According to reports, Arlington Public Schools (APS) has implemented a new 'policy implementation procedure,' or PIP, this year that covers topics like "preferred pronouns" for "gender-nonconforming" students, as well as the use of "gender-neutral" sports uniforms.
In compliance with the demands of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the Arlington Gender Identity Allies (AGIA), two pro-LGBTQ activist groups, APS wants to make its schools as LGBTQ-friendly as possible, which means reworking the bathrooms and locker rooms, and rejecting the notion of there being only two genders.
"A year in the making, the PIP was introduced by Assistant Superintendent Dr. Tara Nattress," reported the Spartan Newsroom, announcing the changes.
"The PIP will include updates to facilities including gender-neutral bathrooms and locker rooms as well as a non-gender-specific dress code and preferred pronoun additions to student files."
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Details from the PIP report itself reveal that APS is aiming to eliminate the idea of gender entirely from its schools. Students who attend will now be allowed to self-identify as any gender they wish, and proceed to use any of the facilities, or engage in any extracurricular activities or sports, that they want.
"Access to facilities that correspond to a student's gender identity will be available to all students," the report explains. "Single user, gender-neutral facilities will be made available to all users who seek privacy."
"Student may participate in any co-curricular or extra-curricular activity consistent with their gender identity. Athletic participation regulated by the Virginia High School League (VHSL) and the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association (VSRA), as well as Middle School athletes, shall be in compliance with the rules outlined by that organization," it goes on to reveal.
As for varsity sports, there will similarly no longer be any gender differentiation when it comes to who can participate. As the report proudly outlines, students "wishing to participate on a team opposite their biological sex can apply for approval."
Not surprisingly, a number of parents have come forward to express opposition to the changes. One mother, Maria Keffler, who also co-founded a group known as the Arlington Parent Coalition, told Spartan Newsroom that she has concerns about what amounts to mental illness being officially sanctioned as normal.
"Our primary arguments have always concerned parents' rights and girls' protections," Keffler is quoted as saying.
"In the general population of students who do not express gender dysphoria, these new policies obliterate their right to privacy from opposite-sex people seeing them undressed – and vice versa – in bathrooms, locker rooms, and changing areas."
Keffler is also concerned about how the changes might affect Title IX protections specifically for female athletes. As we have been reporting, female athletes are among the most disenfranchised when it comes to the impact of this transgender push, which allows biological males to compete against biological females at an unfair advantage.
Other changes at APS include the addition of transgender children's books to school curriculum, the creation of new resources – taxpayer-funded, of course – to support transgender and "non-binary" students, and an annual event to be held in honor of "Jazz," a transgender girl, which will fulfill the LGBTQ agenda of exposing students to more transgenderism.
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