I balk at your address to students because you are bypassing my parental authority. It is for me to judge what my daughter hears, not you. You may say things that I completely approve of. The problem, however, is that I don’t know what you are going to say. If you say something that I do not approve of, it does no good for me to complain after the fact. My daughter will have already heard it. It cannot be unheard.
You are, after all, a man who judged it appropriate to take your daughters to listen a racialist, Marxist preacher every Sunday for years.
H/T Lauri Regan