Michelle- Marie Heinemann’s got a great web site going, but I’m concerned her friends in the big city will find her homophobia off-putting, and, heaven forfend, shun her. This is a city, after all, that just voted Bill De Blasio its next mayor by an overwhelming majority, and usually (not always; see FWIW’s own Dollar Bill ) such a liberal bent signifies support for the differently-gendered among us. Trashing lezbos might have been acceptable in your Georgia trailer park, young lady, and it might even still fly in your new base in Wappingers Falls – who knows? – never been there – but in Manhattan? I think not. Watch it: you may be dropped from the social circle you so desperately seek to climb into even before the paint’s dried on Hudson-Cornelius’s latest masterpiece.
Here’s Michelle Marie’s litany of grievances against her son’s nursery school and its leader:
Credible sources tell us, Marsha Nelson [Headmistress, The Cathedral School of St. John the Divine] is a lesbian that hates heterosexuals. She discriminates against them. She looks like an old grandma, but is really a sick pervert. Her lover was a boxer that went around punching people in the face, several people I know have been in her presence and told me she is a “dyke” of the scariest kind. She rides a motorcycle that has a sticker on it that says “dykes rule, heterosexuals suck.” We are left to question why a Head Mistress of a school, like Marsha K. Nelson, would discriminate against any student regardless of sexual orientation, religion, or race.
They are a low duo that share the kind of perverse satisfaction of hurting children that they feel come from a privileged background.
Children that came from wealthy families were intentionally left out of art exhibits, and student videos. They gave nicknames to the wealthy children “Richy Rich”, “little lord Fauntleroy”, ”Thurston Howl”, “master” etc. It was cruel and confusing to the little children. They made them do menial jobs, and never calling on them in class.
* For readers late to the Michelle-Marie Heinemann story a compendium of coverage by FWIW is here. You certainly don’t have to read the whole thing, although apparently Michelle-Marie has.
(The original post that started the ball rolling went up here, on June 30, 2013. It’s all downhill from there.)