Florida Teacher Fired for Forcing LGBT Ideology on Middle Schoolers

"Rainbow" by Les Chatfield

A middle school teacher in Florida lost her job last month over accusations that she’d revealed her sexual orientation to her students, as well as tasking them to draw the community’s infamous flag.

Casey Scott, the teacher in question, revealed herself to be “pansexual.” She encouraged her art students to draw rainbow-patterned and blue-pink-white flags, representing homosexual and transgender members of the community.

This is a bit of a reach, given the fact her students were barely the age to even understand the topic.

“Gay-Straight Alliance school bus” by jglsongs

Scott believes she was fired from her position for conducting the morally questionable discussion.

However, officials from Trafalgar Middle School in Cape Coral assure it was merely over her straying from the proposed curriculum.

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The bill bans discussion of homosexual topics in K-3 classrooms, requiring in-class conversations past third grade to be “age-appropriate,” which is the exact opposite of what Scott presented to her class of pliable young minds.

The former teacher insists she lost her job purely over a sexuality discussion, but it’s been noted the bill doesn’t go into effect until July 1st.

This supports the school’s narrative and inadvertently prompts the LGBT community to believe Scott was made into an example by the establishment.

After her final class was finished, Scott attempted to hang her students’ flags inside the school’s corridors.

However, the school administration was quick to intervene, demanding they be taken down and kept out of sight in the children’s best interest.

In a fit of rage, the ex-teacher took the handful of drawings back into the classroom, crumbling them in front of her students before tossing them into the recycling bin.

This did nothing but provoke unneeded distress among the children attending her art class.

With this in mind, it’s likely for the best that the “pansexual” teacher was removed. A certain amount of mental stability should be mandatory for educators in our system. Scott simply doesn’t meet the bare minimum.

Flaunting her community’s flags in a public school

Naturally, parents were distraught with the drawings and discussions once the news made it back home.

Many filed complaints to the school, demanding the teacher in question be sanctioned in some way, shape, or form. However, Scott had already been removed from her position.

The school is currently in the process of finding a replacement art teacher, much to the dismay of Scott’s father, Billy Wadell, who took to social media to fight for his daughter.

While this sort of fatherly love can be admirable at times, Wadell’s heart was in the wrong place.

He demanded the school lied about its reasons for firing his daughter, claiming she simply answered a question from a student.

Scott’s misstep may have been minuscule in comparison to what the LGBT community does on a daily to influence young people.

However, it’s important to set certain boundaries in what kind of information middle school children are exposed to. Unfortunately, this sometimes comes at the cost of a person’s employment.