‘Making your kids queer since 2020’: Trans teacher gets off light for joking in class about anal sex

There has been much protest from the left, all the way up to President Joe Biden, over Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education” bill passed this week by the state legislature — the bill bans classroom instruction on “sexual orientation” or “gender identity” in kindergarten through third grade, and the LGBTQ community pushed back by misrepresenting the measure as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill — the word “gay” is not mentioned in the language.

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ press secretary, Christina Pushaw set the liberal world on fire when she suggested, on her own time, “If you’re against the Anti-Grooming Bill, you are probably a groomer or at least you don’t denounce the grooming of 4-8 year old children.” The remark resulted in calls for Pushaw to resign — she’s not — with the left interpreting her remarks as calling the gay community pedophiles, but the incident has also resulted in a focus on what children are being exposed to in school.

On that note, a timely story is making the rounds about a transgender high school teacher joking about anal sex in the classroom. This same teacher also shared a Facebook post with the message: “Making your kids queer since 2020.”

The “Libs of TikTok” Twitter account shared reporting on the teacher from Jason Rantz, who hosts his own radio show on KTTH 770AM/94.5 FM in Seattle and Tacoma. The story centers on a cat-shaped tissue holder where the tissues are dispensed through the animal’s rear end.

The Washington state teacher commented online about the dispenser being empty, adding: “A student noticed this and asked, ‘How do you refill it?’ I pause for a moment, then tell my class, ‘I turn down the lights, put on some soft music, and use a LOT of vasoline.’”

The post also noted that petroleum jelly was kept in a classroom closet “for…reasons.”

Rantz reported that Anacortes High School teacher Casey Anderson was “formally reprimanded for making jokes to kids about anal sex,” which was widely seen as a lenient response. Then again, this is Washington state.

In a series of tweets, Rantz shared more details on the story:

Of all the outrage over the incident, the best response may have been from conservative commentator and podcast host Allie Beth Stuckey, as seen here:

Tom Bevan, president of RealClearPolitics, shared concerns many parents have about what’s happening in the classroom when he tweeted his fifth-grader’s vocabulary list for science class:

There was also this tweet shared by Libs of TikTok:

 

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