If you think the High School Activities Association had problems before with their trans-gender policy, give it a few years;

In 2014, Sanford first told KELOLAND News about Z, the mascot of the Sanford Harmony Program. Z is a Martian from a planet that doesn’t have boys and girls. He’s supposed to start an open dialogue so boys and girls get a chance to talk openly about gender.

Apparently on the planet Z the storks deliver the newborns. Didn’t we have enough problems with the Tele-Tubbies? While I think it is good to teach kids that boys and girls can grow up to do whatever they want to and to work together, I’m not sure how an asexual alien from the planet Z is going to get this message across? Or how this is going to end divorces? I have often joked if you want to end divorces don’t get married to begin with. Why do we always have to travel to cartoon fantasy land to teach kids things about LIFE?

I bet Denny got the idea from an old Star Trek episode.

4 Thoughts on “Denny Sanford wants to teach your kids how to be asexual aliens?

  1. The D@ily Spin on September 2, 2015 at 2:18 pm said:

    At least he’s realized there are major familial problems worth addressing. Philanthropically, it’s his choice and there’s benefit. Any help for the real city majority is welcomed. If I could do it, I’d provide free swim and zoo passes for poverty level families. What really deserves attention is K thru 12 education. Better teacher pay, smaller class sizes, free lunches, etc.. The next billionaire who steps up might evaluate how he could make a difference.

  2. The D@ily Spin on September 2, 2015 at 2:35 pm said:

    Transgender is more prevalent now. I wonder if humans have become so evolved that the next step is asexual. A whole family has become rare. Everybody gets divorced. Children regularly get guardian reassigned such that they’re forced to become grown and reach puberty at age 10. Perhaps our alien genetics team is trying trangender.

    Seriously, there should be allowances for transgender. They’re comfortable with themselves and we shold accept them without sexual bias.

  3. Most preschools are only a few hours a week, right? Probably not too much exposure happening with this little green guy. If remember, the most important things my kids learned in preschool: take your backpack, wait in line, take turns, be quiet when the teacher switched the light on and off, don’t bite/kick/hit the other kids and don’t pee in your pants.

  4. I’m not sticking up for T DENNY. Doesn’t your beloved progressive party spew the same garbage?

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