WATCH: First-Grade Teacher Makes All Conservative Mom's Nightmares Come True

Conservative mothers are rightfully fearful of what kind of nonsense leftist teachers are going to push on their children. A classroom video has been released that will not do anything to put these mothers at ease.

A Boston-area first grade teacher, who happens to be a biological woman who thinks he is a man, told kindergarten, first grade and second grade students “I’m going to start by turning it over to you and having you share with us your ‘I am’ statements and what you like most about who you are.”

“So something that’s really cool and unique about who I am is that I am transgender. … When babies are born, the doctor looks and they make a guess on whether the baby is a boy or girl based on what they look like.”

Then the assistant principal stepped in. She had to be the voice of reason, right? Wrong.

Brooke Roslindale School assistant principal Sarah Hammond said, “Remember: Your job during the Identity Share is to be listening really carefully so that you can learn something new about Mr. Skyer. We’re running a little low on time so I don’t think we’ll have questions but you can always ask questions to Mr. Skyer questions when you have a chance to see him later. So Mr. Skyer, I’m going to start by turning it over to you and having you share with us your ‘I am’ statements and what you like most about who you are.”

You have to see it to believe it:

Additional to the video, which was shared on Facebook, Mr. Skyer said:

Whenever there are bills introduced targeting trans youth, we always hear the argument that these laws are “protecting” their peers and “preventing confusion.” At this point, I’ve had many conversations with many young children (I’m a 1st grade teacher) about what being transgender is and never once have I been met with any fear or confusion. I’ve even been the recipient of a group hug! Children just get it, it’s as simple as that.

This is a video from an Identity Share I did yesterday over Zoom with many of our kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students. When I opened up my classroom’s Zoom room immediately after, here are some things my students said:

“Great job, Mr. Skyer!”

“I think my family is a lot like yours!”

“How did you grow a beard?” (My answer was just that I grew up!)

“Where are you in those pictures?”

“Your brother is taller than you AND has a bigger beard!” (Thanks, friend.)

“Who is the homework leader for today??”

Learning about and embracing differences is something that comes naturally and is exciting to children. Let’s follow their lead.

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Unbelievable. Homeschooling is looking like a more attractive option by the day.