As if things could not go more downhill from an elementary school teacher suggesting that sexual orientation and gender identity is suitable classroom curriculum for 3-year-old children, an unidentified school teacher took to Facebook to post a series of disturbing confessions.
The teacher posted in a "Trans, Intersex, and Non-Binary School Professionals" group on Facebook saying, "So this is me feeling my best teacher self because I’m wearing panties on a work day for the first time ever and I feel so good!"
Why he believes wearing women's panties makes him his "best teacher self," is unknown but as a subconscious signal that trying his new kinks while walking around school is something to be ashamed of, he accompanies the post with a photo of himself holding up a "shushing" finger over his lips.
He goes on to identify his appearance to the group as "a tall bearded demiboy with pomaded hair and glasses, wearing a purple and white checked shirt, a gray sweater vest, and a brown jacket with black jeans." For those not keeping up on the infinitely expanding gender dictionary, "demiboy" is someone who identifies as male only in part.
The teacher continued on to confess his jitters before coming out with his sexuality and gender identity to a group of children:
"I signed up to lead an affinity group for LGBTQIA+ students at my school a while back. The first meeting is this afternoon, and I’m going to be coming out to a bunch of high schoolers as bi [bisexual] and enby [non-binary]. I'm a bit nervous. Good vibes/encouragement are needed and welcome."
Affinity groups are groups, typically reserved for those of specific disability, religion, race or ethnicity, so students can come together to discuss their common identities or interests.
Amidst what is being deemed the "Groomer Epidemic," with 135 school teachers and aides being charged with sex crimes in 2022 alone, there are a concerning amount of teachers targeting these groups of children who already feel ostracized in one way or another to satisfy their own perversions.
Despite the growing number of teachers pushing for aggressive LGBTQIA+ education for school children of all ages, a Montana high school assigned a questionnaire on sexuality that targeted heterosexuals with questions like, "99 percent of reported rapists are heterosexual. Why are straights so sexually aggressive?"