Students take a stand in Hillsboro, Missouri

image Congratulations to the Students of Hillsboro, Missouri for taking a moral stand, and walking out of school after their sick fuck social-Marxists administrators/teachers {indoctrinators} tried to force a transgender freak on them. These kids have more balls than most of our men out there... and PTD salutes the young men and women of Hillsboro, Missouri. Excellent work! Hey you sick fuck commie teachers and administrators, we're not taking your shit anymore!!! Good luck getting paid with no kids in your school. You see folks, this is how we fight back, we don't whine and complain, we TAKE ACTION! I'm so proud of these kids, Great Job!!!

Over 150 Students Walk Out Of School To Protest Transgender Teen Using Girls’ Locker Room

HILLSBORO, Mo. (CBS St. Louis) – Over 150 Missouri high school students voiced their displeasure about a transgender teen using the girls’ locker room by walking out of class.

Students at Hillsboro High School staged a two-hour walkout Monday over 17-year-old Lila Perry, a student who has identified as a female since she was 13, using the girls’ locker room during gym class.

The school offered Perry a gender-neutral bathroom, which she turned down. St. Louis attorney Timm Schowalter says, “All students have a right, under Title 9, to access the bathroom of their choice.”

Family members of high school students were also holding a protest.

“Boys need to have their own locker room. Girls need to have their own locker room, and if somebody has mixed feelings where they are, they need to have their own also,” protester Jeff Childs told KMOV. Childs was holding a “Girls Rights Matter” sign.

Tammy Sorden, whose son goes to Hillsboro High School, believes it’s not right to give Lila special treatment “while the girls just have to suck it up.”

“The girls have rights, and they shouldn’t have to share a bathroom with a boy,” she told the Post-Dispatch.

Schowalter has worked with many corporations in gender equality and transgender issues. On KMOX Wednesday morning, the attorney was asked where he thought the situation would end up.

“It’s going to end up in court. And that’s where most of these issues are decided,” Schowalter says. “You have the administrative agencies – OSHA, EEOC, and the Department of Education clashing with the courts. Most of the times … the court, when the issue gets there, will not enforce those guidelines.”

Lila has dropped out of gym class for safety concerns, but she still plans on using the girl’s bathroom. SOURCE

4 Comments on Students take a stand in Hillsboro, Missouri

  1. “Boys need to have their own locker room. Girls need to have their own locker room, and if somebody has mixed feelings where they are, they need to have their own also,”

    Basically retards have to take the short bus. Not the end of the world.

    “It’s going to end up in court. And that’s where most of these issues are decided,” Schowalter says. “You have the administrative agencies – OSHA, EEOC, and the Department of Education clashing with the courts. Most of the times … the court, when the issue gets there, will not enforce those guidelines.”

    Jeezuss. This fantastic waste of time, money and energy to placate some lunatic that basically wants to be ‘purple’. “I think I am purple on the inside. Everybody call me purple”.

    “Lila has dropped out of gym class for safety concerns, but she still plans on using the girl’s bathroom.”

    Shocking. Huge surprise there. You are not special. You are rare. Your kind of rare is similar to people that think they are Jesus. That think they are Superman. It is not our problem to feed you encouragement in your delusions.

    I guarentee this purple fucker kills HIMself in five years. It will be our fault. Sure.

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  2. These things should just be locked away from society. Great to see some kids standing up to this shit.

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  3. “It’s going to end up in court. And that’s where most of these issues are decided,” – exactly where we are losing guys,
    U.S. Courts of Appeals (Circuit Courts)
    What Are the U.S. Courts of Appeals?

    The U.S. Courts of Appeals, also called federal circuit courts, hear cases that have been appealed from federal district courts, as well as appeals of decisions of federal agencies.

    While the Supreme Court typically hears fewer than 100 cases a year, the federal courts below the Supreme Court decide tens of thousands of cases a year. In effect, many lower court rulings are the final word on our rights, making the selection of these judges “who are appointed for life” extremely important to all.

    There are 13 judicial circuits, each of which contains a court of appeals. All except one are based on geographic regions of the country.

    In the Cherokee Indians case, Worcester v. Georgia (1832), Marshall infuriated Jackson by insisting that Georgia laws that purported to seize Cherokee lands on which gold had been found violated federal treaties. Jackson is famous for having responded: “John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it.”

    Think about that, if white men hide in the hills giving way state and local control to jews/bolshevist/liberals/anti-whites/non-whites, giving away all YOUR power and YOUR resources into THEIR hands to ENFORCE. If that is your response, then the only thing left to do is shave your head, get tattooed, and cry yourself to sleep with Mein Kampf as your pillow (I am damn sure, that wasn’t Uncle Adolph’s purpose for writing the damn thing).

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