/or literacy issues.
  2. Some may lack immigration/identification documents and therefore do not want to call attention to themselves.
  3. Many grew up in countries rife with government corruption and abuse, and therefore will be afraid to dissent, especially if #1 & #2 apply to their individual situation as well.

So, what the Fairfax County School Board, including its FLE Curriculum Advisory Committee, is doing is taking advantage of the fact that a large percentage of parents have no idea what is going on with regards to FLE and SOGI (sexual orientation & gender identity) policies, and they wouldn’t know what to do about it anyway even if they were made aware of them.

Parents should be empowered to take a more involved role in the educating of their children regarding sensitive topics such as human sexuality and reproduction which means FLE should be opt-in rather than opt-out, and parents should have at least one alternative curriculum from which to choose. #ChoiceInFLE

The secular sexual ideology that is clearly a product of white privileged Leftists is being implemented on black and brown children, many of whom live in homes where the parents are totally in the dark about what sorts of extreme things are being taught in a program that goes clearly beyond the label of “Family Life Education.” (Check out some of the county’s disparities HERE.) Religious children of all ethnicities are being scandalized and traumatized with sexually explicit information.  Heck, kids don’t need to be religious at all to be scandalized and traumatized by all this stuff. Children of all backgrounds are losing their sex-based rights to privacy and to Title IX athletics programs in favor of gender identity policies that treat biological sex as meaningless.

The Fairfax County School Board and FLECAC really should be ashamed of themselves. They’re running roughshod over so many families in pursuit of a radical ideological agenda that sexualizes children and grooms them to consent to sexual activity even before it is legal to do so. Tell me, Dr. Payne, how do you plan on explaining to 14 year olds what constitutes “high risk behavior” that would justify taking a daily pharmaceutical like Truvada? What are you going to say?  “Well, boys, if you ever plan on letting men sodomize you and you don’t know their HIV status, you might want to consider taking this pill every single day.”  Something like that?

Yeah, maybe you should instead focus on why so many teen boys, particularly black boys, are being infected with HIV. What are you doing to PROTECT THEM from being sodomized in the first place?  Oh, that’s right, you’re too busy normalizing anal sex and teenage sexual activity to concentrate on what is a very serious problem: HIV-positive men sodomizing teenage boys.



I smell an uprising in #FairfaxCounty

The winds are changing. The Fairfax County School Board and FLECAC have been exposed as an ideological circus complete with clown acts and trickery.

And I’m not the only one lampooning people–now we’ve got this creative genius (albeit not on the sex education/gender ideology topic):

Another Fairfax County resident created a YouTube video explaining the importance of biology and showed it to the school board at their most recent meeting on May 10th:

People are getting more bold with their criticisms of the sexual ideology being forced upon FCPS students. Listen to Ruby, Meg, and Cathy speak in the video below:

Kathleen speaks:


Fox5DC is now reporting on the controversial sex education that has been proposed by FLECAC and FCPS staff. Click HERE to read the article. The Arlington Diocese is warning their members about it: see the Arlington Catholic Herald‘s article HERE. The Christian Post has been covering this insanity for a while, and they wrote another article this week about it HERE.

Yesterday I attended the FCSB working meeting, and one topic that took up a ton of time was the recommended changes to the FLE curriculum. Due to the accusations of bigotry against religious people that was voiced at the May 10th school board meeting by members of the public, it appears that the board is eager to dangle a carrot in front of the rebellious Fairfax County parents by ignoring FLECAC’s vote to remove “member of the clergy” from a description of trusted adults from whom students may want to seek help.

School Board member Elizabeth Schultz did a terrific job exposing the truth behind the use of “sex assigned at birth”: it’s not about medical or scientific accuracy; it’s about supporting the gender ideology.

She asked Dr. Scott Brabrand, the FCPS Superintendent, “What do you think the objective of Family Life Education is?”

He responded: “I think the objective of Family Life Education is to provide our students with the knowledge and supports for—as they go through school—to deal with topics that many may have in their conversations at home but they may not necessarily have. And I think the school has to be a trusted partner with families. And I believe family life education has a long history in Fairfax County of being a place where information can be shared that can be helpful for students in helping them as they move though the continuum of growing up. It’s a place for the social and emotional supports that we’ve been talking about as a board and the leadership team over the last few years.”

She then asked Dr. Sloan Presidio, the Assistant Superintendent, “Do you feel at any point with some of the language that’s provided here—maybe even some of the language that’s been embedded previous to this—that we’ve crossed sort of the rubicon of giving information that is necessary for the development of students, for the parents who opt in, in teaching about sexual reproduction and what they need to know about their bodies, to actually—you know, going well beyond that? You know, teaching how to have sex, the way to think about sex, as opposed to learning about their bodies and reproductive cycles and, you know, things like sex trafficking and everything else. Do you feel like we’ve pushed beyond that in the development of our own system-based curriculum that’s not the state’s?”

‘Human sexuality’ in the state objectives for FLE is now considered to be a carte blanche for ideologues to teach whatever they want.

Dr. Presidio answered: “It’s important to recognize that VDOE provides guidance around the standards that we need to talk about—and there’s objectives related to each of those, right?—so one of them is around ‘human sexuality.’ And I think the question, in terms of like what are the values we want to really be, you know, focused on in our curriculum is more a question for the community than it is for me. And that’s the role, I think, of the FLECAC committee. It’s the role of board members to determine the appropriateness of the inclusion of topics in the curriculum. The report that we’re providing to the board is the committee’s report. As I mentioned, there’s 33 voting members. Central office staff are not voting members on the committee. So, I think that is really the question the board has to try to answer. Are we reflecting our community’s needs well in our program?”

It was quite clear to me that Ms. Schultz does not believe the FLECAC members were truly representative of Fairfax County’s diverse communities. You can watch her questions and commentary in full here (about 15 minutes long), or continue reading below:

She asked Presidio, “I’m wondering, when you take a term like [sex assigned at birth], what does our biology curriculum teach? Because you said this is limited only to the FLE curriculum. Then how are you aligning what is taught here to–if they leave FLE and then go into their biology portion of their curriculum, how is—not to use a pun—but how do you transition from what’s said in an FLE curriculum under this guise versus what’s taught as a part of biology?”

Presidio said, “Our definition of Grade 8 biological sex is that ‘a person’s biological sex is the sex that they are assigned at birth and associated primarily with the physical attributes, the reproductive anatomy, and other anatomical physiological structures, chromosomes and hormones.’ So those are the things that we discuss in biology to your question.”

Ms. Schultz was not impressed with this definition. “We had a Virginia history book for years that was riddled with errors. We didn’t keep teaching it because it was already in the curriculum,” she said. “So just because it occurs some place else, doesn’t mean that you transfer the knowledge into FLE. And my problem is that what do you teach children about the sex of a fetus that’s internal still to the mother? Do you teach them that you can’t assign a sex before birth?

“So this is where it starts to unravel, really, for me—is, what is it that is necessary to make this change that makes the curriculum better or more accurate? And I haven’t been able to find anything that says that there’s any medical community consensus that this is actually medical fact. In fact, it’s not, because we know that people find out the sex of their children before they’re born. 

“So, ‘sex assigned at birth’ denies the fact that we’re determining sex prior to birth. So, medical accuracy—when we’re getting down to what we’re teaching children as fact because this is supposed to be an education—’What is it that is factually accurate?’ is where I struggle in particular with this.”

She went on to express concern to Dr. Brabrand about long-time FLE teachers who could no longer in good conscience teach FLE despite their decades of passionate teaching of the subject due to the inclusion of this terminology. She also expressed concern about PrEP and the lack of information provided to students about the risks associated with taking the pharmaceuticals.

Tom Wilson, another FCPS board member, had a lot of questions and comments too, and he was particularly interested in seeing how the FCPS FLE curriculum compared to that of other Virginia school districts and to the state curriculum. Watch his statements in full here (about 10 minutes):

It was during this discussion that it was revealed Prince William County Schools are working on a curriculum to teach students about sexual orientation and gender identity. It was only last year that the PWC school board approved the SOGI non-discrimination policy, and now administrators have taken that as a green light to indoctrinate kids with their sexual ideology and values.

I hope the Loudoun County School Board is paying attention. Once you’ve opened Pandora’s box, there’s no putting what’s escaped back into it.

SOGI curriculum is coming to Prince William County Schools

Is anyone else tired? I’m tired. These gender ideologues are relentless, and they’re crawling all over the school systems.

Just a heads up, PWC residents, your taxes are going to fund curriculum to teach students about sexual orientation and gender identity. Watch the clown show in Fairfax County. It’s coming to you. They won’t stop until every student in Virginia is indoctrinated into their sexual ideology.