A substitute teacher in Utah discovered she created the controversial “Libs of TikTok” channel.
A substitute teacher in Cedar City, Utah, was featured on the @LibsofTikTok Twitter account on Monday, discussing her gender pronouns with students and displaying a water bottle with anti-Bible stickers on it.
A video posted by Libs of TikTok, which aims to expose far-left ideologues in American classrooms with reposted content, has reached nearly 3 million impressions and 1 million views on Twitter.
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In an interview with Deseret News, the substitute teacher revealed herself to be 21-year-old Audrey Wells. On TikTok, Wells explained her first day as a substitute teacher, saying she was “the political unrest Cedar City needs.”
“There are so many things I want to talk about, but today I want to talk about the political unrest that Cedar City needs.
She went on to say that she dyed her hair purple last night, got two visible tattoos, and wrote the pronoun “She/Any” on the blackboard so that the students could see it.
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One of the 10th grade students at Cedar High School asked what pronouns mean. She said her students were “confused” and told them they couldn’t “misgender” her.
Cedar High School is part of the Iron County School District with over 1,208 students.
Wells told the outlet that she was “surprised” that her video got so much attention after her friend told her what happened. She also said her comments were an attempt at “humor.”
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The Iron County School District could not confirm that she worked there because they do not have access to records of the substitutes and work they completed last year.
Additionally, a spokesperson for the school district confirmed that Wells is not a current employee and that the school district “does not have a policy regarding shared pronouns.”
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