Blaine Banghart, a music teacher at University Elementary School in Shreveport, Louisiana, goes by the title MX instead of Mr. or Ms. Banghart posted on Facebook that it is enjoyable to see the confusion on children's faces when they learn about their teacher's gender.
Banghart wrote that the kids are asking questions like why they have a mustache if they are a girl, or why they are trying to look like a boy if they are now called Mr. Banghart. Banghart stated that they are ignoring these questions and redirecting the conversation to avoid getting in trouble.
“Though some of the reactions are hurtful (I’m not mad- they’re kids and don’t mean harm), I’m mostly just enjoying all the confusion about ‘what’ I am. Wondering what they’re going to do when I have the mustache AND a skirt later this week lol,” Banghart added.
This teacher claims that she enjoys causing her students to be confused about her gender identity. pic.twitter.com/SQNZEtazGs
— 👁 Inside The Classroom (@EITC_Official) November 27, 2022
Parents' complaints about Banghart's behavior and attire at a school board meeting in March brought the teacher under fire earlier in the year. According to the Shreveport Times, Banghart previously shared a TikTok video in which he/she discussed how he/she couldn't be openly trans nonbinary while working.
“Do not come up in my comments saying I am because I’m not. I live in Louisiana and it sucks here,” Banghart reportedly said.
The incident is just one of several that parents throughout the nation have experienced, in which activist teachers attempt to force their personal views on young students on gender and sexuality. Something that is frequently kept from a child's parents.
A Minneapolis teacher posted a survey that he/she had previously used with her students on her website.
“These are all resources that I use or have used at the beginning of the school year. Please enjoy,” Mandi Jung, the science teacher, said.
What name should I use when speaking to your parents, for example, was one of the survey's questions. and “What pronouns should we use when we talk about you? (CHOOSE AS MANY AS YOU WANT).”
“Is it okay to use the pronouns you selected above when we talk to your parents?” read a different question.
“That we live in a country where schools are actively pushing kids to change their gender and hide it from their parents is something I never thought I would face as a parent,” Kimberly S. Hermann of the Southeastern Legal Foundation told Fox News.
An elementary school teacher in California mentioned educating students on pronouns by using a stuffed animal toy.
“This is a llama unicorn. … I thought it was so cute to let my kids name the llama unicorn. It was a mistake. So, this little llama is gender-fluid; we will be practicing pronouns with this little llama,” Skye Tooley, the teacher, said.
“[Children] are very much ready for these topics and are way more accepting than adults when it comes to discussing these topics and talk about gender, gender assumptions, pronouns, all the things. And it is child development appropriate and age appropriate,” Tooley noted.
Folks, for the love of God, please stop sending your children to these hell holes. Private school or home school are infinitely better options. Even if you think that you can't do it, you can likely find a way. One good thing about homeschooling (speaking as a homeschool parent) is that you don't have to teach them for 8 hours per day. You can focus on subjects better and literally get the work done within an hour.