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The Mad, Mad World of Gender Fluidity

Larry is a 14 year-old boy sitting in his second period math class, feeling a little confused. Math has a way of doing that to some people, but math isn’t the source of Larry’s confusion. By the end of the class, Larry has mastered his geometry lesson, and has also decided he is now Mary thanks to last week’s lesson in Gender Fluidity.

‘Mary’ is now headed to the next class on ‘her’ schedule, PE. Since ‘Mary’ is feeling rather girlish, she grabs her gym bag and heads into the girl’s locker room to change along with a few dozen other students who are not at all confused about their gender. You see, although ‘Mary’ is physically a boy, because this morning she identifies as a girl she isn’t comfortable changing clothes and showering in front of boys.

The gym teacher sees all of this and says nothing because of the school’s new policy on gender acceptance. The other girls see all of this and as ‘Mary’ gets undressed are now not confused at all about the fact that ‘Mary’ is Larry, and they are quite uncomfortable changing clothes and showering in front of a boy. That doesn’t matter though, because the school’s policy is to protect the modesty of the transgender student at the expense of the modesty of everyone else and if they protest they will be labeled as being intolerant and guilty of using hate speech.

Welcome to the mad, mad world of political correctness gone wild in the Fairfax County Virginia school system; a place where it is illegal for Larry to have a naked photo of a 14 year-old girl on his phone, but it is perfectly okay for him to strip down and jump in the shower with a room full of them. Of course, all of this raises an important issue – if the other boys in Larry’s class get confused as well, is the girl’s shower big enough to accommodate all of them?

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About James P Willis

James P Willis lives with his family in Blacksburg, Virginia. He is a Cold War submarine veteran, political activist, and retired industrial mechanic. James is currently an Editor / Contributor for NewsNinja2012, a freelance writer, and his blog can be found at

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