Ron DeSantis was not messing around when he signed legislation outlawing frank discussions of sex and gender with young schoolchildren.
A Florida teacher got canned this week for discussing her own ‘pansexual’ orientation with students, according to a report. Students in her middle school art class proceeded to draw pictures about their own sexual and gender orientation after being encouraged by Casey Scott to do so. As a result, she’s been fired from Trafalgar Middle School.
“A discussion happened in class, and because of that, now I’m fired,” she said.
A pansexual Florida middle school teacher was allegedly fired for discussing sexuality with her students. pic.twitter.com/gYIFWYsuDC
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) May 4, 2022
Oh, just “a discussion” happened in class? Do you mean a frank discussion about sex in which you tried to groom a class full of middle schoolers by disclosing your own sexual preferences?
Side note: What kind of person feels compelled to discuss their sexual orientation with actual children??
Scott told the students she identifies as pansexual, which means her attraction to others is not limited with respect to gender, sex, or sexual orientation, the report noted.
After the lesson, Scott said students created flags they said represented their gender identities and sexual orientations. The flags symbolized identities such as gay, transgender, and nonbinary, the report noted.
After her students made the flags, Scott posted them to the classroom door, according to the report, though administrators were quick to tell her to take the creations down, she said.
“They said it would be in the best interest if I got rid of them now,” Scott said.
The flags were removed and thrown away, but parents were angered and informed Lee County School District officials of their dissatisfaction, the report noted.
Some of the middle schoolers understood what was being discussed, but others were confused, district officials said.
Scott was not a member of the teachers union at the time and was working on a probationary basis. She was fired for not abiding by the district curriculum, officials said.
Days after Scott’s firing, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation banning the instruction of topics related to gender identity and sexual orientation for students in third grade and below.
This is the exact scenario Gov. DeSantis and supporters of his Parental Rights Bill warned against, and yet progressives see absolutely nothing wrong with it…
Author: Elizabeth Tierney
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