Skip to comments.Cross dresser shows up at middle school to fill in as a substitute (Vancouver, WA)
Posted on 10/28/2011 8:23:59 AM PDT by markomalley
Parents of some Vancouver sixth graders are worried about what to tell their kids after a male substitute teacher showed up at school this week in women's clothing.
The substitute teacher filled in at Wy'East Middle School on Wednesday, covering a humanities class.
Students said it was obvious that their substitute teacher was a man dressed in women's clothing and from what we understand, some of the kids had a hard time settling down because they were laughing and making jokes. Some were eventually pulled out of class.
The school and the Evergreen School District would not talk on camera but told us if the lesson plan is followed, they don't take issue with cross dressing. The exception would be if the outfit violated the dress code by being too short, too tight or low cut.
The substitute teacher has worked in the school district 19 days this school year at 13 different schools. He was given the chance to talk with us but declined.
>some of the kids had a hard time settling down because they were laughing and making jokes. <
Now that’s NORMAL behavior.
Home school. I am going to keep hitting my wife with these stories until she sees the light.
“Some if the kids... were eventually pulled out of class”.
So the kids react to a cross dresser and THEY are the ones pulled out of class?! The world is upside down!
Chaz Bono can’t make up his/her mind...but at least he/she is seeking proper employment.
“.. keep hitting my wife with these stories...”
SHE’LL hit you back, Grunthor! LOL!
I’m still on the sunny-side of 40, and there are times I truly do not recognize the world I live in anymore.
These cross dressers are just looking for a lawsuit so that they can retire early...
“Pulled out of class”. Taken away like the Roman Guards in Life of Brian for laughing as Pilot lisps about his friend Biggus Dickus.
She might. When is showed her the story about the MYC sex ed class she said that would lead to us homeschooling.
I see sensitivity training in the future for those kids....eh, probably for the whole school.
You got that right. “Dianne” worked here for a short time in the mid 90’s. Started every question with “I know you hate me, but”. Of course I wasn’t falling for it. One day he’s in the Ladies’ Room standing up in the stall taking a leak with the door half open. Scared the bleep out of the two young girls in Accounting. “Diane” left to find a more Gay friendly company after failing to goad anyone into saying anything actionable.
.. keep hitting my wife with these stories...
SHELL hit you back, Grunthor! LOL!
or she’ll wash your underwear with fiberglass drapes ,scratch on LOL
Teacher showing up wearing a cross on her dress = not tolerated
Chaz is playing the Victim Card for getting voted off a show she had no business being on in the first place.
“... sensitivity training”.
You are probably right... the kids were so “insensitive”. Future bullies and all of that! /s Personally, I think it is a natural reaction to laugh. It is odd to see a man dress as a woman (or visa versa).
My advice to the “teacher”.
If you cannot pull of the dress and matching heels with any sort of success as well as the voice and mannerisms, you end up looking like a like a freekin’ rodeo clown and it is better just to stop trying alltogether or only go out dressed like that to clubs where other rodeo clows hang out.
Well as long as he/she didn’t mention God.
I read about this in the local newspaper. That’s right, there is no mention of it on the Columbia.com website.
The paper claims they report the stories they think you need to know. There’s lots of stuff going on that they don’t think the people need to know.
Why is it suddenly okay to shove your problems on everyone else?
I understand that some people have mental issues and histories that lead them to lose their grip on reality and gender, but why does it have to be everyone’s problem? It is absurd that we pretend that the manifestations of mental illness aren’t just signs of insanity but are people showing their “true” selves.
Instead of letting those people deal with their issues, we’re supposed to accommodate them by pretending nothing is wrong and going out of the way to make them feel accepted. We pretend they don’t have a problem and in doing so make it our problem. Absurd.
I’m sure Mrs. Grunthor has a whole LIST of things she could get back at him. Itching powder in his drawers or scrub the toilet with his toothbrush. To be honest though.. Grunthor is a sweetheart!
Rodeo clowns serve a very important safety role.
[ >some of the kids had a hard time settling down because they were laughing and making jokes. <
Now thats NORMAL behavior. ]
Kids are Brutally Honest about what they see especially if they haven’t seen it before. They are also very NON-PC before a certain age.
My older brother went on a train trip in the early 70’s and growing up inthe mid west never saw an American of African origin and he called the man working on the train a “chocolate man”, this of course embarassed my parents, but thankfully the guy had a sense of humour about it and shrugged it off. In today’s twisted world they probably would have charged my already embarassed parents with a “hate crime”.
A teacher showing up cross-dressed = tolerated
Teacher showing up wearing a cross on her dress = not tolerated
Vancouver is getting what they wanted. The leftist paradises get changed and parents get upset. But hey, this is what you wanted!!
My mother did that once, accidentally, of course.
Good story. The world has changed. My friend just pointed out something a year ago. If you grab the 80’s comedy videos like Andrew Dice Clay or Eddie Murphy, they hit everyone from blacks, gays and AIDS, etc. You watch the comedy DVD’s from the past 20 years, it’s pc, and one-sided liberal.
[ A teacher showing up cross-dressed = tolerated
Teacher showing up wearing a cross on her dress = not tolerated ]
No kidding. I would have laughed. These kids were just waiting for their teacher to show up and a clown showed up. Its so bizarre why wouldn’t they laugh?
19 days in 13 different schools, the tax payer’s money at work. What the frack.
The guy smoked so sometimes he would come out and join us in the smoking area outside. On hot days, the several pounds of blush on his face that he used to cover his whiskers, would start to fade as rivulets of sweat poured down his face.
By the end of the day, his five o'clock shadow was quite noticeable.
An uproar ensued when he tried to use the women's bathroom. Corporate finally sent a company-wide email saying that you go to the bathroom that matches your plumbing. We were actually surprised that they stood their ground.
If this isn’t a signal to end public schools, I don’t know what is.
Isaiah 59 (Psalm for such a time as this)
Warnings against Sin
1 Listen! The Lords arm is not too weak to save you, nor is his ear too deaf to hear you call.
2 Its your sins that have cut you off from God. Because of your sins, he has turned away and will not listen anymore.
3 Your hands are the hands of murderers, and your fingers are filthy with sin. Your lips are full of lies, and your mouth spews corruption.
4 No one cares about being fair and honest. The peoples lawsuits are based on lies. They conceive evil deeds and then give birth to sin.
5 They hatch deadly snakes and weave spiders webs. Whoever falls into their webs will die, and theres danger even in getting near them.
6 Their webs cant be made into clothing, and nothing they do is productive. All their activity is filled with sin, and violence is their trademark.
7 Their feet run to do evil, and they rush to commit murder. They think only about sinning. Misery and destruction always follow them.
8 They dont know where to find peace or what it means to be just and good. They have mapped out crooked roads, and no one who follows them knows a moments peace.
9 So there is no justice among us, and we know nothing about right living. We look for light but find only darkness. We look for bright skies but walk in gloom.
10 We grope like the blind along a wall, feeling our way like people without eyes. Even at brightest noontime, we stumble as though it were dark. Among the living, we are like the dead.
11 We growl like hungry bears; we moan like mournful doves. We look for justice, but it never comes. We look for rescue, but it is far away from us.
12 For our sins are piled up before God and testify against us. Yes, we know what sinners we are.
13 We know we have rebelled and have denied the Lord. We have turned our backs on our God. We know how unfair and oppressive we have been, carefully planning our deceitful lies.
14 Our courts oppose the righteous, and justice is nowhere to be found. Truth stumbles in the streets, and honesty has been outlawed.
15 Yes, truth is gone, and anyone who renounces evil is attacked. The Lord looked and was displeased to find there was no justice.
16 He was amazed to see that no one intervened to help the oppressed. So he himself stepped in to save them with his strong arm, and his justice sustained him.
17 He put on righteousness as his body armor and placed the helmet of salvation on his head. He clothed himself with a robe of vengeance and wrapped himself in a cloak of divine passion.
18 He will repay his enemies for their evil deeds. His fury will fall on his foes. He will pay them back even to the ends of the earth.
19 In the west, people will respect the name of the Lord; in the east, they will glorify him. For he will come like a raging flood tide driven by the breath of the Lord.
20 The Redeemer will come to Jerusalem to buy back those in Israel who have turned from their sins, says the Lord.
21 And this is my covenant with them, says the Lord. My Spirit will not leave them, and neither will these words I have given you. They will be on your lips and on the lips of your children and your childrens children forever. I, the Lord, have spoken!
He’s a lumberjack and he’s OK...
cherish the diversity
When I was a young child, back in the 40’s, my grandmother was holding me on her lap while on the bus. A very black lady sat down next to us and I reached out, touched her face and then said, “It doesn’t come off.”
What gives me a glimmer... a smidgen of hope is the fact that there were kids that were pulled out of class. What the school would like is that NOT ONE child snicker or giggle. The school can have all the “sensitivity” stuff that they want... abnormal situations will elicit a response every time. (if it had been my kids.. all 3 would have been removed. Not a doubt in my mind)
“...covering a humanities class.”
Good thing it wasn’t a beastianities class. God only knows what might have shown up.
“TAKE HIM AWHAY!”
Was his name Roderick?
This state is so weird.
I grew up outside of Detroit. apparently when I was about 4 or 5 I pointed at a black man on the bus and said (loudly) “Mama, that mans nose is all over his face!”. My Mom said she was horrified and the black man laughed out loud.