Teen Expelled from School Saying Science Determines Only Two Genders
Student loses GoFundMe page and told not to return to school
A Scottish student who secretly filmed his teacher telling him he couldn't say there are only two genders has been informed he will not be allowed to return to school.
Last month, the 17-year-old pupil, named Murray, was removed from his classroom because his science-based remarks were "not inclusive," according to his teacher.
Murray had shared the video, which has since gone viral, exposing the left-progressive, anti-scientific ideologies being pushed in Scottish schools.
He also expressed concerns that that telling children “boys are girls and girls are boys” is “a very dangerous thing.”
The footage showed the teacher removing Murray from his class with the teacher telling him he could not share his views it at school because of “the authority” and school policy dictated that there are many genders.
A crowdfunding page, which raised over $2,000, was set up to cover Murray moving to a new school but was later shut down for 'breaching GoFundMe’s terms of service.'
The address now shows the message: “Campaign Not Found.”
In the video, the teacher is heard saying:
“I know what you think, and I know what the authority thinks, I know the authority’s point of view is obvious."
Initially, Murray was only suspended for one week, but later it was extended to three weeks.
But after that time elapsed, the pupil was informed he was allowed to return to Mearns Academy to finish his education, according to the Evening Standard reports.
The pupil told a YouTuber who goes by I, Hypocrite, who helped the video go viral, that his mother had been called in for a meeting with the school were she said “people higher up [in the school] said it’s not OK for me to finish my education at that school, effectively, and they told me there’s no chance I can return.”
But ann Aberdeenshire council spokesman said:
"The young man in question has not been permanently excluded from Mearns Academy, but rather at the age of 17, has reached the end of his time in compulsory education.”
The teen told the YouTuber he was worried that being expelled would affect his chances of getting into another one, especially ones that require previous academic referencing.
“I’m kind of in limbo at the moment. I really don’t know what is going to happen… I’m either going to have to find a new school or go to college… but it’s definitely a big speed bump in my life at the moment.”
“So, GoFundMe has canceled the campaign and also banned my account. I have not been given any reason other than I violated the terms somehow. All donations were refunded,” I, Hypocrite stated.