'Made A Stand’: Community Members Petition To Remove School Board Member Who Spoke Out Against Transgenderism

'Made A Stand’: Community Members Petition To Remove School Board Member Who Spoke Out Against Transgenderism

After speaking out against transgenderism, a California school board member is under fire as community members call for his removal.

In October, Kenneth Enney, a newly appointed Paso Robles Joint Unified School District trustee, posted on Facebook stating that he rejects transgenderism within the LGBTQ movement. Since Enney’s post, at least 800 Paso Robles residents have signed a petition to force a special election in order to remove Enney, according to KSBY News.

“You have a lot of people that have left the school district and a lot of it is over the progressive policies, basically the feeling that the LGBTQ agenda is being shoved down their throats,” Enney told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “I basically made a stand and said I don’t have anything against the gay lifestyle or gay marriage. I have friends who are gay, I’m accepting of that. I honestly don’t understand the bi lifestyle or the queer lifestyle. So I guess I’m tolerant of that. But with transgenderism, I think what I reject is that you’re asking people to participate in a lie, because you can’t be something [you’re] not.”

Enney continues in his Facebook post that he doesn’t support gender mutilation and that transgenderism has entered the schools in an effort to “recruit and convert children.”

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