Massachusetts Department Of Education Finds “Loretta” Not Amusing At All
From the new rules of a clearly insane Massachusetts Department of Education concerning the way to address pupils in schools.
Note the expression “assigned birth sex” and “gender identity”.
– “The person best situated to determine a student’s gender identity is that student himself or herself …. A school should accept a student’s assertion of his or her gender identity …”
– “School personnel should use the student’s chosen name and pronouns appropriate to a student’s gender identity, regardless of the student’s assigned birth sex.”
– “School personnel should speak with the student first before discussing a student’s gender nonconformity or transgender status with the student’s parent or guardian.”
– “For transgender students … a documented gender marker (for example, ‘male’ or ‘female’ on a permanent record) should reflect the student’s gender identity, not the student’s assigned sex.”
– “The principal should be clear with the student (and parent) that the student may access the restroom, locker room, and changing facility that corresponds to the student’s gender identity …. Transgender students who are uncomfortable using a sex-segregated restroom should be provided with a safe and adequate alternative, such as a single ‘unisex’ restroom or the nurse’s restroom.”
– “Schools should incorporate education and training about transgender and gender nonconforming students into their anti-bullying curriculum, student leadership trainings, and staff professional development.”
This is 100% “Loretta”, without the fun.