A 7 year old Fannin County girl wants to use the boy’s restroom. The school wants to let her. The people of Fannin County are outraged, wondering how or why this is being allowed. Restrooms are set up by sex. Boys use one restroom; girls use another--common sense, right? Enter the invented political concept of “gender.” There are only 2 sexes, male and female. But, according to the American Psychological Association, a person’s gender includes the attitudes, feelings, and behaviors associated with a person’s biological sex. There are 58 different named genders. Are we going to have 58 different bathrooms? This is an outright attack on Judeo-Christian principles.
“So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.” Genesis 1:27
It could not be clearer than that. There is NO LAW in Georgia that requires schools to let students choose a bathroom based on “gender identity”. In Georgia, bathrooms are assigned by SEX, not GENDER. There are, however, people who seek to change this.
The Common Core continues…National Sexuality Education Standards: Core Content and Skills, K-12, have been published. Georgia has adopted Common Core language arts, math, science, and social studies. What is taught in those subjects is not a local school board decision. Thankfully, Georgia has NOT adopted the Common Core sexuality standards. Anyone who tells you that the Fannin County School Board has to do this is not telling you the truth. This is a local school board decision. They do not have to let a girl use the boy’s restroom.
However, we need to be on guard because this kind of thinking is incorporated into the National Sexuality Education Standards: Core Content and Skills, K-12. The advisory committee for those standards includes a representative of Planned Parenthood, the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States). All of these organizations seek to undermine Judeo-Christian principles. This is one of the reasons we are working so hard to stop the Common Core federal takeover. Language arts, math, science and social studies are already lost. To get authority over those subjects back, we must work to repeal all the state and federal laws associated with Common Core, including the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.
Senator Johnny Isakson voted for that bill. I read it ahead of time and told him that I would run against him if he voted for it. That is why I am running against him on May 24th in the Republican Primary in Georgia.
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