Tranny Wants to Teach Kindergartners Something Sick

Danica Roem, a Democrat running opposite of Republican Rep. Bob Marshall for Virginia state legislator, made controversial statements in September regarding the education of youth on the topic of transgender people.

Roem, who now dresses as a woman after changing his legal sex from male to female, supports teaching kindergartners about transgender people.

The Larry O’Connor Show on WMAL featured Roem as a guest. During the radio broadcast, O’Connor asked Roem: “If somebody says that a kindergarten classroom should include gender identity discussions, would you support that?”

Roem responded with a series of questions.

“Is it age-appropriate? What is the way that it is being taught?” Roem asked. “Do you have real people who are coming into class to talk about it? There’s a lot of nuance that goes into it.”

Technical difficulties resulted in Roem’s audio being interrupted for a moment, prompting O’Connor to sum up Roem’s opinion.

“It sounds like, yes, if it’s done correctly you would support transgender curriculum in the kindergarten,” said O’Connor.

“That’s such a BS question,” Roem responded. “That’s not what I said.”

Roem elaborated further on his position.

“Are you talking about someone’s anatomy, or are you talking about ‘Hi, this is someone who is five years old, this person is transgender,’ and then we just explain ‘This is what that means,’ and that’s it,” Roem continued. “We’re not going to be talking about people’s anatomy and their private parts and any of that stuff in front of children.”

Roem said he would not be putting forth legislation dealing with transgender curriculum in kindergarten classes.

Instead, Roem argued that “my (sexual) identity should not be a big deal.”

However, Roem’s campaign ad focuses exclusively on his status as a transgender person.

Roem’s platform cites issues of equality, including “the DREAM Act, civil rights, voting rights, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, raising the minimum wage and making health insurance more accessible and affordable for everyone.”

Roem’s opponent, Marshall, is a Republican state representative who sponsored the state’s constitutional amendment which preserved the institution of marriage as two-sex, according to Breitbart.

Earlier this year, Marshall put forth a sexual-privacy bill which would allow women to exclude transgender people from women-only bathrooms, showers, swimming pools, and other public facilities.

Marshall argues that his stance on transgender ideology has made him “the Number One target of the Democrats,” in the upcoming elections.

“If they beat me, this will put (conservative) Representatives in the closet for years,” Marshall said.

Source: www.westernjournalism.com

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