Concerned mom exposes gay, transgender tyranny at 13-year-old daughter’s school

Feb 16, 2020 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, LifeSite:

A 13-year-old girl is coming home from school and telling her mom she is worried that she is ‘boring’ because she is a girl who does not think she is a boy and does not think she is gay.

Earlier this week, the Daily Mail published a nauseating and stunning op-ed by a mother who is speaking out about what is going on at schools in the United Kingdom. Suzanne Glover, which is a pseudonym for safety reasons due to the level of harassment faced by mothers who dare to speak out against the transgender trend, noted just how much things have changed since back when she was in school. No longer are the conversations with her 13-year-old daughter Bella (also a pseudonym) about school sports, studies, and social life. Now, says Glover, tales from school generally involve “dizzying stories of gender fluidity and sexual politics”:

There’s the on-going saga of Bella’s friend Jessica, who came out last year after she started dating Alexandra in another Year 9 class. Only Alexandra has since decided she’s now transgender and is living as a boy called Alex — who must only be referred to as ‘he’ — despite being a pupil at an all-girls school.

There were huge dramas when another classmate, Rebecca, confessed to Laura, who is in her maths set, that she was sexually attracted to her.  Laura, who used to present as a boy, angrily rejected her, saying she had jumped to the wrong conclusions, leaving Rebecca in tears. However, Laura has since decided she is gay after all, and the pair are now dating.

Remember: Bella is only thirteen. Glover makes clear that if her daughter came out as gay, she would be fine with that. On the other hand, she writes, the number of children who are now claiming sexual minority status and the ages of those children deeply concern her and many other parents:

Over the past year, Bella has totted it up and she and her friends estimate that around 12 per cent — one in eight — of her year group have already come out as gay, bisexual or transgender. Other parents I talk to at similar girls selective schools near us in the Home Counties cite similar percentages.

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