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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Does the NBA Reject the Use of "Boys" and "Girls"?

It seems the city of Charlotte, North Carolina is determined to embrace every latest and "greatest" extreme of the perverse homosexual agenda. After the Charlotte City Council decided to allow men into women's restrooms, the looney liberals  in charge of the Charlotte public school system have now recommended that teachers use "gender-neutral" terms instead of "boys" and "girls" when referring to students. 

Among other things, teachers were instructed that:
Students are permitted to participate in gender-based activities consistent with their gender identity.
– Dress codes
– Single gender classes
– Classroom structure/management
– School ceremonies
– School photos
– Extracurricular activities– Overnight field trips
In order to get across this information, Charlotte education officials used--of course--a purple unicorn. What better symbol for those who have abandoned so much of reality? The unicorn looks like the deranged love-child of Barney the dinosaur and a rhinoceros.

As another has described this purple freak, "It’s truly the stuff of nightmares. The weird, drug induced nightmares of a mentally deranged pedophile." (Maybe the pedophile who helped get Charlotte's initial bathroom ordinance passed?) None of this information is new. The purple unicorn has been (rightly) derided in the media for a week now. But remember, we are talking about the city that the NBA and other foolish corporate/entertainment elites ran to defend after the sensible politicians in the North Carolina legislature reversed the Charlotte City Council.

As the NBA pulled the All-Star Game from Charlotte, their spokesman declared, "We have been guided...by the long-standing core values of our league. These include not only diversity, inclusion, fairness and respect for others but also the willingness to listen and consider opposing points of view." I wonder if the NBA's "core values" include distinguishing between boys and girls. Perhaps they need to revisit the idea of the NBA and the WNBA (which stands for "Women's National Basketball Association")?

Trevor Thomas

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