An Arizona teacher has been exposed in the classroom telling her students to blur the line of gender until it "completely disappears" in future generations.
Sara Adams, a 6th grade teacher at Altadena Middle School in Phoenix, Arizona, was heard in a recording obtained by purpleforparents on Twitter in her class having this discussion.
In the recording, Adams is heard discussing with the class what "society" tells boys they can't do.
"What other things does society say boys are supposed to be like or not do?" Adams asked the class.
These ideas, mostly brought forth by Adams instead of the class, include things like crying, wearing makeup, looking "pretty," wearing "girl clothes," and playing with barbies.
Looking for answers from the class, Adams pressed her students: "And it might be that you heard this from family members."
"You're not supposed to be, like, pretty," said one student.
In a mocking tone meant to invoke those who would say these things, Adams said: "You don't get to wear makeup, do your hair, wear nails."
"Why would you?" one student asked.
"Because some people like that. It's who they are," Adams responded. "But boys aren't supposed to do that."
"Boys, are you supposed to cry?" She asked.
"Yeah," one student said, before the rest of the class said "no."
"Society says no. Are you supposed to show your emotions?" Adams asked, which was met with a mixed response.
"No, rub some dirt on it you're fine," she continued, still in the mocking tone.
"Don't show your feelings. That's a girl thing. Awww you little sissy," she told the class.
Adams continued on to point how society has changed for the better, allowing these things.
"So, now keep in mind, that our society has changed somewhat fun ways for the better, okay? No longer for most people is that line a hard drawn line. Okay? That line gets blurred," said Adams.
"There are still people in our society, the older generations, who, that's the hard line. That's how they grew up. That's their mentality. You don't cross that line. You are a boy. You are a girl. Those are your roles. You know what you are supposed to do," she continued.
Adams continued on to note that future generations will blur the line between genders so much, that gender does not exist.
"But as your generation's coming around and the generations that are gonna come after you, we are hoping that that line completely disappears, and there is no line," said Adams. "And you are free to be whoever it is that you want to be."
"And you dress and act and do whatever it is that you want to do because that is who you are," she said.
"But society still, there's still a line."
The topic of gender has frequently made headlines recently in regards to transgender women in sports, a debate sparked once again by University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas.
Thomas has shattered a number of women's records for the sport by shocking lengths ahead of the next finisher, and left a number of her teammates, and the country, noting that her time spent growing and competing as a man previously left her with advantages over biological females.
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