Video: Man Confronts Teacher Who Put His Grandson in a Dress
Although the teacher and preschool have yet to be identified, video footage of a grandfather confronting them over putting his grandson in a dress has been circulating in social media over the last few days. Irate leftists have posted the video, originally shared by the grandfather, to demonstrate his homophobia and bigotry. Others have applauded the grandfather for saying, “Enough is enough.”
The grandfather said, “First of all I came down here because we don’t do that – the transgender and all that – you know, we don’t do that. And I don’t appreciate you encouraging him to put on no dress, for the second day, too. I don’t appreciate that.”
The woman refused to speak to the grandfather because he wasn’t on the caregiver-child disclosure form, but he insisted on telling her personally his opinion that she was out of line.
Although the man was not yelling, the woman could be heard saying, “Please do not speak to me in that tone.”
The man seemed calm enough.
The grandfather, who most in social media assume is African American because of the cadence of his voice (and the video on YouTube video includes the subtitle of “Straight Black Pride”), has been compared to this black preacher who rebuked a crossdresser in his congregation. Many have noticed that the black community is not as progressive on issues relating to homosexuality and transgenderism as some assume.
You can watch the video below.
The video above was posted by The Grand Report, an urban and hip-hop news site.
What many have not noticed, however, is the cross behind the care provider. Typically, these are seen in preschools associated with religious institutions.
The woman eventually responded to the irritated grandfather, “He’s only two.”
Was the grandfather right or wrong for trying to reinforce his grandson’s gender? Let us know in the comments.
[Editor’s Note: PS, he was right]
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