Megyn Kelly says she yanked her kids out of a top all-boys school after teachers asked them WEEKLY if they were “still sure" that "they were boys”

Sep 8th

The woke train is now at full steam and it's this close to hurtling us all off a cliff:

Before continuing, stop a moment and consider how insane this story is. Maybe put down your phone or computer for a moment and go and get a snack so you have the brain power required to comprehend this literal madness.

Kelly made the comments in an interview with Outkick reporter Bobby Burack where they were discussing how American media and culture has shifted.

Here's part of that convo:

Burack: Not only are schools questioning students' genders, but some of these viral sex-ed courses appear to almost pressure students to admit something they don't believe.

These videos, in essence, ask, "Are you sure you're straight? Are you sure you're not actually a girl living in a male's body?" It's closer to persuasion than education.

Kelly. Oh, you are so right. In my son's school — the one we left because of these agendas — they asked the boys, one of the best all-boys schools in the country, whether they were "still sure" they were boys. Are they "still sure"? They asked them that weekly. Weekly, as if they had changed their minds.

And none of that was disclosed to the parents. It's one of those things you find out when your kids come home after the fact. It's outrageous, it's confusing, and 100%, abusive.

And if we don't have parents with microphones standing up against it, then we surrender and are complicit in it. That would make us to blame.

Again, this is insane.

Imagine being one of those little boy. You know intuitively that boys and girls are different and that those two biological genders are the only that exist.

Every week, your woke teachers lean over you, asking you OVER AND OVER if you're still a boy. You begin to wonder why they are asking you this. You might even sense that the only way to get their love and approval is by saying you're not a boy.

Eventually, what happens to those little kids? Do they hold out, or do they admit that 2+2=5 and profess faith in the new religion?

Kelly went on to say that regular people have to stand up, because the consequences of letting this continue unchecked are huge (like, society-ending).

So unless sane people push back against this to say that is not allyship, that's insanity, it will go on. This is actually creating mental health problems in perfectly fine kids. And again, if you do nothing, you're complicit in it.

For those who won't get fired for saying this, or are not worried about terrible things said about them in the paper because they show up at the school board meeting, they must, MUST say something about all of this.

We are in the midst of a very consequential culture war.

Kelly also called out corporate America for promoting this nonsense and empowering the educators who want to brainwash kids in the woke cult.

The only reason people are doing what you are saying — and they are — is because they're weak. They don't have the stones to stand up against it. And I think then they deserve what they get. I believe in the law of natural consequences. If they are afraid to stand up against it, they will have a racially-divided company, one of only BIPOC transgender people to the exclusion of everyone else. If there's no more meritocracy of any kind, well, good luck. Let's see how that works.

I think we all know how that works.

Speak up. Protect our kids!


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