A government school in California is under fire from parents and children after a 7th grade “English” teacher forced young students, mostly about 13-years old, to do a “Literary Analysis” on a story about a “transgender” make-up artist and his so-called “transition.”
The controversial assignment, which was still online on the school district’s website as this was being written, instructs students to “define Transitioning as used in the text.” Students are also told to contemplate why the make-up artist decided to share his “gender identity.”
The assignment is based on recent news reports surrounding make-up artist “Nikki De Jager,” a self-styled “transgender” make-up artist with millions of YouTube fans. In January, De Jager revealed to his fans that he was actually a male impersonating a female.
“It feels good to finally do it. It is time to let go and be truly free,” De Jager said in the video, adding that he has “thought” he was a girl since he was little. “When I was younger, I was born in the wrong body — which means that I am transgender.”