The parents told KPTV it started when their son began using the staff restroom at Nellie Muir Elementary School in Woodburn because a stomach condition left him feeling uncomfortable using the boys' restroom. They added to the station they believe the teacher assumed their son — who was 8 at the time — was uncomfortable using the boys' restroom because he was transgender. The mother and father also told KPTV the teacher — who they said still works at the school — obtained transgender-themed materials to share with their son from one of the teacher's transgender friends.
The mother and father in Woodburn are now suing a school district for nearly a million dollars after they say a second-grade teacher singled out their son by asking him if he was transgender. The parents say the teacher had inappropriate conversations with the child at school without their permission. The parents say they want to shine a light on secret lessons they claim were taking place at Nellie Muir Elementary School.
By Dailymail. The parents of an Oregon schoolboy are suing his school district claiming a teacher made their son confused about his gender identity by wrongly assuming that he was transgender after he asked to use a staff bathroom because of a medical condition then giving him books and TV shows to watch about transitioning. The mother and father, who have not shared their names in order to protect the boy, say in a lawsuit that he started using the staff bathroom in April because of a digestive condition which made him uncomfortable going to the restroom in front of other kids.
Lewis Maday-Travis looks like the cool teacher every kid hopes to have. Listen Listening Maday-Travis was classified as female at birth. In middle school, he figured he was a lesbian.
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Outraged parents and religious liberty organizations opposed school administrators' decision to play the video, citing a violation of the district's wellness policies. Parents at an elementary school in Madison, Wis. Liberty Counsel, a religious liberty law firm, sent a records request to the school alleging a teacher, who goes by "Vica Steel," formerly Mark "Vince" Busenbark, showed a "transgender coming out" video to Frank Allis Elementary School students in K-5th grade on May Steel said the purpose of the video was "so [students] can know who I am and who I am becoming," and the people who disagree are motivated by "fear" and "hate.
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Every morning, she woke up fearing what the day would bring. But as a transgender woman, she said she was taunted, accused of being a pedophile and a pervert, and threatened. The school system failed to effectively intervene as she was repeatedly harassed by students, parents and colleagues, she said. She transferred twice to new schools.