Obama Bullying His Way Right Into Children’s Bathrooms

May 10, 2016 by


“Obama Bullying His Way Right Into Children’s Bathrooms”

By Donna Garner



The following are excerpts from what I wrote way back on 10.27.10 when the “Dear Colleague” letter was first sent out by the USDOE to every K-16 private and public school in America.  Congress should have immediately acted, but they did not. Congress never voted on the extrapolated Title IX definition (i.e., gender identity).  Certainly the federal government has no right to bully its way past states’ rights: 


10.27.10 — “Bullying — an Agenda” – by Donna Garner


Excerpts from this article:


For some time, many of us have been warning America about Kevin Jennings who was Obama and Arne Duncan’s choice at the U. S. Department of Education for the position of Assistant Deputy Secretary for Safe and Drug-Free Schools.


Jennings is the founder of Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and was the director until 2008.  GLSEN is the organization that was responsible for transporting public school students during the school day (March 25, 2000) to a conference where they were taught about “fisting.”  (To find out what this disgusting term means, please go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fisting .)  GLSEN is also the organization behind the Day of Silence in the public schools.  


Kevin Jennings promotes homosexuality in K-12 and is doing so under the guise of the “bullying” curriculum that is permeating our public schools.  


…The Obama administration is deliberately taking the Title IX federal law and distorting the verbiage to include gender identity


Title IX does not include gender identity; it says that harassment based on race, color, national origin, sex, or disability violates the federal civil rights laws.  The Obama administration, however, has taken it upon themselves to include lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender under the word “sex.”


Now the Obama administration is threatening public school educators with the USDOE’s misinterpretation of the Title IX law and making educators fear prosecution unless they promote the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) lifestyle as normal.


Yes, all students should be taught to treat others with dignity; and bullying is a terrible problem.  But forcing students to accept a perverse lifestyle that leads students into sexually transmitted diseases and early death is not something that schools should be advocating.   


Tolerance is a good thing to teach students, but educators should not be intimidated into forcing students to accept perversity.




Dear Colleague Letter from USDOE on Oct. 26, 2010  — Notice particularly the section under “Gender-Based Harassment” — http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/letters/colleague-201010.pdf




Donna Garner


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    Krystal Hosmer

    “Transgender” and “Pedophile” do not mean the same thing.

    “Transgender” and “Rapist” also do not mean the same thing.

    Transgender means someone whose inner self does not match their outer anatomy. It does not mean violent, hate-filled or bigoted.

    If anyone is going to be attacked in a public restroom, the transgender person is the most likely victim because of cartoons and articles like this. True monsters are those who spread blind hate onto the “other.” You should be ashamed for putting your fear onto fellow Americans who just want to use the restroom in peace.

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    Reginald Sanghs

    This idea that being homosexual leads people into early death and STDs is a problem. All sexual relationships carry with them a certain amount of risk, sure, but the idea that some are more naturally inclined towards disease and death is a little out of date. The other idea here, the one for which you seem to be advocating, is that someone should live a life in the closet, unable to truly be happy with life due to living a lie, which to me is “perverse.”

    If school children are constricted because they are “too young” to know that they are not straight or their birth gender, that is bullying. That is telling them that who they are is wrong. That causes dramatic damage to a person that will take years to (hopefully) overcome.

    I get that life is different now, and it is scary for some; we continue to evolve to be more inclusive, to allow people to be themselves and contribute openly to our world. These notions of transgender people attacking others in bathrooms are insulting fear-mongering, and I believe that as people become more aware of what it is to be transgender, they will realize that these people need protection and love too.

    In the end, there is a reason that these ideas are associated with the anti-bullying movement, and it’s not because of devious political maneuvering. Telling someone that who they are is wrong is bullying.

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