Episode 855 – Just Keep Your Hands to Yourself!

Trans people just can’t seem to keep their hands off of people.

The death of women’s sports continues.

And a teacher is unjustly fired because she has a special place in her heart for pedophiles.

They Waited

According to the Daily Wire:

A high school girls basketball game ended in a forfeit at halftime after three girls suffered injuries in a match-up against a team that reportedly includes a male player who is six-feet tall and has facial hair.

The coach of a Massachusetts high school team, Collegiate Charter School of Lowell, ended the game early against KIPP Academy after numerous injuries, a press release from the charter school says, alluding to the school’s commitment to “inclusivity and safety.”

“The bench was already depleted going into the game with the 12-player roster having four players unable to play,” the press release reads. “When the coach saw three more girls go down in the first half leaving him with five players, he made the call to end the game early.”

“Once the third was injured, the remaining five expressed concern to him about continuing to play,” it continues. “The players feared getting injured and not being able to compete in the playoffs.”

The school added that it supports the coach’s decision to call the game, notably emphasizing its commitment to “inclusivity” and “equity.”

“The Charter School supports this decision and reiterates its values of both inclusivity and safety for all students,” the release adds. “We take the standards set by the MIAA and our Board of Trustees seriously and strive to uphold them on and off the court. We also follow the guidance from the MIAA and state laws regarding equity and access for all student-athletes.”


That Wasn’t All

According to the Post Millennial:

A trans-identifying male New Jersey collegiate swimmer has set another school record in women’s swimming.

On February 16, Ramapo College of New Jersey Athletics posted to Instagram that Meghan Cortez-Fields set a new school record in the 200m individual medley with a time of 2:08.20 at the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championships.

Despite the school record, Cortez-Fields placed 5th in the finals. 

Male swimmer from Ramapo College sets another school record in women’s event,” Riley Gaines, a former University of Kentucky swimmer, wrote on X. 

“Now tell me again the strides women have made when society applauds a man for pushing us off our own podium. Title IX literally means nothing at this point.”

Cortez-Fields broke another women’s school record back in November. At a meet in Pennsylvania, Cortez-Fields swam the women’s 100-yard butterfly with a program record of 57.22 seconds.

This is the transgender athlete’s first year competing in the female division.

In 2022, The Ramapo News highlighted how Cortez, who identified as a woman at that point, applied athletic tape over his nipples because NCAA rules prohibit male swimmers from wearing swimsuits that extend above the waist or below the knees. 

“I choose to tape my breasts because I feel it is very uncomfortable and kind of dehumanizing to swim without a top,” Cortez said.

Cortez was allowed to use the general women’s locker room, but not the women’s team locker room.


F- His Pronouns!

According to Fox News:

transgender inmate serving a 55-year sentence for strangling his 11-month-old stepdaughter to death filed a civil lawsuit against the prison chaplain for allegedly prohibiting him from wearing a hijab outside his immediate bed quarters, despite identifying as a Muslim woman. 

Autumn Cordellionè, also known as Jonathan C. Richardson, is currently serving out his sentence at the Branchville Correctional Facility, an Indiana Department of Correction state prison for men. 

According to the lawsuit filed Nov. 30 and obtained by Fox News Digital, a prison chaplain told Richardson the hijab was not allowed to be worn outside his immediate bed area. Richardson is seeking $150,000 in damages and the ability to wear the hijab “anywhere I go within the facility.”

“I informed him that I wear the hajib [sic] in order to cover my head and ears for modesty purposes, as I am an Islamic practicing transwoman,” Richardson said in the lawsuit. 

The chaplain then proceeded to inform Richardson that his listed religious preference is “Wiccan,” a pagan Earth-centered religion with a male god and moon goddess, “and I responded that I am an eclectic practitioner who is a member of the Theosophical Society in America,” Richardson alleged in the complaint. 

“I practice a diversity of faiths in order to custom tailor my spiritual beliefs to my spiritual needs,” Richardson said in the lawsuit. 

Richardson claimed his 14th amendment, or equal protection clause, was violated by the chaplain’s alleged refusal to let him wear the hijab. 

“Male Islamic practitioners are allowed to wear their kufis across the facility, and are not restricted to their bed areas only,” the complaint stated. 

He further alleged the chaplain violated his Eighth Amendment rights against cruel and unusual punishment and claimed he was subject to “harassment and ridicule” by other Muslim prisoners.

“He should be aware, as Chaplain, the stigma and shame that is attributed to Islamic women when they go uncovered and without a hijab [sic],” Richardson wrote in the complaint. “Women are viewed as whores, tempters of men, and adulterators; by Islamic society both in and out of prison. I have been shunned, made a social pariah, and amongst my own religious community.”


In First Grade?

According to the Post Millennial:

An Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has ruled that a six-year-old girl was not discriminated against when her teacher told her “there’s no such thing as boys and girls.”

The complaint was brought before the Ontario Human Rights Commission in March this year by the girl’s mother Pamela Buffone, who felt the statement, as well as several other lessons on the topic of gender, undermined her daughter’s sense of self as a girl and a member of the female sex.

But adjudicator Eva Nicholls dismissed the application, finding that there was no direct evidence that the girl, referred to as N.B, was harmed by the lessons.

“I find that N.B.’s Code protected rights were not breached by the respondent’s actions. She did not face the alleged discrimination, i.e., adverse impact, on the grounds of sex and gender identity.”

The incidents which led to this case occurred in 2018, when N.B’s teacher introduced her Grade 1 class to the concept of gender identities. She was prompted to do so because she had witnessed bullying and teasing of a gender-nonconforming student.

In a series of lessons which fall outside the official Grade 1 curriculum but are approved by the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) as teachable moments, she read the book My Princess Boy, showed a video about pronouns called HE, SHE, and THEY, and made the statement: “There’s no such thing as boys and girls”. 

With regards to this statement, she testified that she had misspoken and later apologized to the class; however, it transpired during the tribunal that this apology took the form of drawing a gender spectrum on the whiteboard, with a boy at one end and a girl at the other, and all the other possibilities in between. 

“A girl can go to school knowing she’s a girl,” Buffone told The Post Millennial, expressing disappointment in the decision, “and come home unsure of who she is because schools are meddling with children’s identities by completely disregarding biological reality as a relevant and important personal characteristic – now with the full support of the HRTO.”

Buffone’s lawyer, Lisa Bildy said she was disappointed but not surprised by the decision. “Quite frankly, there is an irreconcilable clash of worldviews in our society right now, and that is reflected in the ruling.”

“Respecting the inherent human dignity of gender-diverse people, through inclusion and acceptance, is a very different goal than inculcating all children into thinking that their sex is a fiction or that they must have a gender identity,” Bildy said.


She Should Have Been Fired

According to the Post Millennial:

A Texas teacher has been fired after a video emerged on Tiktok in which she appears to be defending pedophilia, according to The Daily Mail.

Here’s the clip:

The article continues:

But not everyone agrees with the board’s decision. Some students are defending Parker saying that her words were taken out of context.

Ryann Ruvalcaba, a student at the school, told Fox17, “She [teacher] was expressing how it was ridiculous how we [society] might not be able to call people pedophiles. That we [society] will probably have to start calling them MAPs because it can be offensive to them [pedophiles]. The class agreed.”

Another person who initially defended Parker was board trustee Daniel Call, who said in a Facebook post that he didn’t think Parker was promoting or normalizing pedophilia, but instead pretending to advocate a position to challenge her students and prepare them to read the book, The Crucible, according to KFOX14.

However, after the investigation, he has since changed his stance and voted in favor of Parker’s termination, stating, “Any reasonable person that heard what the seven trustees heard would’ve voted to terminate Amber Parker.”

Jason Parker, Amber Parker’s husband, replied to Call’s Facebook post thanking him and saying, 

“I happen to be the husband of the teacher in question. I can tell you that we were shaken to the core about these accusations. It is both scary and disturbing that an edited 18 second clip could destroy a 30 year career when taken completely out of context.

“She is exemplary as a teacher and truly cares about the students. Needless to say we have spent many sleepless nights because of this cruel release to social media of the 18 seconds. We pray that you and the rest of the board will see this for what it is and not allow and edited video destroy an innocent woman, her career and her family in the process.”

Parker will have the ability to appeal the decision.


This Is Already Happening

According to the Post Millennial:

A Catholic couple in Indiana is appealing to the Supreme Court after their son was removed from their home over their refusal to use cross-sex pronouns for him. They intend to urge the U.S. Supreme Court to stop states from obliterating parents’ rights in the name of gender ideology.

“We are hopeful that the Justices will take our case and protect other parents from having to endure the nightmare we did,” the parents said. The child was kept in the foster care system until he aged out. Legislation of the type that was used against these parents is on the books in many states, with proposals in others.

Mary and Jeremy Cox are represented in the case by Becket Law, which stated that “On February 15, 2024, Becket and Hershberger Law Office filed a reply brief at the Supreme Court on behalf of the parents, asking the Justices to strike down the Indiana court rulings and protect the right of all parents to raise their children consistent with their religious beliefs.”

Indiana began investigating the Coxes in 2021, and found that the parents did not “affirm” their son’s false belief that he was female, and removed the boy from their care—never returning him. Instead, the state placed him in a home with people who called him by the wrong pronouns. The parents were also prevented from talking to their son about God or human sexuality during their visits. The courts allowed the state to remove the child from his parents’ home over this disagreement on the nature of biological sex. 


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