Parents' rights group sues Iowa school district over student gender transition plans

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The parents’ rights organization Parents Defending Education sued an Iowa public school district on Tuesday for its usage of its “Gender Support Plan” for students, without parental knowledge or consent.

According to the lawsuit, the policies of Linn-Mar Community School District authorize “children to make fundamentally important decisions about their gender identity without any parental involvement and to then hide these decisions from parents.”

The Gender Support Plan allows the school to assist students as young as 12 in a gender transition. Parents do not have to be informed of the existence of their child’s plan, and it may be hidden from them entirely, reported Fox News.

The plan directs staff and students to address self-identifying transgender students by new names and pronouns, and the student must be allowed to participate in team sports and other activities in alignment with their preferred gender.

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