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Why Parents Should Worry About Gender Identity Lessons at School

Why Parents Should Worry About Gender Identity Lessons at School

( – Gender identity politics have spread from Washington D.C. and entered our classrooms. Teachers are under pressure to teach children that they can choose any gender identity regardless of their biological composition.

Additionally, children can make permanent body modifications to align with their preferred gender, sometimes without parental consent. Here are reasons parents should be concerned about the spiritual, psychological, and physical implications of gender identity education taught to our children at school.

Schools are Experimenting with Students on Gender Identity Issues

Public school systems are designed to create an inclusive environment for children of all races, religious affiliations, and economic backgrounds.

However, schools have adopted an authoritarian approach to gender identity regardless of the parent’s beliefs and scientific evidence.

Subsequently, the public school system has become a social laboratory for experimenting with children on gender issues. For example, children are asked to describe what being “transgender” means and taught to believe that families come in “all sizes and shapes.”

Teachers have adopted gender-neutral language and refuse to identify children using their natural genders, such as “boys” or “girls.”

Teachers are involved in “helping” transgender children navigate their gender identity crisis and feel like part of the school community. However, most teachers are not trained psychologists and could misunderstand mental health and adolescent problems as gender-related.

It’s not outside the realm of possibility that teachers may make comments that could influence children with other psychological issues to believe that they had a gender identity crisis.

In a study by Dr. Lisa Littman, almost 40% of de-transitioned young people realized that mental health issues caused their gender identity crisis.

Teachers can play a critical role when allowing children to transition to their selected gender without their parent’s consent. Forget teaching your children the biblical and scientifically-backed gender identity.

Parents are currently at a loss when trying to teach their children issues on gender identity from a conservative perspective. Teaching children a different gender ideology than one taught at school can not only confuse children but could also be rejected.

This is because gender fluidity is celebrated in mainstream media, and teenagers are likely to jump on the fad. With authoritative figures such as teachers backing a child’s decision, there is potentially little the parent could do to convince them otherwise.

Additionally, teenagers can decide to make gender transformations without parental consent in some circumstances. These decisions could devastate children’s lives and tear down families.

Schools are Grooming Children on LGBTQ Issues

The effect of gender identity lessons at school and in society is that, as a recent Gallup poll suggests, more and more Generation Z members identify as LGBTQ.

However, some de-transitioned youths are beginning to speak out about how LGBTQ content influenced their decision to change their gender. Detransitioners are people who regret having undergone gender transitions.

According to a 17-year-old Californian student Chloe Cole, transgender activism influenced her decision to change her gender. In a New York Post article, she said,

“I started being exposed to a lot of LGBTQ content and activism. I thought I wasn’t pretty enough to be a girl, so I’d be better off as a boy.”

Chloe adds that the LGBT content validated her misconceptions that she was a boy in a girl’s body.

Another de-transitioner in the article, 23-year-old Helena Kerschner, said transgender activism content spurred her decision to transition.

She added,

“I was going through a period where I was just really isolated at school, so I turned to the internet.”

She adds that she had no issues with her female gender before watching and reading transgender content. Helena said that the transgender message was so “social justice-y” and that, being a “heterosexual white girl,” she took it personally.

Unfortunately, schools have adopted the same social justice approach to gender identity. As schools shove more pro-LGBTQ content into the students’ minds, more children will transition, and many will come to regret it.

What are your thoughts about gender identity lessons in schools?

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