Liberals have reached a point of “accepting” who people are that the only limits to being welcomed appear to center around having right-of-center political views.
High school students in Worthington, Ohio, were instructed on homelessness by an anarchist activist and apparent “sex worker” who has reportedly shared sexually explicit photos on social media.
What’s more, Dr. Trent Bowers, superintendent of Worthington City Schools, stands by the decision to feature the woman as a role model “in a class catered to radical voices,” Fox News reported.
“A school principal was in the room during the discussion and there was nothing presented to students like is being presented in social media online,” Bowers said.
The woman, Elizabeth Blackburn, identifies herself in her Twitter profile as an “anarchist bimbo,” “fat activist,” and included “sex work” in the description — she has since locked down her account.
Blackburn links to a non-profit group called the First Collective. Located in central Ohio, the group sponsors an encampment called “Camp Shameless” that “houses 20-25 residents” and provides for immediate needs.
According to a screenshot shared by Libs of TikTok, Blackburn tweeted about her Oct. 19 appearance at Worthington Kilbourne High School: “I spoke to Worthington Kilbourne Politics and Radicalism classes today, a presentation titled ‘Solidarity: the Case for Camp Shameless.’ It was such an awesome experience, I can’t wait to read what the students write about it.”
“[Worthington City School District] brought an antifa activist and sex worker who has public profiles containing pornography to speak to students this week. This is who they want students to look up to and learn from,” tweeted the Twitter account popular on the right, sharing a few photos that can’t be unseen.
.@wcsdistrict brought an antifa activist and sex worker who has public profiles containing pornography to speak to students this week. This is who they want students to look up to and learn from. pic.twitter.com/hH5Zvz1mKe
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) October 21, 2022
Why a public high school has a class teaching students radical activism is a good question — Bill Ayers of the Weather Underground and white nationalist Richard Spencer are among those who were invited to speak to the class, according to Reason Magazine.
Libs of TikTok, a favorite target of the left, took additional heat for calling attention to the inappropriate engagement
The neo-Marxist left takes advantage of Twitter’s liberal leanings to feign safety concerns, all in the name of shutting down a Twitter account that may be doing more than anyone in America today in highlighting the depravity our children are being exposed to.
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) October 22, 2022
Others see the story as a good example of why cameras are needed in the classroom… here’s a quick sampling of responses from Twitter:
I don’t get this stuff. There’s nothing like this going on in my kids school district. Guess I’m lucky where I live.
— Tom (@GaclMan) October 22, 2022
This is exactly why schools need cameras with audio and parents can log in via an app at anytime to see and hear what their kids are exposed to.
— Mega Ultra Toxic Masculinity (@Masculinity_) October 21, 2022
I wonder what radical RW activist they’ve invited to this public high school for its Politics and Radicalism course. Oh right, it’s only RW radicalism that’s the problem, not identity politics period 🙄
— jimbo baggins (@jrobros40) October 22, 2022
This society needs more shame not less. Good grief.
— 💋TheModernMarilyn (@GlamGabber) October 21, 2022
This is obviously way more important than speaking to students about how to manage your finances.
— Drake’s Takes (@NoMoreDaysLost1) October 21, 2022
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