The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will sponsor TransAction Day in schools across the nation Friday to promote transgenderism and "gender non-conforming" behavior.
For TransAction Day, GLSEN makes available workshops exploring the use of gender-neutral language and terminology. Students are instructed to use pronouns such as "zie" and "hir" instead of "he" or "she" and "his" or "hers." TransAction Day materials also discuss new definitions and concepts, like sexual reassignment surgery and what it means to be a drag queen.
In addition, students are encouraged to advocate for transgender issues in their schools and communities. They are urged to launch campaigns for gender-neutral or multi-gendered bathrooms, and are advised to challenge school policies, such as male-female couples at prom and gender-based colors for graduation gowns. They are also taught how to make their student clubs transgender inclusive...
The rest of Devon Williams' column for Focus on the Family is right here.