Dad Shreds School Board's Trans Pronoun Rule: Call My Kids King & Queen and Me Master
Virginia officials slammed for insisting on passing transgender-affirming pronoun rules
A Virginia father has shredded his local school board members over their insistence on introducing new transgender-affirming pronoun rules, telling the leftist officials that he wants them to refer to his kids as "king" and "queen" and to call him "master."
The dad, a Christian Iranian immigrant, made the rock-star remarks during an explosive speech before the Loudoun County Public School Board on Tuesday.
Teacher Laura Morris resigned as she spoke before the board in an emotional address, explaining why the "equity training" and political dogma forced her to resign.
She slammed the board's "highly politicized agenda" and declared she could no longer be part of an organization that told her "white, Christian, able-bodied females" must be reined in.
Despite overwhelming objections from outraged parents and teachers, the board still went on to pass the reforms.
The new "woke" reforms allow transgender students to access school facilities and groups of their choice and require faculty and staff to address transgender, non-binary, and "gender-fluid" students by their preferred names and pronouns.
Reforms that, according to this father, have no place within America's educational system.
"I grew up in Iran as a Christian," the concerned dad told the board.
"And when we went to school, as much as the government wanted to indoctrinate us, the teachers didn't allow it," he said.
"They didn't try to shove propaganda down our throats like the Ayatollahs did."
"Now in the 21st century, we have social justice warrior so-called teachers trying to shove their garbage ideology down our kids' throats," he continued.
LCPS Board meeting 8/10/21, Iranian Christian rock-star tells board in response to the stupid pronoun push to call his kids "King and Queen" and address him as "Master". This is classic! pic.twitter.com/KEPfvXgDGt— PACT (Parents Against Critical Theory) (@PACTstopcrt) August 12, 2021
"These are our children, not yours," he added defiantly.
"Their job is not to raise my child or my neighbor's child.
"Their job is to teach our kids math, science, biology, literature, and that's it.
"Not ideology," he asserted.
"Now you want to push garbage crap like 'pronouns.'
"How the hell does that keep a kid from succeeding?
"How does that help them?" he shouted.
"You wanna push that garbage down my kids' throats, I will make you call my kids king and queen.
"That's how you will address my son and daughter," he declared.
"And when you look at me, you will call me master."
Loudoun County has served as the center stage of an ongoing nationwide debate regarding the implementation of transgender-affirming policies in local schools.
Earlier this year, the district was sued after it suspended a Christian physical education teacher for speaking out against the proposals during a board meeting.
The teacher, Tanner Cross, declared in the speech that he would not "lie" to his students and "defile" God by affirming that "a biological boy can be a girl and vice versa."
The board was scheduled to vote on the rules Tuesday but was forced to push back the vote due to an overwhelming number of community members who desired to weigh in during a public comment time.