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"Gender Identity" Forced On 5-Year-Oldsimage

ST. PAUL, Minnesota (WNB) – Parents were notified by administrators of the Nova Classical Academy, a charter school in St. Paul, Minnesota, that their children would be required to read "My Princess Boy" in support of a "gender non-conforming" boy at the school.

The book is the true story about a 2-year-old who started dancing like Beyoncé and proclaiming he wanted to be a girl while watching the performer during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show. His parents thought that sounded like a good idea so the let him (now her) and wrote a book about it.

School administrators also told parents to discuss "gender identity" with their kids, in order to assure they are raising them as the gender they prefer. So far, ten children have left the school.


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TRUMP SHAKES WORLD ORDER

Foreign diplomats are expressing alarm to U.S. government officials about what they say are inflammatory and insulting public statements by Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, according to senior U.S. officials.

Officials from Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia have complained in recent private conversations, mostly about the xenophobic nature of Trump’s statements, said three U.S. officials, who all declined to be identified. image

"As the (Trump) rhetoric has continued, and in some cases amped up, so, too, have concerns by certain leaders around the world," said one of the officials.

The three officials declined to disclose a full list of countries whose diplomats have complained, but two said they included at least India, South Korea, Japan and Mexico.

U.S. officials said it was highly unusual for foreign diplomats to express concern, even privately, about candidates in the midst of a presidential campaign. U.S. allies in particular usually don’t want to be seen as meddling in domestic politics, mindful that they will have to work with whoever wins.

Senior leaders in several countries — including Britain, Mexico, France, and Canada — have already made public comments criticizing Trump’s positions.

“European diplomats are constantly asking about Trump’s rise with disbelief and, now, growing panic," said a senior NATO official, speaking on condition of anonymity.


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