A concerned parent in Michigan recently gave public comment to her child’s school board to expose the sick agenda being pushed on children.
The mother told the board that she had heard that kids identified as furries, or anthropomorphic animals. Now, she has heard that schools are accommodating trans-species students with litterboxes in the bathroom.
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The concerned parent shared:
The agenda that is being pushed through our schools is just my opinion but somewhat nefarious when it comes to some of the activities. So let’s talk about furries. It was addressed by a child a couple of months ago that they are put in an environment where there are kids that are that identify as a furry, a cat or a dog, whatever. And so yesterday, I heard that at least one of our schools in our town has, in one of the unisex bathrooms, a litter box for the kids that identify as cats. And I am really disturbed by that. And I will do some more investigation on that. I know it’s going on nationwide. I know it is. It’s part of the agenda that’s being pushed. I don’t even want to understand it. But I think that people need to be aware of it because I am really upset as a parent that my child is put in an environment like that. And you know, I’m all for creativity and imagination. But when someone lives in a fantasy world and expects other people to go along with it, I have a problem with that. So I’m just putting that out there. I will investigate more
The Superintendent of Midland Public Schools, Michael Sharrow, sent a message to the school district saying, “there is no truth whatsoever to this false statement/accusation!”.
He appeared to encourage parents to report on other parents who raise these types of concerns. Sharrow continued, “In this divisive/contentious world in which we currently find ourselves, I ask that if you hear wild accusations that don’t sound like something in which your Midland Public Schools Board of Education, Administration, District would be part of, take a moment to send an MPSConnect message to me.”