by Richard Evans — (henrymakow.com) April 12, 2013
A high school senior named George, who prefers to be called Tony, decided he’s a “she” recently, and asked permission to wear a dress to the prom. The Assistant Principal said no, because of the dress code.
You see, about 20 years ago Houston re-imposed the dress code to curb gang identification. Gang members use clothing to express their identity.
As a result, ‘Tony’ felt great anxiety about being denied expression of his new identity as a “girl.” In February, he took his request to the Principal, who said she’d have to bring it up for a vote at the school board.
That’s when out of thin air the Communist Jewish (Illuminati) ACLU became involved. How did they hear about it? The media didn’t say. We are left to speculate. Either the student called them – which seems unlikely, or a mole on the school board did.
Just one letter to the Principal asserting that “Tony’s right to express her gender identity was protected by both federal statutes and the federal constitution” and that was it. No school board meeting was held – it wasn’t even put to a school board vote — much less parents, or the general public. The media has not interviewed other students about how they feel about it. Instead, ACLU senior staff attorney crowed that George “was thrilled. You could hear the excitement in her voice about the fact that she would be able to go to the prom in what she wanted to wear and attend in a way that she feels comfortable and able to be herself.”
MY OWN QUICK RESEARCH on the student, George Zamazal on a social network site turned up, “george zamazal wants some sex but sex chat works too. So whose game?” 22, Male El Campo, Texas
There’s more. George put up a Youtube called “George: the story of Me” in which he introduces himself as 19 years old, gay, and “into drugs”. He posted it in January this year – less than three months ago. There’s no mention at all of feeling like a female, and not a hint of cross dressing.
He says he gets bored. He says he recently shaved his head. He mentions his mom didn’t like it. Now here’s a direct quote: “It’s not about shaving your head, it’s about dropping all your inhibitions, your fears”. Then he lapses into unintelligible rambling for 13 minutes.
This disturbed adolescent needs the kind of understanding he’d get from NARTH, not exploitation by the ACLU. He’s a product of single overworked mom neglect and a culture in which the inmates are running the asylum. He’s borderline. It’s typical of people conceived by accident in meaningless sex encounters.
There has been an exponential boom of such children in the subverted West. Do you see what’s going on here? Not only are these damaged teens not being properly helped by the school system, the ‘gay laws’ are being constructed to make damn sure that help itself will be against the law.
They’re dooming such people to short, miserable lives. With the help of the professional subversives at the ACLU and media, George’s delusions are being blown out of proportion with ‘fame’. What do you think is going to go on inside his head “after the ball”, when he finds himself back in ignored isolation in his mom’s apartment?
NY DAILY NEWS “Tony Zamazal is fighting for his right to wear a dress to his prom.”
It’s sickening how the media uses damaged people.
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