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Mom Sues School For Despicable Act Involving Her 11-Year-Old!

Mom Sues School For Despicable Act Involving Her 11-Year-Old!

( – After learning that her 11-year-old daughter was being secretly transitioned in her elementary school, Aurora Regino, a mother from California, lambasted her local school board.

The school board decided to maintain the “parental hidden policy” despite her outcry, allowing them to continue transferring young children covertly.

This is grooming 101 – A play straight out of the Democrat’s playbook to hurt and confuse children.

Regino stated during the meeting that her daughter requested the school reveal her identity, but they refused.

“My daughter told the therapist she wanted to tell me about her new identity during one of the sessions. She told the board that they disregarded her request and did nothing to assist her in informing her about what was happening at school.”

She noted that seeing all parents as possible threats is wrong and allowing adults in our schools to hide information from parents for any reason is dangerous. She also discussed how despicable the school’s actions were.

Her daughter has since reverted to her true gender. Still, the school has opted to continue hiding such information from parents.

On Tuesday, Regino appeared on Fox & Friends First to denounce the California School’s actions again.

“This policy they have in place to keep these situations a secret from the family is incredibly damaging. It was extremely damaging in my case with my daughter.

She was bullied and didn’t have the support she needed from her family. Also, she was outed within the school with other people within the office, knowing her new gender and pronouns that she didn’t even tell them. She had to go through those feelings of wondering how they even knew all on her own.”

Regino further emphasized that children as young as five years old may be impacted by this legislation.

Regino sued the school district for failing to inform her of her child’s “transition.” Still, the court backed the school board’s decision to maintain the practices critics call the “parental secrecy policy.”

Suppose a youngster wants to or is persuaded to change how they identify. In that case, the district may keep it a secret thanks to this regulation.

Regrettably, school districts and policies similar to California’s aren’t uncommon. It has become a standard practice to “help” children this way while keeping said “support” a secret from worried parents. This would be a significant encouragement to homeschool if you needed one.

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