California: 7th Grade Science Teacher Hands Out Gender Identity Graph Explaining His Pronoun to Students

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
August 12, 2019

Parents are furious because they’re bigots that just can’t adapt to current year idiosyncrasies.

Daily Mail:

Northern California parents are furious after a seventh and eight grade science teacher introduced the topic of gender identity and sexuality to students in an effort to explain his preferred honorific.

Luis Davila Alvarado, who teaches at Denair Middle School in California’s San Joaquin Valley, used a ‘Gender Unicorn’ graphic from Trans Student Education Resources on Wednesday to explain the choice of ‘Mx.’ over ‘Mr.’  before being stopped by the principal.

‘Mx.’ is a gender-neutral honorific typically used by individuals who do not identify as a specific gender, or for people who simply don’t want to be referred to by gender.

A handful of parents’ felt the discussion was inappropriate for the age group, which typically includes 12- to 14-year-olds, and that science class was also not the proper place for the lesson, the Modesto Bee reported.

What do they mean “not the proper place for the lesson?” Of course they should be learning about gay unicorns in science class! That’s what science is all about. Anuses, glitter, rainbows, AIDS, genital mutilation — they’re the core of current year science.

If we want kids to be prepared to face current year, we have to educate them about the Gender Unicorn.

…and to let the gender unicorn rub its corn thing on them, if possible.

Gender identity is discussed during seventh through 12th grade health classes as part of sexual health and HIV/AIDS prevention education, pursuant to California’s public school curriculum. could not immediately reach the school or Alvarado for comment or to confirm the teacher’s preferred pronouns.

Sonia Rush, a stepparent of one student who received the handout, wrote on Facebook:

The teacher said that because he was transgender and the kids had lots of questions, he thought this would be beneficial to them. Which is the most bulls— excuse I’ve ever heard.’

Not a bad excuse. If the teacher is a tranny, kids may wonder “why is he a tranny?” and “why is he such a faggot?”, so they’re likely to appreciate how the gender unicorn graphic answers those questions with “because he’s mentally ill.”

Like, that’s obviously why they’ve shut the teacher down. Kids started figuring out that gender talk is loony talk.

If you find someone looking like this:

And after you ask “why do you look like that?” the thing replies with “well, there’s this thing called the gender unicorn,” the inevitable conclusion is that the creature is mentally ill.

( could not confirm whether Alvarado identifies as transgender. Quotes from parents and school officials using the pronouns he/him to refer to Alvarado have not been edited.)

Rush continued: ‘I don’t care what you identify as, that’s your decision. But NO ONE has the right to ask my child these questions that have absolutely nothing to do with what you are teaching in a classroom.’

Another parent who was upset, Kristen Hill, wrote on Facebook: ‘Let’s say the kids are confused about what to call him/her. How in hell does this … clear up any confusion about him/her?!?! What a crock of sh*t!

Hey come on – hate has no place here.