• Florida mom filing suit after child transitioned at school without her

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 2 08:12:06 2022
    By Bailee Hill
    Published May 2, 2022

    A Florida mother is filing suit and issuing a stark warning to parents nationwide after her transgender child transitioned at school without
    her consent.

    Florida mom and mental health professional January Littlejohn and her
    attorney Vernadette Broyles discussed the lawsuit and why she is
    "outraged" over the incident.

    "This is happening all over the nation," Littlejohn warned on "Fox &
    Friends First" on Monday. "This same protocol is in place in many, many
    schools across districts everywhere, and even the guides being used to
    dictate these transgender support plans that cut parents out even have
    the same language."

    "So this is a very systematic way that parents are being excluded from important decisions occurring with their children, and further, social transition is a medical intervention that schools are grossly
    unqualified to be taking these steps without parental involvement," she continued.

    According to Littlejohn, her daughter, who was 13 years old at the
    time, expressed confusion over gender during the pandemic after a group
    of friends transitioned to the opposite sex.

    She eventually found out the school was working on a "transgender
    support plan" with her child, but the school initially declined to
    allow her involvement given she was "protected by a nondiscrimination

    "Eventually we did see the transgender support plan, which was a
    six-page document that they completed with my daughter, that was 13 at
    the time behind closed doors, where they asked her questions that would
    have absolutely impacted her safety, such as which restroom she
    preferred to use and which sex she preferred to room with on overnight
    field trips," Littlejohn said.

    This comes after Republican lawmakers sent a letter to Education
    Secretary Miguel Cardona after a 12-year-old Florida girl reportedly
    attempted to commit suicide after undergoing secret gender transition
    talks with her school.

    "There are lawsuits in Wisconsin, Maryland, Oregon, California,"
    Broyles said. "This is a national agenda, and parents need to recognize
    they have the right to direct the upbringing, education, care, medical decisions, mental health decisions of their child."


    By questioning every child in a school about what gender they think
    they are, you would think that 50% of the children were transgender.

    The truth is maybe one or two children might wish they were the
    opposite sex, but that doesn't mean they are transgender.

    I'm sure if a doctor explained to a 13 year old boy exactly what would
    have to be done to turn him into a girl, he would change his mind

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