January 24, 2019
“Laura” entering a classroom of the transgender school.
This isn’t as bad as it sounds at first, really.
Growing up as a transgender child in Chile, Angela was so desperate to escape the physical and verbal abuse from other students at her elementary school that she thought about taking her own life.
“I just wanted to die,” said the now 16-year-old. “I didn’t want to exist, because what they did to me made me feel awful.”
After suffering years of discrimination, Angela and some 20 other transgender minors aged 6 to 17 have found hope at Latin America’s first school for trans children . The institution, founded by the Chile-based Selenna Foundation that protects their rights, is a milestone in a country that was so socially conservative that it only legalized divorce in 2004.
Bullying these faggots works. They either end up committing suicide, or they retreat to their own transgender safe spaces, away from us. Win-win.
In recent years, the families of trans children have demanded greater acceptance — a call that recently led to the approval of a law that allows people over the age of 14 to change their name and gender in official records with the consent of their parents or legal guardians.
Activists and parents of transgender children say that’s the stage of childhood or pre-adolescence when children discover that their gender does not correspond to their body.
A 2016 report by UNESCO said that in Latin America, as in the rest of the world, violence against sexual orientation or gender identity in schools wreaks “havoc on the development of the affected people, school coexistence, academic performance and, consequently, their permanence in school.”
There’s no such thing as “your gender not corresponding to your body” just as there is no such thing as “your species not corresponding to your body.”
It’s current year, so we have to periodically remind ourselves of that fact.
The school was launched in 2017 as a way to help families of trans children, who often skip classes or even fail to finish their studies as result of discrimination, said Selenna Foundation President Evelyn Silva. Classes began in April 2018 in a space loaned by a community center in the Chilean capital of Santiago. Courses include math, science, history and English, as well as workshops on art and photography.
Transgender self-segregation is a good thing. Instead of making normal people around them suffer with them, they move to their own faggot spaces where they can let faggotry run wild. We should support this, because it is a step towards their expulsion from our society.
This one’s also called “Angela,” according to AP.
If it’s politically correct for them to have their own schools, their own bathrooms, and their own clubs, then we can soon make it be politically correct for them to also have their own jobs and eventually, their own country.
Once they have their own country, we wait one or two generations for them to die of AIDs and/or sterility, and reclaim the land.
Minimal confrontation, no one to blame but them, and proof of their dead-end nature.
It could work.
Since its start, school attendance has grown from the original five students to 22 in December, and six more have already enrolled in the new year. Students are assigned to one of two classrooms based on age.
Do you see how small the transgender problem really is? It’s statistically insignificant. They should adapt or die, but here we are, talking about how edge cases are actually indeed really very common and natural, and how we should change our society to accommodate them, how we should adapt to them.
“I’m happy here because there are many other kids just like me,” said Alexis, a 6-year-old student, who also said that he was constantly bullied at his previous school.
Although space is limited, parents say students have regained their confidence: They seem happier, more relaxed and eager to participate in class.
He’s happy because he’s surrounded by other transgenders like him. He’s straight-out telling you that. How is that not an argument in favor of their segregation?
Alexis, 6-year-old student
That Alexis kid really looks like a brown boy, by the way. Well-transitioned.
″(My son) was losing his identity, he was getting ashamed of being transgender because he felt that he didn’t fit in,” said Alexis’ father, Gabriel Astete. “He was being forced to go to the boys’ bathroom when he wanted to go to one for girls. His self-esteem was very low at the traditional school.”
Oh… so he is indeed a boy… I mean… Okay, look. This is current year, transgender people can be transgender internally, you know? If they feel they are something, then they are what they feel they are. This is how it works now. You don’t even need to let your hair grow, you can just claim you’re a girl and anyone who disagrees is a bigot waiting for a lawsuit.
Students agreed that the school has helped them fully embrace their identity.
There’s this very important fact hammered a couple of times here in this story: transgenders feel better when everyone around them is transgender, which means accepting transgenders into our spaces will eventually result in the transgenderification of everyone or their expulsion due to their constant nagging about how not everyone is a faggot.
We know what we’ll choose.