One more easy step to protect children and affect change.
Ever wonder what happens in those first few days after a guidance counselor or teacher gleefully discovers that a child prefers to be referred to as a different gender? Well, we know what the State Department of Education and a few local boards of education have directed. They direct teachers and guidance counselors, principals and all staff to hide this information from parents at their discretion.
Schools have no business or professional competency to diagnose and treat your child for gender dysphoria. Any indicators of gender dysphoria, gender identity disorder, transgenderism or any other sex-related mental condition should be referred immediately to the parent for additional guidance, not hidden by the school. Have your parental rights been terminated? Were you adjudged in a court of law to be a bad parent? No – so why would we give school counselors and administrators the false perception that they may come between parents and children.
One tool parents ultimately have is to sue the heck out of a local school district for alienating their own children and subverting their child/parent relationship . . and many have, including Massachusetts, Florida, Wisconsin, Iowa and more (including a successful teacher lawsuit in Kansas). But before lawsuits, parents have other tools. One tool is using our simple form, developed with Courage is a Habit, to demand that schools have 3 business days to inform a parent if their child decides they want to be called by a different name or pronoun or otherwise exhibits certain transgender behavior. This includes answers to subversive teacher questionnaires and worksheets that ask students what their “preferred pronoun” is.
Our “Yes You Will” letter will serve individual families by adding a layer of communication between parents and schools. It will also serve the greater community by letting school districts, ASCA-trained counselors and teachers know that parents don’t want their children groomed by adults into transgender behavior. It is a win/win for families and schools that want to encourage more parental participation and communication.
So, please review the attached materials, share with friends, send the letter, complete our survey and keep us updated on what progress you make in your school district when you tell them “Yes You Will” inform me of my child’s dysphoric behavior in school.
Download this informative material from Courage Is A Habit WHILE YOU CAN. It exposes the American School Counselor Association as an anti-parent, anti-childhood subversive organization. It also provides more details about our newest campaign.
Here are two more info-graphics that illustrate how school ASCA-trained counselors have evolved into adults who undermine critical parent-child relationships and family values.
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