The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP) hosted the online session, which was funded by the Department of Education and attended by about 30 teachers, primarily women, from the states of Michigan, Iowa, Ohio, and Illinois. For four hours, they focused on things like gender pronouns; boys playing on girls' sports teams; boys urinating and defecating in girls' restrooms, and transgender mutilation.
While some of the teachers confessed to obeying the rules in their respective states, instead choosing to focus on delivering an actual education to their students, others harped on and on about how they are so angry at LGBT topics being banned that they have now begun to engage in "subversive" programming.
Several of the women said that their personal "code of ethics" trumps state laws that prohibit LGBT grooming, which is thus why they are choosing to break the law. They also discussed how to "hide" their transgender students' "new" name and gender from their disapproving parents.
(Related: Earlier in the month, failing cable fake news corporation MSNBC ran a hit piece on parents who want to protect children from LGBT grooming.)
Two of the women who admitted to breaking the law during the online call are Kimberly Martin, a teacher in Michigan, and Jennifer Haglund, a teacher in Iowa. Both of these women told the other women that they are choosing to break the law on matters such as transgenderism, which they both support.
Angel Nathan, the MAP specialist who hosted the session, said that all attendees would review the newly passed laws in Midwest states to "remedy the marginalizing effects and disrupt problematic policies." In other words, they are planning to conspire on ways to flout the law subversively to try to avoid detection by law enforcement.
Not only teachers but also administrators, counselors, and principals participated in the call. Many of them spoke about transgender students and their families "in a way that would alarm many parents," to quote one media source that covered the call.
Martin, who works as the DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) coordinator at Royal Oak Schools in Greater Detroit, spoke specifically about how she helps her transgender students keep their gender change a secret from their families. Royal Oak Schools serves about 5,000 K-12 students in Michigan.
"We're working with our record-keeping system so that certain screens can't be seen by the parents ... if there's a nickname in there we're trying to hide," Martin revealed about the devious ways that she flouts Michigan state law while overriding parental authority and consent.
Haglund, a counselor for Ames Community Schools in Iowa, which similarly serves about 5,000 K-12 students, complained during the call that Gov. Kim Reynolds, a Republican, signed a law back in March that bans boys from competing on girls' sports teams.
"I know that I have my own right code of ethics, and that doesn't always go along with the law," Haglund admitted, further bragging that she organizes her "own activism" by taking part in protest marches.
An Ohio-based trans educator named Shea Martin, who writes a "socialist, feminist, and anti-racist" blog, told the online forum that she works really hard against "laws that prohibit or restrict trans advocacy."
"I think that requires working subversively and quietly sometimes to make sure that trans kids have what they need," she revealed.
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