by Chris Black
You first have people denying the thing is happening.
Then they say the scale is exaggerated.
Then they say it’s not that big of a deal, and anyway, you can opt out.
Then you find out, you actually can’t opt out.
I cannot imagine being such a failure as a parent that I am sending my kids to a public school in the current year and just hoping for the best.
Coming to a school board near you: a battle over whether parents have the right to know if their child is identifying as transgender at school.
The fight has now spread to two coasts.
As a legal battle rages in New Jersey over parental rights to know if their child is identifying as transgender in school, a nearly identical scenario is playing out just outside Los Angeles.
It appears certain to be followed by many more, as school boards and districts which want parents to be informed that a child is identifying as transgender face off with state authorities — usually Democrats — who want the opposite.
In the latest case, California Attorney General Rob Bonta, a Democrat, is suing to block Chino Valley Unified School District’s policy to inform parents if their child socially transitions.
Connecticut middle school teacher gave students a survey & encouraged them to tell her secrets. She also lets students decide if their parents are allowed to know if they change their gender/name/pronouns
A kid can be identifying as trans in school & she wouldn’t tell parents 🚨 pic.twitter.com/MQiij5WhcH
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) September 1, 2023
They are literally after your kids. pic.twitter.com/m5pNz0u3Cx
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) September 3, 2023