The Twitter account @Teacher_Exposed posted a concerning video that appears to feature a teacher discussing a “transition closet” in the school he allegedly works for.
According to the purported teacher, the closet allows students to change into clothing that “fits who they are” instead of the clothes their parents let them walk out the door in, once again reaffirming that the left doesn’t believe parents should have any real say in how their children are growing up.
“The goal of the transition closet is for our students to wear the clothes that their parents approve of, come to school and then swap out into the clothes that fit who they truly are,” the man in the video said. He then admits that he compares the “change” to Clark Kent switching into his Superhero outfit.
“The goal of the transition closet is for our students to wear the clothes that their parents approve of, come to school and then swap out into the clothes that fit who they truly are.” pic.twitter.com/Ba4EN8OfNw
— Teachers Exposed (@Teacher_Exposed) February 15, 2022
“But that idea actually goes a lot further than that, because Superman isn’t Clark Kent, Clark Kent is actually the disguise and when he goes into the phone booth, he transforms into Superman, who’s really just who he truly is.” he notes, implying that the children aren’t allowed to be who they are at home, and have to wear a disguise to get by their parents.
“And so this gives our trans students the opportunity to be the superheroes we know they are,” he ends the video.
The shocking video garnered a lot of attention, including from several high-profile people who noted that this is yet another example of the “educational bureaucracy” believing that children don’t belong to their parents.
Here is a sample of the reaction:
Wake up call for parents. So many in the educational bureaucracy believe children belong to them. They don’t.
This is why parents deserve to know what is going on in the classroom and at school. https://t.co/XGqRG4jnbw
— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) February 15, 2022
Whatever his interest in having kids change their clothes, it is disturbing how so many teachers/administrators seem to think they outrank their students’ parents. They don’t all think that, of course. But many do.
— SanchoPanzy (@SanchoPanzy) February 15, 2022
So….teacher are now facilitating the kids deceiving their parents?
— KadyM (@KadyMuhammad1) February 15, 2022
So basically they are teaching these children to deceive their parents, subvert their authority and game the system. It’s just indoctrination, recruitment and grooming.
— Alaskan Tequila (@LTequila4) February 15, 2022
Simple rule: If you do something (anything) with a minor child behind the parents’ backs, you are the bad guy.
— Fauxmaha (@J3ffMiller) February 15, 2022
This is monstrous. Schools are not there to shove a wedge between children and their parents. This will end very badly for kids, parents and society if it’s not stopped.
— SimmyMc (@mc_simmy) February 16, 2022
And which teacher will be the first to be arrested for placing a camera in there?
— David E Brady (@davidebrady) February 15, 2022
I do not like to hate. I find myself hating these people.
— Stephanie Meeks (@meeksasteph) February 15, 2022
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