Alabama loves it's culture, it's tradition, and it's heritage. It doesn't matter if you're skin is yellow, brown, black, or white.
People of every background, who grew up in the South, respect American History, and American Veterans, including (especially) those on the Confederate side.
That's why when we see our beloved monuments and flags both Confederate and Rebel (there is a difference, Yankees) being attacked we become highly offensive.
Recent attempts by cultural marxist indoctrinated social justice warriors however have tried to have our history erased and our memoirs pushed into the closet as if they never existed.
Meanwhile those same deranged individuals have came out of the closet, and tried to push their mental illnesses onto our children.
We say no sir, no ma'am (there are only two sexes folks, lemme tell ya) you will not be able to make us accept your idolatry.
I don't care if you're a homosexual, transexual, or whatever you identify as. To each their own. What you do in your home is your business.
However, if my flag offends you, your flag absolutely fucking infuriates me. There, I said it.
We can both violently lash out and suggest that what works one ways, will work both ways. Equality am I right?
That's why a group of students and parents from an Auburn High School are fighting back in the endless culture war, and you should too, regardless of your views.
Don't be afraid of political correctness anymore. Don't let the chains of social justice bind you.
The individuals have started a Change.org petition to remove the LGBT Flag from classrooms using the same argument as that used by the marxist left against the Rebel Flag.
It's brilliant, and that's an <i>understatement</i>.
The petition reads as follows:
<blockquote>The following signers of this petition ask that the Pride Flag flown in Mrs. Yeager’s classroom be removed as we strongly feel that it creates a hostile and provocative learning environment for students not comfortable to openly supporting the LGBTQ+ community in a public school where students come from diverse political and religious backgrounds. Furthermore, we believe it is unprofessional and distracting for a teacher to be so openly displaying their political views in an unbiased and socially neutral public setting. While the signers of this petition do not feel it is an issue for Mrs. Yeager to support the LGBTQ+ community, we do feel it creates a less than ideal learning environment when a teacher subjects their students to their personal political views in a public school system.</blockquote>
<blockquote>The signers of this petition feel that the flying of the Pride Flag can create a hostile and uncomfortable learning environment for students who come from families that do not support the LGBTQ+ community. Auburn City Schools clearly promotes quality of education and empowerment of the individual to reach his or her full potential. However, subjecting or explicitly exposing students from diverse political backgrounds to political views differing from theirs can make students uncomfortable and distract them from learning the material assigned to them, preventing them from reaching their full potential.</blockquote>
<blockquote>In addition, we would argue that it is unprofessional for a teacher to so openly express and subject students to his or her personal political views. Seeing as how it is Auburn City Schools mission to educate students to their furthest potential, we feel like an expression of such polarizing views is a detriment to the overall learning environment of that class as it alienates students with differing political viewpoints. We also feel it is inappropriate for a public school system to allow teachers to explicitly express clearly biased political viewpoints in a supposedly unbiased and politically neutral school system. We feel that an expression of these views only drives a wedge between students with differing viewpoints and can alienate students with unpopular political and/or religious views from the popular majority in the class, further deteriorating the classroom and learning environment.</blockquote>
<blockquote>In closing, the signers of this petition would like for you to consider the uproar and chaos that would ensue were a teacher to hang for example a Confederate, Christian, or Heterosexual Flag in their classroom. There would likely be protests, emails from teachers, and threatening of lawsuits from parents with differing viewpoints. As such, one does not see teachers hanging these flags in classrooms due to the same argument that it is unprofessional and can create a hostile and unideal learning environment. Taking this and our before mentioned reasons into consideration, the signers of this petition ask that the Pride Flag be removed from Auburn High School in order to preserve a welcoming, beneficial, and unbiased learning environment for students from all political backgrounds attending Auburn High School.</blockquote>
The petition was started originally by Andrew Monk and is being directed at Principal Shannon Pignato, by comparing the Pride flag to the Confederate flag, and they're correct.
As of now around 800 people have signed the petition. It's only going to grow as the culture war clash continues, and this similar fight is brought up on campuses around the country.
What a time to be alive, as we essentially fight for liberty and justice for all.
That flag offends me, and my family, and it has to go. Bottom line. You cannot have your cake, and eat it too liberals.
Sign the petition.
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