A proposed Medicaid insurance coverage rule change would relax some preconditions and remove all age limitations for transgender surgery.
“I don’t want a man in the bathroom with me. I’m already uncomfortable in my body, trying to grow up,” said Lightcap. “I have a thirteen-year-old sister who goes to this school. I don’t want her going into a bathroom where a male is allowed to just walk in there.”
For a lot of parents today, the LGBTQ curriculum advocacy in public schools is a kind of establishment that discriminates against their beliefs and labels them as bigots if they object.
CeCe Telfer’s victory is just the latest instance of male athletes who identify as transgender entering — and then winning — female athletic events.
The animated children’s TV show launched its 22nd season with “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone” on May 13, where Arthur’s third-grade teacher Mr. Ratburn gets married to a male character in the episode.
The Democratically controlled House of Representatives voted Friday 236-173 in favor of the Equality Act, which would require schools to include male athletes who identify as transgender girls on female sports teams.
Hundreds of parents protested the new framework — which includes everything from lessons in self-pleasure to transgenderism. The guidelines even go so far as to encourage kindergarteners to think about whether they might identify with another gender.
If Democrats’ priority legislation becomes law, public schools could be forced to include discussions about transgenderism in math and history classes for elementary school students.
Doctors who are uncomfortable prescribing hormone treatments or doing gender reassignment surgeries could soon potentially be in violation of federal law, warns Dr. Michelle Cretella, a pediatrician and executive director of the American College of Pediatricians.
A junior, Selina Soule missed qualifying for the 55-meter in the New England regionals by two spots. Two spots, she said, that were taken by biological boys.
Maria Keffler is a former teacher herself. But when she recently found out, by accident, about new LGBT policies her children’s school district was considering instituting, Keffler was shocked. Now she’s speaking out — and urging other parents to do the same.