It's Just the Coffee Talking: Sure, I 'identify' as a they/them so let me live with your little girls for 3 days at camp! Dressing, sleeping, showering, bathroom usage... it's all good! Don't worry!

Good Morning!

Yesterday I was reading random news stories and this one caught my eye....

An elementary school offers a science camp for the children.  Parents sent their kiddos off to science camp.  Parents found out after the fact that the camp had biological males - who are trans-women - as the counselors that were bunking up with all the little 10 year old girls. 

The camp only asks the hired counselors what gender they 'identify' as and then put them into sleeping arrangements thus so.  

Yes, that means a pedophile male could simply dress female for the hiring interview, tell them he identifies as 'they/them' and the camp (admitted to the parents after the fact) that is how they place counselors.  

I was just pondering this over coffee so I thought I'd share....

 

https://ktla.com/news/controversy-erupts-after-parents-of-los-alamitos-fifth-graders-learn-of-sleeping-arrangements-at-camp/

A group of parents of students at Weaver Elementary School in Los Alamitos are upset with the Los Alamitos Unified School District after learning about the sleeping arrangements at a school-organized science camp in San Bernardino County.

“No parent should feel the way I feel after knowing what could have happened to my daughter,” said parent Suzy Johnson.

The parents say their fifth-grade girls told them some of the biologically male counselors at Camp Pali in San Bernardino who use they/them pronouns spent three nights sleeping in cabins with the young girls.

“Per California law, we place staff in cabins they identify with,” Emmi Teige, assistant director of Camp Pali, confirmed.

Parents say they are not accusing anyone of a crime, but they are angry the school district did not let parents know about the camp policy.

These parents say they just want others to be informed of the policy so that they can make decisions for their own families.