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A Florida school district allowed a self-described transgender female student access to the boys' locker room, with no warning to parents. The first time she walked in, she caught “boys (literally) with their pants down.”

PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA – November 15, 2018

 A Florida school district allowed a self-described transgender female student regular access to the boys’ locker room.  Other students and their parents were not informed about the innovation, so when she first entered the locker room, she found the students literally "with their pants down, causing them embarrassment and concern by the fact that they had been observed changing by an obvious girl,” says a complaint letter to Pasco County School District from Liberty Counsel, a pro-bono constitutional law firm.

Moreover, it became clear that the school administrators forbade employees to discuss this case and ordered a male P.E. teacher to supervise the girl in the boys’ locker room. However, he refused to “knowingly place himself in a position to observe a minor female in the nude or otherwise in a state of undress,” which could be considered a serious crime.

But, the school administrators accused him of refusing to "do his job in the locker rooms" and transferred him to another school as discipline. No action has been taken so far. The administrators have refused to budge. It is reported that the transgender student continues to have open access to private male areas.

“Unfortunately these things are going on across the country, primarily with school psychologists and guidance counselors,” said Mast. He noted that it’s standard for public schools to pass transgender policies without informing parents, voters, or taxpayers first. That means the public only hears about it after children have been affected, withholding all opportunities for parents to prevent their child’s exposure to this kind of sexual indoctrination, confusion, and exploitation.

The US has been developing for more than 40 years according to the scenario written by globalists and liberals. Liberal ideology is actively and rigidly promoted at all levels of the state, as well as in culture and education. Gender policy is the cornerstone of liberalism. The history of the infiltration of "the lie about the genders" in compulsory public school programs in the United States dates back to 2012, when the new American national standards for children’s sex education started to begin from kindergarten.

Liberty Counsel’s letter provides many other relevant legal arguments, such as: “It is not ‘discrimination’ to respect safety and privacy rights based on biological sex; nor is it ‘discrimination’ to respect parental rights to protect their minor children; and maintain safeguards against involuntary observation or molestation by members of the opposite sex, where children have a right to sex-based privacy protections.”

Despite the lack of genuine legal support for switching the meaning of the word “sex” to the word “gender,” activist courts have largely sided with groundless LGBT claims. Mast says this is because “when the ACLU files [cases like] this they’re betting on the school district tapping out. None of these cases have been reached on the merits.”

Thus school districts around the country are caught between expensive, highly emotional lawsuits with unpredictable outcomes, and protecting children. Usually they choose to expose the children and protect their money and comfort, with as little notice to parents and taxpayers as possible. The LGBT children are told their feelings trump all and require reorienting the entire social life of the school (as well as the curriculum!), while the other 97% are told their feelings are evidence of evil bigotry.

Liberal politicians and the school administration strongly reject any attempt to question these ideas, reject any arguments and refuse to accept the facts that show their policy in a negative light.

Last year in a Georgia public school, a five-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by a “gender-fluid” male classmate in the school bathroom after a transgender policy allowed him access. He allegedly pushed her against the wall and repeatedly jammed his fingers into her genitals while she struggled. The district refuses to believe the alleged victim and the mother has pulled her daughter from the school, which never notified her of the incident and maintains its bathroom policy.

It appears Pasco schools adopted their transgender policies with no notice to their elected school board, parents, or voters. Instead, they were implemented after the district hired Jackie Jackson-Dean, a school psychologist, as LGBT liason. Her website lists her as the “primary author of the school district’s [LGBT] best practices guide,” which names her as its “lead content developer.” The guide says transgender pronouns, locker room, bathroom, dress code, and sports access are a student’s “right.”

About overnight school trips, it says:

Schools should work with the student and their family to devise a plan for the trip, based on the student’s comfort level. Remember, schools have an obligation to not disclose the student’s transgender status to other students or parents unless the student has provided explicit permission to do so (emphasis added).

So a child could be placed overnight in a room with an emotionally or mentally struggling child of the opposite sex without that child or her parents knowing. The guide gives school staff a script of “Talking Points about Gender-Inclusive Schools.” Here are some selections for responses to concerned parents and students:

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By the way, if someone’s gender is determined by how they feel, then what about my age? For example, I’m 70 but I feel 30—can I legally change my date of birth? If not, isn’t that age discrimination?

Activists wield courts to force schools into insanity

The guide also accepts the left’s legal arguments that laws that use the word “sex” should be understood instead to mean “gender,” and says the school district will ignore the Trump administration’s reversal of Obama-era U.S. Department of Education rules that required schools to do this in the absence of any legal authorization whatsoever.

The federal “Title IX has never been interpreted this way in its entire 40-year history until the Obama administration,” Mast noted. “It’s been rejected several times in the Title VII context, until the Obama administration.”

Liberty Counsel’s letter provides many other relevant legal arguments, such as: “It is not ‘discrimination’ to respect safety and privacy rights based on biological sex; nor is it ‘discrimination’ to respect parental rights to protect their minor children; and maintain safeguards against involuntary observation or molestation by members of the opposite sex, where children have a right to sex-based privacy protections.”

Despite the lack of genuine legal support for switching the meaning of the word “sex” to the word “gender,” activist courts have largely sided with groundless LGBT claims. Mast says this is because “when the ACLU files [cases like] this they’re betting on the school district tapping out. None of these cases have been reached on the merits.”

Thus school districts around the country are caught between expensive, highly emotional lawsuits with unpredictable outcomes, and protecting children. Usually they choose to expose the children and protect their money and comfort, with as little notice to parents and taxpayers as possible. The LGBT children are told their feelings trump all and require reorienting the entire social life of the school (as well as the curriculum!), while the other 97% are told their feelings are evidence of evil bigotry.

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Supporting LGBT Kids Means Boxing Parents Out?

An “LGBT-Inclusive School,” Jackson-Dean’s guide says, has: “Health and sexuality education that is inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities”; “curriculum that regularly includes information about LGBT people, history, and events”; and “Library resources and displays that are inclusive of LGBT people, history, and issues.” It also has “Proms, homecoming, and athletic events that allow for gender-neutral alternatives to ‘King’ and ‘Queen'”; and “Observations of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day that affirm all family structures.”

A school that is helping LGBT students will not only treat families as potential sources of trauma whose rejection directly leads to LGBT children’s depression and suicide, but will also have “‘Out’ teachers,” “Inclusive paperwork (e.g. NOT mother/father),” and “Messaging from administration regarding non-tolerance of harassment and discrimination,” the guide says.

That guide thanks the LGBT activist organizations Gender Spectrum, GLAAD, GLSEN, and Teaching Tolerance; the U.S. Department of Education; and special interest groups National Education Association (teachers union), National School Boards Association, National Association of School Psychologists, and American Psychological Association for their input and resources.

The district’s “gender support plan” includes measures to keep the child’s medical and psychological information secret from his or her parents. It in fact forbids school staff from telling parents about their child’s sexual experimentation without the child’s permission.

Author: USA Really