Superintendent tells 4-year-old told to cut hair or wear dress



A grandmother in an East Texas town says she’s outraged after she claims the superintendent told her to either cut her 4-year-old grandson’s hair or have him wear a dress.

“I was told that I needed to see the principal, so I went to the principal’s office where she explained to me that my grandson’s hair was too long,” grandparent Randi Woodley said.

Woodley told KETK this all started in August when 4-year-old Michael arrived at school to meet his teacher but was told his hair needed to change.

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13 thoughts on “Superintendent tells 4-year-old told to cut hair or wear dress

  1. Black people are not allowed to live their lives like normal people because of racism and bigotry.
    The dominating culture of white supremacy and hatred of trans people make the order the principal gave to the mom very curious. Why would they force a boy into wearing Girl clothes? I mean the normalization of trans people is an "affront" to their religious liberty. Trans people are booted out of the military, ostensibly for being a "national security" risk or some other disengenous assertion. The principal's order says that even if they know someone isn't trans they will arbitrarily assign that lable to someone who's hairstyle they disapprove of
    Wow, that's garbage culture right there, and as usual child abuse is encouraged if the child is black. THATS the western culture our government refers to when queried about the direction of our foreign policy. Sad..

  2. If having long hair is a safety issue, then that should be the reason explained to parents, and should be applied to boys and girls, blacks and whites; but if reason is not for safety reasons, don't see a problem. Now, to a certain degree there should be dress codes pertaining to hair and dress so as to not cause distractions in the classroom, etc., but in this case I don't think this is applicable.

    Lastly, I think the comment about having boy putting on a dress was totally unprofessional!

  3. OH MY GOD, THAT IS CRAZY , OH MY LORD πŸ€—πŸ’’ NO WORDS TO SAID πŸ€—BE BLESS, BE ENCOURAGE, GOD BLESS, JESUS #1 πŸ€—πŸ’’ PRAYING FOR YOU GUYS πŸ’’πŸ€—WOW, IT LEFT ME SPEECHLESS πŸ€—πŸ˜©πŸ˜°πŸ˜­πŸ˜’

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