‘Safe space’ update: LGBTQ students get their own private school in Georgia

The progressives are at it again, this time launching a school for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally students.

That’s LGBTQQIAA in the ever-expanding alphabet soup of gender identifies.

“Using a ‘Free School’ model, we aim to make a progressive education, taking you from where you are to where you want to go, available to all who need and want it,” Pride School Atlanta says on its website. “We will have space for approximately 15 students our first year, adding about that many annually until we reach about 60 students.”

Christian Zsilavetsz, who founded Pride School Atlanta with his wife Heather, said they “created a school where everybody gets to be themselves,” CBS News reported.

“We identify as gender warriors in love,” Heather Zsilavetz said.

Christian Zsilavetz “is a formerly heterosexual cisgender woman who is now a queer-identified transman,” The Daily Caller reported. Zsilavetz and his wife have two children, “one of whom is gender fluid.”

Tuition for the private school is $13,500 per year.



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