Schools Are Now Allowing Children To Identify As Cats, Horses And Dinosaurs
By Michael Snyder/End of the American DreamJune 22, 2023
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I seriously should have thought of this when I was a kid. If I could have answered every question a teacher asked by meowing like a cat or roaring like a dinosaur, there is no way they could have ever accused me of getting an answer wrong. And when it was time for a quiz or a test, I could have just responded to every question with a paw print.
Of course nobody would have actually been able to get away with such a thing decades ago. When I was a kid, anyone that tried to pull this kind of a stunt would have been immediately marched down to the principal's office. But now we live at a time when we are supposed to allow people to identify as anything that they want.
Things have gotten particularly absurd in the United Kingdom. According to an investigation that was conducted by the Telegraph, schools in the UK are now allowing children to identify as all sorts of things...
At a state secondary school in Wales, one student is said to 'meow' when asked questions by a teacher, rather than answering in English, the Telegraph reports.
In other schools, one apparently insists on being addressed as a dinosaur, one claims to identify as a horse while another is said to wear a cape and demands to be acknowledged as a moon.
In the old days, teachers knew how to deal with this kind of nonsense.
But today they are instructed not to correct the children because that would be "discriminatory"...
Pupils claim teachers are 'not allowed to get annoyed' about such behavior in case it is seen as being discriminatory.
However, lessons are reportedly becoming completely derailed by these interactions, impacting the quality of their classmates' education.
So these teachers in the UK literally have to sit there and make the best of it when students respond to their questions with "animal noises"...
In some reported instances, classes have faced severe disruption as pupils insist on answering teacher's questions and communicating via animal noises.
I couldn't take that.
If I was told that I had to allow students to make animal noises all day, I would just quit.
Apparently one student that identifies as "a cat" has been doing this for three years...
In a particularly disruptive case, the newspaper spoke to a student in Wales who claimed a classmate had identified as a cat for three years.
The pupil complained: "When they answer questions, they meow rather than answer a question in English.
Are you kidding me?
In the old days, that kid would have been corrected on day one.
But these days you are not allowed to say anything.
That just wouldn't be proper.
In fact, a 13-year-old girl was recently called "despicable" by her teacher when she confronted a classmate that identifies as "a cat"...
A 13-year-old student girl and her friend were called "despicable" on Friday after questioning a fellow student's identification as a cat, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The young girl asked her fellow student, "How can you identify as a cat when you're a girl?" which resulted in her being reprimanded by her teacher at Rye College in East Sussex, according to the Daily Telegraph. The teacher told the young students they would not be allowed back at the school and would be reported to senior leadership if they continued to question their fellow student's identification.
A recording of the heated exchange was taken by some pupils involved in the incident, according to the Daily Telegraph. The recording details the exchange in which students can be heard questioning the validity of their fellow student's identification. "If they want to identify as a cat or something then they are genuinely unwell - crazy," one of the students can be heard saying. The teacher then asks the two girls, "where did you get this idea from that there are only two genders?"
The teacher then added, "gender is not linked to the parts that you were born with, gender is about how you identify." The young girls responded to this that they don't agree and that if you're a boy, you have a penis, and if you're a girl, you have a vagina.
"You are talking about the fact that cisgender is the norm, that you identify with the sexual organ you were born with, that's basically what you're saying, which is really despicable," the teacher told the students. She then insinuated that they were homophobic and warned they would be expelled from the school with thinking like this.
The parents of the student who took the recording expressed anger online about the teacher shutting down debate, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Here in the United States, we are moving very rapidly in the same direction.
In fact, we just learned that public school teachers in New York are now being instructed to keep "children's gender transitions a secret from parents in some cases"...
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) released 42 pages of new guidance for public schools Monday that includes a section about keeping children's gender transitions a secret from parents in some cases.
The report, titled "Creating a Safe, Supportive, and Affirming School Environment for Transgender and Gender Expansive Students," maintains that a student's gender identity should be based on the student's own assertion and that administrators should keep such information from families if they deem it necessary.
Can you believe that?
How do you think parents that have been purposely deceived by teachers will react once they find out the truth?
The stage is being set for some very messy lawsuits.
As a society, we have lost all common sense.
If I say that I am a chicken, that does not make me a chicken.
But now we are teaching our children that they can "identify" as anything that they want.
When I say that time is short, I am not exaggerating one bit.
The social cohesiveness of our society is literally coming apart at the seams all around us.
The inmates are running the asylum at this point, and we are raising an entire generation of children that are going to be completely and totally messed up if they ever get the opportunity to become adults.