(Regarding an elementary school teacher's sex change operation over the summer)
A teacher is a role model, and should be, so someone having such an identity crisis that requires sex change operations, etc. wouldn't be a teacher I would want for my children.
Since it is a private school, I'd expect the school to not use the teacher, or lose my business. Public schools should get the best, most balanced people they can, so this shouldn't come up, and if it does, should let the teacher go. Contracts should include such controversial possibilities with a general clause. Since sex change operations are actually cosmetic, and don't truly change the sex of the person, it isn't sexual discrimination. The person with the identity crisis having the operation is surely being sexually discriminatory to the Nth degree.
djofraleigh, wral.com 48 Comments
[9/1/2007 10:01:44 PM]
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