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The topic of gender and race has expanded so much, it got to a point where white boys are now claiming they have an African-American girl sitting inside, waiting to come out. Now, Delaware is laying out a proposal that has to do with gender and race issue of this sort.

Namely, the state’s department of education introduced a proposal that will enable students to choose their own race and gender. “Regulation 225, Prohibition of Discrimination” will banish all discrimination codes, but what they’re doing contradicts the law in a very unsettling way.

Todd Starnes reported that if the proposal is adopted, it “could set the stage for a gender-bending, cultural appropriation free-for-all in the nation’s first state.”

There is a term known as “Protected Characteristics” the educators use to talk about race, ethnicity, national background, sex, gender, gender identity and related terms that are directly related to federal law.

This legislation is quite disturbing, especially for parents across the country, who are uncertain of how this would affect their children’s development. What’s even worse is that the school is not obliged to report to the parents if their child decides to change his/her name or race.

Section 7.4 of the proposal states as follows: “All students enrolled in a Delaware public school may self-identify gender or race which is maintained in eSchoolPLUS.”

Subsection 7.4.1 reads:

Prior to requesting permission from a parent or legal guardian, the school should consult and work closely with the student to assess the degree to which, if any, the parent or legal guardian is aware of the Protected Characteristic and is supportive of the student, and the school shall take into consideration the safety, health, and well-being of the student in deciding whether to request permission from the parent or legal guardian.

The government provision would have a blast with this one since a parent does not approve of its child’s decisions, they cannot be enforced and taken as valid. It has all come to a boiling point, as schools try to take control over our children’s minds and parents trying to hold on to their God-given rights.

Delaware Family Policy Council President Nicole Theis told Starnes expressed his revolt with the legislation and alerted parents to keep their ears up:

“Literally, if a parent affirms their child’s biological sex, and now race, they are positioned as discriminatory through policies like Regulation 225,” Theis told him. “These policies are setting parents up as a ‘non-ally’ and unsupportive, even abusive if they affirm their child’s biological realities and work through confusion versus embracing it.”

“This is a 5-alarm alert for parents. The effects of the deliberate conditioning of children as early as pre-school into believing they can deny biological facts and realities and identify as whatever gender or race they feel, and to what end?”

The Delaware Family Policy Council is worried about how this would reflect many circumstances, as simple as going to the bathroom safely and changing in a locker room. It is a silly, twisted world created by the liberals, and we seem to have o say in it.

Girls and boys are distinguished by nature, from their physical build to their way of thinking and acting. Therefore, it is challenging to be okay with the aforementioned legislation, which could also be the most controversial topic yet.

“No student should ever be pressured to undress, shower, or share overnight accommodations with individuals of the opposite sex – yet these are exactly the kind of situations Regulation 225 promotes,” Theis further said.

I am sorry to say it, but this could be the kinkiest thing we’ve heard so far. To be as delusional as to think boys can be girls and black people can be white or vice versa, well that’s downright unacceptable.

What’s even more important, are we ready to do nothing about it?

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