The unreality of some of the politically correct agendas running around the country without caretakers has reached new heights in recent years.
He’s a boy but identifies as a girl, so proper grammar is “she.” She actually has “multiple genders” so it’s “they,” even thought “she” is an individual. And don’t even ask about race, or nationality.
But now there’s a new definition for unreal, found in a report in which a substitute teacher claims to have been refused further work for not meowing at a student.
It comes from a Tiktok video, where, according to a PostMillennial report, the teacher was told, after failing to meow, by school officials, “We no longer need your services if you can’t identify with all the children in the classroom.”
The report explains the woman was working as a substitute, and said she had to “rant” for a minute.
“I’m a sub, and the most important we do is take roll, so the school gets paid. So, I’m looking at the seating chart as I’m going up and down the rows and marking who’s here and who’s not,” said the women who posted the video, who uses the screen name @crazynamebridgetmichael.
She’s posted several videos in school settings.
On her most recent venture into a classroom, she described, “I get to the third row and I hear this ‘meow!’ Uhhh, excuse me? Excuse me?”
She continues, “I start looking on the ground, through the fourth row—everything’s good. Go to the fifth row—everybody’s there. Then I hear ‘meow!’ I’m like, ‘Okay, what’s up with that? Who’s doing it?’ And this little girl in the very front row says, ‘You have to meow back at him; he identifies as a cat.’ Are you kidding me?”
She explains she indulged in a little sarcasm, asking “Is there a litter box in here somewhere?”
“I probably should not have said that,” she explained. But the student, “gets up and he storms out of the classroom, and I’m like, ‘Ruff!’ Of course, the entire class is laughing. I think, ‘Oh, no problem, no foul.’ I go to the office—Are you ready for this?—to check out. They said, ‘We no longer need your services if you can’t identify with all the children in the classroom.'”
PJMedia also reported the claims, pointing out that the substitute’s response to the school was, “I didn’t know cats were considered people. I thought they were pets.”
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