Missouri School Accepts Grant to Offer 'Trans' Clothes for Students to Affirm Their Supposed Genders

Miguel Daez | July 13, 2022
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A non-profit LGBTQ+ organization has given a $10,000 grant to Missouri’s Columbia Public Schools Board of Education for the purpose of creating “gender-affirming closets.”

According to Breitbart, the grant was accepted on Monday and will be used to build an “actual closet” at Rock Bridge High School, although the majority of the money, $8,000, will be used to supply the wardrobe with gender affirming clothes to help confused students find themselves. 

Seems kind of pricey to come out of the closet nowadays, doesn’t it?

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Breitbart also noted:

It remains unclear if the closet will contain items such as chest binders for young women or tucking underwear for young men.

The school’s forthcoming “gender-affirming” closet comes as parents across the country continue to battle over parental rights in the education sector as woke, leftist ideologies and agendas infiltrate classrooms across the country and proponents attempt to keep parents in the dark.

The It Gets Better Project made the donation, and according to the group’s mission statement, the organization aims to “uplift, empower, and connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) youth around the globe.”

The establishment of this closet, which students will literally ‘come out of,’ serves as another example of gender grooming in schools that the left seems to constantly be promoting. With this wardrobe available, students could easily go to school in their regular clothes then change at school, flying under the radar of their parents and keeping them in the dark about their transition.


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