Think of all the homes that could be provided for less fortunate children. By creating alternative options for children with non-traditional family forms, teachers can prevent students from experiencing feelings of isolation during gender-specific holidays and events.
This suggestion is consistent with Bos and van Balen's finding that children who interacted with other children with same-sex parents were less likely to experience the negative effects of stigmatisation on self-esteem. Smith, R. Education as Change 11 2 :
Me: Oh, do you want me to clarify that question, was that unclear? Share yours! I wish for you and your family the same thing that I wish for all families…peace, grace, laughter everyday, fun, learning moments, teaching moments and someday…a world where blogging about having to explain love to anyone will be a thing of the past.
Danielle Eylander: Yeah, but, yeah, but.
Lubbe up. So, in actual fact, if the teacher does that, they should be removed from the position, because the smallest thing in the child's life can create issues in adulthood, which comes out later. You can try and dress up the issue whichever way you like, but I can speak from experience that I learned a great deal from many sources outside my home.
Tomorrow the kids, their Mom and I are planning a trip to the zoo. It can be argued that due to the parents' awareness of heteronormativity and the associated risk, the parents took great care in deciding which schools their children attend.