The LGBTQ community needs to update their acronym to LGBTCQ with “C” before “Q” to represent those kids in school who are totally confused about their gender, because of all the irrational bullcrap they’re being told by the adult authority figures who are steering them into the lifestyle.
It’s bad enough when adults are parading around in the streets dressed like weirdos and flaunting their weirdness in the most disgusting displays of sexual deviation imaginable, but when they move into schools looking for converts, something needs to be done to put a stop to it.
Adding to the confusion, a top private school in north London is now going to have gender neutral uniforms to accommodate all those students who are still not sure which way they lean, so boys will have the option of wearing skirts.
As Breitbart stated:
One of Britain’s top private schools is bringing in ‘gender-neutral’ uniforms that would allow boys to wear skirts, as teachers report growing numbers of children ‘questioning their gender identity’.
The move by Highgate School in north London comes as activist pupils at schools across the country are demanding ‘gender-neutral’ bathroom facilities, a ban on terms they deem ‘sexist’, and for teachers to use gender-neutral pronouns such as “they”.
“This generation is really questioning being binary in the way we look at things,” headteacher Adam Pettitt told The Sunday Times.
Separate uniforms for boys and girls will be scrapped under the plans, and pupils at the £6,790 per term secondary school are being consulted on a mix-and-match dress code.
Under the present dress code:
Highgate’s current uniform policy allows female pupils to wear trousers, dark blue jackets, and ties but boys can’t choose to wear the grey pleated skirts that make up part of the girls’ uniform.
But the new dress code changes are designed to make trans students feel happier and more secure:
But the headmaster added that if boys choose to wear skirts, then “if [as a result] they feel happier and more secure in who they are, it must be a good thing.”
There has been some pushback from critics who believe the new gender neutral uniform policy will encourage students to copycat the trans lifestyle as a fad.
But critics warn the rush by schools to implement gender-neutral policies being demanded by activists risked encouraging “copycat” behaviour amongst children, fuelled by social media and the internet.
As it was reported in 2015 that 80 primary school-aged children a year were being branded transgendered, experts revealed they were emerging in “clusters” – in schools where the fad had taken off.
A study by Mark Zucker at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto found that transgenderism was more prominent and persistent amongst children when promoted by adults.
Researchers observed that children who saw therapists and others in authority who assume they belong to the opposite sex can actually become more distressed, exacerbating their “gender dysphoric identity”.
So ultimately we can thank all the confused, liberal adults who are setting the example for young students still trying to “find themselves” and learn how to be comfortable and confident in their own skins. If you leave it up to the sexual deviants to set the trends, you may not like where those trends take society!