Minnesota School Adopts 'Gender Inclusion Policy.' Won't Tell Parents About It...
Minnesota is turning into Oz when it comes to gender confused students (see Minnesota Schools to ‘Segregate’ Students Uncomfortable with Trans Bathrooms and University Nixes Homecoming “King” and “Queen” Because Gender is Triggering).
Add this story to the growing trend of biology (and parental rights) meaning jack diddly squat. A Minnesota charter school established a new gender inclusion policy. A policy which won't allow parents to "opt out." Or even tells parents about it in the first place:
After facing a lawsuit over its treatment of a kindergartener who identifies as transgender, a nationally recognized public charter school in Minnesota has agreed to adopt a far-reaching inclusionary policy.
In the settlement, the school promised to establish a gender inclusion policy that doesn’t allow parents to opt out “based on religious or conscience objections,” and also “not [to] call parents’ or guardians’ attention to the policy.”
The agreement ends a 16-month legal battle between Nova Classical Academy and David and Hannah Edwards, parents of a child who was born male but presents as a girl.
The policy is still being "established" and to be fair, that could just have been thrown in there to shut up the family suing. But it also plays to a leftist mindset that wants the state in total control of your kids, without parents having any say whatsoever.
Hitler would approve. Of blocking the parents out of how the state ruins their children. Not on the tranny thing. No word on how Literally Hitler would feel on Adam and Eve identifying as Evan and Ada. But maybe there's an app for that.
If you've been nurturing the idea that parents still have rights over their children, this story should give you pause. A school, where people send their little mush-brained implings to "get educated," has decided they're going to teach gender fluidity gobbledegook without so much as a school memo. Because giving parents any information about the policy risks a parent raising an objection to the policy. And why would a school ever allow a parent to question their
CONFORMITY FIRST. CONFORMITY ALWAYS. YOU 'VIL COMPLY!
Homeschool is starting to look a lot better, yeah?