Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' use of a "Gender Unicorn" is concerning for some parents. The image of a purple unicorn with two hearts on its chest is featured prominently in training materials the district used in June to show faculty and staff how to support transgender students. Keep NC Safe, proponents of HB2, posted the training materials to their website. "It was really slick marketing," said Donica Hudson, a mom of two CMS students. "It is friendly looking and deceitful because that unicorn, to me, represents the religion of sex. It is silencing and penalizing those of us who believe we were created male and female and should be able to use those terms."This isn't just an effort by a few starry-eyed do-gooders. The crusade to force the public acceptance of the entire LGBT agenda has the power of the Obama administration behind it. A joint diktat by the Justice and Education departments issued in May instructed school districts to allow "transgender" students to use the bathrooms of their choice. The goal, according to these instructions, was to create a "nondiscriminatory school environment," which means the real goal is the destruction of traditional social norms. It's telling that the source of the Gender Unicorn is an openly LGBT propaganda organization called Trans Student Educational Resources, which advertises itself as "the only national organization entirely led by trans youth." Sounds objective to me. And while the Gender Unicorn is presently being distributed only to Charlotte-Mecklenburg teachers and staff, the eager proselytizers at TSER aim to put their propaganda into the hands of children of all ages:
In support of the school district, TSER will be sending 200 stickers and 50 buttons along with 100 printouts of the Gender Unicorn to Charlotte Mecklenburg School in order to help them continue their efforts of educating their faculty and staff. While CMS has stated they’re only using these materials for adults, we encourage our resources to be used at any age level.It's easy to see how insidious this crusade really is. Despite all the romantic nonsense about the innocence of childhood, the truth is that kids find the idea of making the rest of the world submit to their whims devilishly compelling. Will some kids pretend to be something they really aren't for attention and power? Oh, yes. I can't help but be reminded of a classic Twilight Zone episode that explored what would happen if a budding Attila had such power over adults. It would be a good idea for every parent and teacher to watch this before conferring the power to negate social standards to children. Soon we'll all be saying, "It's good that you want to use the girls' locker room, Anthony. Real good."