HSE Board President Julie Chambers Denies Agenda Request on the Sexualization of Children
Instead, she spent much of the Board meeting discussing "micro-aggressions"
Perhaps my readers are aware that there’s a nationwide trend involving the sexualization of children. In some places, this trend has resulted in full-fledged child abuse, such as what we see in the above picture. And this sort of thing is not confined to places like Dallas or San Francisco or New York. For example, a “family-friendly drag show” (!) was recently planned in Jasper, Indiana, just a short drive from Fishers. A similar event occurred at a high school in Ankeny, Iowa.
This national trend of sexualizing children has begun to affect our local community in a number of ways:
An HSE webinar encouraged talking to children younger than fourth grade about anal sex
The Hamilton East Public Library promoted pornography for kids
Fishers High School shelved a book encouraging minors to visit a “fetish” site where pedophiles and other criminals have been known to congregate
Seven books at nine campuses in HSE school libraries promote drag for kids
These are just the examples that I’m aware of. But of course it stands to reason that there are other cases I’m not aware of, and we should certainly be concerned about what might be discussed with kids when their parents are not present.
The issue I’m raising is not an isolated event: it is not a single webinar, a single book, a single staff member, or a single campus. It is, rather, a deeper problem: a small number of HSE staff wish to sexualize children, and they have been active in pursuing this agenda. Thus, the HSE Board needs to take steps to rectify the situation and assure parents that they will keep our kids safe from this sort of harmful influence. We need a policy that clarifies that, when dealing with minors, HSE staff are not permitted to talk about or otherwise promote drag, anal sex, pornography, and the like.
The public can request to address the Board on any topic by emailing Board President Julie Chambers (firstname.lastname@example.org) and HSE Superintendent Yvonne Stokes (email@example.com). So, on May 30, I sent an email requesting that I be allowed to address the board about the promotion of sexualized cross-dressing (“drag”) for students as young as fifth grade in HSE schools. In my email, I explained that the matter does not have to do with a single book, but that it is a more general problem, and that there is a great deal of confusion among HSE staff about boundaries and expectations with regard to sexual topics. I explained that I wanted to encourage the Board to adopt a policy against the promotion of sexualized cross-dressing for minors—among other, similar topics—on the part of HSE employees.
Julie Chambers responded on behalf of herself and Dr. Stokes that they were “not able” to add this item to the agenda. She then misconstrued my concern as having to do with a single book, and told me that I could submit paperwork challenging that book if I wished.
In response, I explained to Ms. Chambers for a second time that the problem I wanted to address went well beyond the issue of a single book. I also asked her the same question that I previously asked Dr. Stokes: “Do you hold the opinion that it is appropriate for a public school to encourage 10 year old children to engage in sexualized cross-dressing?”
Like Dr. Stokes, Ms. Chambers refused to answer this question.
Instead of taking a few minutes to hear me out at the Board meeting, Ms. Chambers instead spent much of the three-and-a-half-hour meeting discussing the addition of a new policy to the student handbook that prohibits “micro-aggressions”. What is a “micro-aggression”? Typical examples include telling a foreign student that her English is good, asking a foreigner where he is from, affirming a colorblind approach to racial issues, and saying “all lives matter”.
The policy about “micro-aggressions” was approved by a vote of 4-3. So students in HSE schools will be encouraged to engage in sexualized cross-dressing, but will be singled out for leftist re-education if they compliment the English of a friend from a foreign country. This clown-show is the result of Julie Chambers’ gross incompetence.
Julie Chambers is obviously unfit for her position. Let’s vote her out in November. She’s running for re-election in the fourth district. Have a look at the map here. If you live in the fourth district, please vote in November for Ben Orr, who is running against Chambers to return sanity to the district. And, if you live in a different district, stay tuned, you will also have a good candidate. I will be posting about all of our candidates soon!