Gender Bending School Kids

Funny story written by IainB

Monday, 21 September 2009

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The new uniform for all pupils next term

After two high profile cases, a massive Gender Bending problem has been unearthed in British schools.

The first case came to light after a bust up between the parents of twelve year old 'Jessica' and 'her' school in Northampton when they refused to allow their 'daughter' to have the cervical cancer vaccine, and the school nurse realised that 'Jessica' was in fact, Thomas, and didn't need the jab.

As with the second case, nine year old 'Alex', the parents claim gender dysphoria, where the child believes they are born into the wrong gender. In Alex's case, s/he returned to school after the holidays as the new girl.

Schools have looked more closely at their attendance registers and have discovered a raft of children supposedly allergic to swimming pools, are in fact the opposite gender to that on their admission forms. Digging by the authorities has turned up a common theme, although gender dysphoria is quoted when the children are outed, the real reason is that girls get better exam results, and worried parents of boys are risking their children's psychological well-being by sending them into school in skirts and pigtails.

Top children's psychologist, Colin 'Sasha' Simons believes the problem could be solved by insisting that ALL boys wear skirts.

"It's because skirts let the brain breath more freely," Simons said. "boys will do just as well as girls if they wear skirts. It never did me any harm."

The British government agrees, despite any evidence supporting it, and will issue guidelines for the new school term.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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