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It’s been announced that schools in Charlotte will no longer be using the terms “boy” and “girl.” They’ve adopted a new gender fluid policy that allows students to be whatever gender they prefer. Boys will even be allowed to attend all-girl overnight trips, so long as they identify as girls for the duration.

To alleviate any confusion, the school system has also introduced something called a “gender unicorn,” which is a mascot invented by the LGBT lobby to explain gender and sexuality to kids. No, I’m not making this up. A gender unicorn. Seriously.

This, of course, is just the latest bit of LGBT insanity to come out of our nation’s public schools. And it’s too much, I think. If there is ever going to be a last straw, this “transgender” lunacy must be it. How can we send our children into an environment where radical left wing gender theory has been adopted as a standard and mandatory program? How can we expect our kids to endure 12 years of this madness and emerge normal and healthy at the end of it all?

I am among a whole crop of new parents with very young kids, and we are all quickly trying to decide where our children will begin their educational journeys. At this point, I don’t see how we can choose public school. At least I know that I certainly cannot: