Idaho High School Student PUNISHED For Saying There Are Only Two Genders
--- Students At Kellogg High School Plan Walk Out Protest At 9 AM Friday Morning
(Kellogg, Idaho) --- This year at Kellogg High School, instead of having the senior class put quotes in their yearbook, students in the graduating class of around 80 students were invited to share their thoughts and advice to the younger students at the commencement ceremony instead.
Everything was going along as planned during the graduation rehearsal, until one student bravely used the opportunity to share one of the most basic and obvious truths known to mankind: “Guys are guys and girls are girls. There is no in-between.”
The student received thunderous applause. …
Idaho Tribune BREAKING:Kellogg HS Postpones Graduation Following Protest At School. Shoshone County Sheriff Holly Lindsey cited “Safety Concerns.” Sheriff Lindsey is “married” to Kellogg HS Art Teacher Rachel Krusemark, one of the 3 teachers offended by Travis Lohr’s statements. Idaho Tribune·4h Over 100 parents and students protested Kellogg High School's decision to punish a student for saying "Guys are guys and girls are girls. There is no in-between." In spite of today's protest, Travis Lohr will not be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony. >>18942917 6:21 PM · Jun 2, 2023 https://twitter.com/IdahoTribune/status/1664759212474535937/photo/1