San Fran School District guidebook tells teachers to encourage kids’ sexual fluidity, reclaim ‘it’ as Blacks did with N-word

The San Francisco Unified School District is promoting a guidebook for teachers that advocates secret child sexual transitions and encourages students to use the pronoun “it” which is allegedly the gender-identity version of the “n-word.”

A whistleblower has come forward with documents that show in 2021 the district celebrated “International Pronouns Day,” instructing students that they can adopt various genders and sexual identities, according to Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Christopher Rufo at City-Journal.

Teachers are telling elementary students that they may not “feel like a boy OR a girl” and can identify as “non-binary” and use “they” pronouns.

The district is also reportedly teaching that students can be part of the “bisexual umbrella” and identify as “fluid,” “pansexual,” “omnisexual,” “hetero-, homo-, lesbi-curious,” “hetero-, homo-, lesbi-flexible,” and “queer.”

Possibly the most disturbing aspect of all this pronoun nonsense is the release of a guide concerning students who use “it” pronouns. The guide tells teachers that “we are increasingly seeing students using the pronoun ‘it’” at school. Confusingly, it says that using “it” as a pronoun “has a long history of being used as a slur to dehumanize trans and gender non-conforming folks” and it now functions as a gender-identity version of the “n-word,” which has been “reclaimed” by African-Americans.

Teachers are encouraged to discuss the pronoun “it” with students but are recommending that they “affirm their right to use whatever pronoun feels right to them.” In other words, it’s a slur but because it is politically correct it can be used, no harm, no foul.

Enter a document called the “Elementary Name and Pronoun Information Sheet.” Teachers are using it to facilitate gender transitions for their K-5 students, allegedly in secret. The worksheet tells students they can choose whatever name or pronoun they want instead of what their parents and family use at home. Teachers vow to hide the new identity from the student’s parents.

“What is your official name?;” “What name would you like me to call you in class?;” “What name would you like me to use with your grown-ups?;” and “Would you like me to call you a boy, a girl, or something else?” are questions listed on the sheet.

“[Students] have the right to be ‘out’ at school, and to not have that information that they are ‘out’—with new pronouns, with a new identity—in any way shared with those folks at home,” LGBTQ programs director, Kena Hazelwood stated, according to the City-Journal.

Pronouns apparently are the gateway for more serious interventions here. As students enter secondary school, they can join “Q Groups,” which are intended to “support BIPOC middle and high school queer, transgender, gender non-conforming, and questioning youth in the school setting” and to “connect students to mental health professionals and clinics that offer gender-affirming health services.”

Rufo points out that means that the sexual-transition process could begin in elementary school with pronoun usage and escalate in high school to “puberty blockers, hormone therapy, and gender surgery.”

“San Francisco Unified’s policy subverts basic parental rights. The district is playing a dangerous game, facilitating child gender and sexual transitions without notifying or gaining the consent of their families. This is intentional. The district explicitly encourages teachers to prioritize ideology over parental interests and, according to one document, recommends that teachers identify parents as ‘caregiver 1 and caregiver 2 instead of mother and father’—a practice that assumes that parents are interchangeable and incidental,” Rufo asserts.

The school district also reportedly does not allow parents to opt children out of lessons on “gender identity” and “sexual orientation.”

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