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April 14, 2010

Cross-Dressing as Elementary School Education

Posted by The MaryHunter at April 14, 2010 7:15 AM

Only in America, from the tree-hugging, granola-crunching moonbats who comprise our twisted American educational system:

In a 16-page packet sent home with students, teacher Tonya Uibel alerted parents that all students in her third grade class would have to participate in the activity [a fashion show to honor Women's History Month], since it would be graded as an "end of unit" assignment. The packet also included suggestions of how students may dress, including fashions from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s like bellbottoms, poodle skirts and cheerleader outfits. Photographs of fashion icons like Twiggy and Madonna are also included.
"If your child is a young man, he does not have to wear a dress or skirt, as there are many time periods where women wore jeans, pants and trousers. However, each child must be able to express what time period their outfit is from. Most of all, your child should have fun creating their outfit and learning about how women's clothing has changed!"

Forcing pre-adolescent boys to wear women's clothing as a means to learn about history is perverted in the extreme. However, it certainly could open up new career opportunities for troubled young boys.

On a fishnet tip from Anonymous Countermoonbat.