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Public Schools Force Kids Into Transgender Wars

Public Schools Force Kids Into Transgender Wars

first_imgThe Federalist 2 December 2015Recent high-profile demands that schools let boys shower and pee right next to girls are having ripple effects in schools across the country as the transgender wars more militantly encompass young children.…. I was a child gender pretender who started cross-dressing at five years of age. By the time I was 17, my desire to change genders was powerful. But I never had any desire to expose myself to girls at school. That is just sick. The law should not protect boys exposing themselves to adolescent girls, even if the boy identifies as a girl. Is utter insanity to assist, encourage, or provide trans kids access to cross-gender facilities. Girls need privacy, protection, and freedom from the “gender pretenders” in U.S. public schools.It is sexual madness and social terrorism to deem the practices of sexual predators as acceptable and foist them on innocent children and adolescents. Why are we elevating the preferences of gender pretenders above those of all others, going far beyond political correctness to sexual madness in schools?… Every child’s rights to privacy and protection from exposure to inappropriate opposite-sex nudity are now in jeopardy. According to these new legal interpretations, if you like your gender and want to keep your gender that’s fine, but you cannot keep your freedom, rights, or protections in public-school dressing rooms or restrooms. The current conflict of interest playing out in school locker rooms between girls born as girls and the self-acknowledged gender pretender trans-kids is real and it is not funny. Non-trans students have lost their right to privacy and parents have lost the freedom to parent and protect their children. A young boy, by making the simple announcement “I was a boy, but now I’m a girl” can sashay his way into the girls’ restrooms and locker rooms in our schools. Keep in mind this boy still has his dangling boy parts. The accurate term for him is cross-dresser or transvestite. Supposedly the law protects his right to be in the girls’ locker room, to observe girls dressing and undressing, and to expose himself to the girls that are sharing the room.Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.… I know from personal experience that changing genders is not harmless. I was told by the leading experts that a surgical change to female would bring relief from my intense psychological struggle. But I wasn’t told it can also tear a person’s life apart.… If you want your kids to have a psychologically healthy life, do not assist, encourage, or guide them toward a gender change. If they struggle with gender identity issues, do not take them to a psychologist who will push hormones and gender reassignment. If you want your kids to have a psychologically healthy life, do not assist, encourage, or guide them toward a gender change.In fact, the best thing you can do for your kid is to grab him or her by the hand and run as fast as you can the other way.…  Gender pretenders—also known as trans-kids, crossdressers, or transvestites—should get counseling, not encouragement. Social terrorists who use child transvestites to advance an agenda of sexual perversion should be shut down, not be guiding public school policy.http://thefederalist.com/2015/12/02/public-schools-force-kids-into-transgender-wars/last_img read more

Let’s Bet Sports rolls out ‘Fantasy Football league’

Let’s Bet Sports rolls out ‘Fantasy Football league’

first_imgLET’S Bet Sports, the sports betting brand of the Guyana Lottery Company, yesterday launched their ‘Fantasy Football League’, catering to fans of the English Premier League. At a simple ceremony held at the company’s Robb Street location, Regional Office, General Manager Tracey Lewis, after exchanging pleasantries with the media and other officials from Let’s Bet Sports, stated that her entity is more than pleased to be once again rolling out an initiative that caters specifically to fans of the sport and more so the premier league, and more so she’s was happy that they are able to ‘give back’ to their supporters since the brand came into the market six months ago.“Fantasy football is a game in which participants assemble an imaginary team of real life footballers and score points based on those players’ actual statistical performance or their perceived contribution on the field of play,” explained Let’s Bet Sports Brand Ambassador Rawle Toney, who was tasked with detailing what exactly is ‘Fantasy Football’ and how football-loving fans can get involved.“Fantasy football has evolved in recent years, from a simple recreational activity into a significant business due to exposure via the internet, and this is where Let’s Bet Sports comes into play,” Toney said, with the initiative “offering our clients something that they can benefit, outside of their customary wagers on various sports”.In explaining the game, Toney added, “The task is simple, or at least it should be. Participants are asked to select 11 players within a price budget; in this case with the Premier League, it’s £100. There is a restriction on three players per club; a typical selection would be to select 1 goalkeeper, 4 defenders, 4 or 3 midfielders and 2 or 3 forwards.”Points are then gained or deducted depending on players’ performances. Points systems vary between games but typically, points are awarded for: Scoring a goal, Making an assist, Keeping a clean sheet, Saving a penalty. Goalkeeper saves three shots or more and if a team wins.Points can be deducted for conceding a goal (goalkeepers and defenders only), Receiving a yellow or red card; Missing a penalty kick; Scoring an own goal; Getting substituted and if your team loses.According to Toney, after you finish signing up on fantasy.premierleague.com, you will have to enter the code: HEA31M to join the Let’s Bet Sports League.The Rules of the league state that participants are only allowed one entry into the League and must be 18 years or older to play.The player with the most points at the end of the match week will win an authentic fan jersey of their favourite Premier League team.The player with the second-most points will win a $500 voucher to either play online, or at any of our lottery/Let’s Bet Sports agents’ countrywide.“Remember, with Let’s Bet Sports, every ticket you purchase goes back into the development of Guyana. At Let’s Bet Sports, since its inception seven months ago, we’ve been supportive of sports in Guyana, doing so through our kind contributions to several associations and teams and with the sponsorship of various events, and now, with this promotion, we’re giving back to the football-loving fans,” Toney stated.last_img read more