Kansas: School Tries Forcing Girl To Sleep With Boy

Kansas: School Tries Forcing Girl To Sleep With Boy

Kansas: School Tries Forcing Girl To Sleep With Boy

Not, What’s Wrong with Kansas but, What THE HELL Are You Thinking, Kansas?

On a school trip to Costa Rica earlier this month, three female high school students in the Eudora school district were assigned to a two-bed hotel room with a transgender student who is biologically male — meaning one of them would have had to share a bed with the trans student — and school officials refused a request for a room change.

One of the girls objected and told a chaperone she didn’t feel comfortable with the arrangement, but she was told to “deal with it.”

Kansas — part of the heartland of America. Midwest values of God, family, country.

And yet even there the female-erasing transcult is pervasive enough that a local high school administration not only saw nothing wrong with putting two minor students of the opposite sex in bed together but actually was annoyed when the girl objected.

The girl — according to the source — was devastated, calling her mother in tears and refusing to sleep in the bed, instead sleeping on the floor and in other friends’ rooms.

What.The.@#%!!

And it appears the school district has quickly circled the wagons. The Superintendent of Schools Stu Moeckel refused to discuss the issue, even in general terms and, so far, the girl and her family have been ignored by the district.

Parents for this trip were kept in the dark about room assignments prior to the actual trip. In today’s climate of teachers doing things behind parents’ back it should have raised a flag, but who would expect this *trans-affirming* game of pretend would end up trying to force a girl to share a bed with a boy.

Yes, we’ve seen prisons putting male rapists in women’s facilities cuz identity and shelters for battered women told to accept males or be shut down. But Kansas, KANSAS, for criminey’s sake! has just let a sharknado rip across its plains then jumped it.

Just last month, Kansas’ Republican Legislature sent a bill to Governor Laura Kelly (D) to keep males out of womens/girls sports. She promptly vetoed it.

“We all want a fair and safe place for our kids to play and compete,” the Democrat wrote in a Friday veto message on the trans athlete ban. “However, this bill … came from politicians trying to score political points.”

Someone should point out to the good governor that the only thing looking to score here is a teen boy getting free access to a girl. Access enforced by his teachers.

Isn’t it amazing how the whole idea of mutual consent and the right of women and girls to say “no” to sexual behavior goes right out the window when a male claims he has a female penis?

And when did the 1967 “Free Love” novel, The Harrad Experiment, become a how-to manual for high school students?

This nonsense has gone on long enough. Eudora parents need to organize and replace the school board and fire the tight-lipped Stu Moeckel. Then recall/replace Laura Kelly and every Democrat and Vichy Republican that has enabled this misogynist movement to gain access to children.

Dear Kansas, return to the Heartland.

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5 Comments
  • Cameron says:

    There is a group of lawyers salivating at the chance to take this case.

    • Scott says:

      Kansas sure has changed.. once upon a time, you would have heard the cylinder in dads revolver being spun to check that it’s loaded after an incident like this..

  • Kim Hirsch says:

    Can’t say I’m terribly shocked. Eudora is in Douglas County, which also claims the city of Lawrence, home to the University of Kansas. Or, as I call it, the Peoples Republic of Lawrence.

    Gov. Laura Kelly has been a disaster for Kansas, which is why AG Derek Schmidt will handily replace her as governor this November.

  • Politically Ambidextrous says:

    “has just let a sharknado rip across its plains then jumped it.” – LOL that’s wonderful writing.

    “And when did the 1967 “Free Love” novel, The Harrad Experiment, become a how-to manual for high school students?” – now that’s a reference I haven’t throught about in a very long time.

  • RoyalIdiot says:

    It’s a sad day when Dorothy and Toto don’t want to go home…

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