School Regrets Trans Pronoun Rule After Christian Dad Tells His Pronouns

After the school board passed a “transgender-affirming” pronoun policy, an Iranian Christian father came up with brilliant personal pronouns for himself and his children that may have the administrators regretting their decision.

The Loudon County Public School Board, notorious for leading the push for ultra-progressive policies in Virginia schools, is once again making headlines for implementing yet another “woke” prescription. However, their latest measure wasn’t without major pushback.

During a board meeting, district officials passed a reform that allows students who identify as transgender to not only access school facilities and groups of their perceived gender but will also force teachers and staff to address them by their preferred names and pronouns, The Blaze reports. Incredibly, the rule doesn’t allow for exemptions based on one’s religious beliefs, leaving educators to choose between their convictions and their jobs.

For three hours, the Loudon County Public School Board was forced to listen to angry parents and community members railing against their progressive political policies. Of course, the board members were probably still certain of their support for the transgender-affirming rule, that is, until one parent stepped up to the microphone with the perfect response.

Introducing himself as an Iranian Christian immigrant, Dimis Christophe lambasted the board’s decision. In fact, he compared their indoctrination efforts to those of the Ayatollahs.

“Dear disgraced board members. You think you’re woke? Well, I’m going to wake you a little bit more,” he began. “I’m a Chaldean married to an Armenian. We are minorities of the minorities in this country. Our ancestors survived massacres of the church and ISIS. I grew up in Iran as a Christian. And when we went to school, as much as the government wanted to indoctrinate us, the teachers didn’t allow it. The teachers did their job to teach us the curriculum: science, math, biology, etc. They didn’t try to shove propaganda down our throats like the Ayatollahs did.”






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