The Bible says it’s a good thing to “expose the unfruitful deeds of darkness” (Ephesians 5:11). This web site will at least publicize them, so you, our readers, are aware of what is happening close to our borders and can be ready.
Frighteningly, on September 10 at a meeting of the Stafford County School Board that ran past midnight, a narrow vote by the Board gave their Superintendent unlimited freedom to enforce two nondiscrimination policies that address sexual orientation and gender identity without Board control or approval. The meeting ran into the next morning because almost 70 people voiced their opinions about allowing kids of the opposite sex to use bathrooms, showers and changing facilities. In plain English, it’s called transgender elitism. Parents’ objections did not matter. The discriminatory policies were enacted anyway.
So now Prince William County is surrounded by school districts that can allow students who identify as other than their birth-assigned gender to use bathrooms and showers of their choice when at school. Already, Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington and now Stafford counties have taken the plunge. It is more urgent than ever that persons we elect to our PWC School Board in November will not capitulate to the anticipated and unrealistic demands of a few TG students while totally disregarding the majority: the pleas of parents and teachers who are opposed to such actions in the name of morality and normalcy.
Timing is so crucial! How fitting that on September 28, the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance is hosting a dinner meeting to help us plan intelligently for this very threat. Elizabeth Schultz and Meg Kilgannon are well-versed by their experiences in Fairfax County to enlighten us about steps to take NOW. Josh Hertzler, Esq., will bring his legal expertise to the table to strengthen our strategy, as well.
Do purchase your tickets on this site to attend the dinner (purchase your tickets here: Prince William & Manassas Family Alliance 2019 Fall Fundraiser). Seating is limited, so get your tickets today! Invite concerned neighbors and friends, too. Election Day is a few weeks away! Come prepared to be prepared! See you at City Tavern on the 28th!
— Posted by Tom Salmon for Doris, a fellow member of the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance