What's happening to girls is unfortunate but unsurprising

What's happening to girls is unfortunate but unsurprising

What's happening to girls is unfortunate but unsurprising

A conservative activist says the Biden administration is endangering young girls by prioritizing the rights of confused boys like the sixth grader who recently attacked his 13-year-old female classmate.

The victim's father requested that Real News Central Indiana not publish the video it received of what the boy did to his daughter, so only a screenshot has been circulated.

According to the outlet, the incident stemmed from an argument on social media. Video shows the boy, whom the school recognizes as a girl, making his way through a crowd to the girl. He appears to yell her name before grabbing her from behind by the hair and pulling her to the ground. He then stands over her, punching her in the face repeatedly as she screams.

Sources in Lebanon Middle School say the boy, who uses the girls' bathrooms and locker rooms, has a history of attacking girls.

In the same district just a month ago, a young girl testified that she had to undress in the girls' locker room with a boy present. Micah Clark, executive director of the American Family Association of Indiana, says there is clearly a problem.

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"We know that a lot of kids who are gender confused have a lot of mental issues or emotional issues, and so I'm not surprised when these things happen," he laments. "These kids are being indoctrinated politically, but they're not being helped psychologically."

He says kids today are encouraged to pursue a gender identity disorder rather than seek treatment for it. So "as our culture blurs the distinctions between male and female," and as "the Biden administration is pushing this radical ideology on schools," Clark expects more of these kinds of issues to surface.

That is both ruining girls' sports and putting girls in danger from males who often have mental confusion or mental issues.

"Schools need to put safety first above these radical political ideologies," Clark submits.

He adds that if something like this can happen Lebanon, which is a rural, conservative community, then "it can happen at any school in America."