An abominable story is coming out of California where teachers disguised the name of the Gay-Straight Alliance as something more innocuous and then coached a 12-year-old girl into becoming a boy, even changing her official name – all without ever consulting the girl’s parents.
THREAD: 2 teachers at a California school reportedly coached a 12 year old into a trans identity behind her parents back. The school also changed her name and pronouns without informing the parents.
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Here’s more on the horrible back story from Epoch Times:
Jessica Konen has alleged that school staff indoctrinated her then 12-year-old daughter in an LGBTQ club disguised as an “Equality Club.” She told The Epoch Times she plans to speak at the Dec. 15 meeting at Spreckels Union School District (SUSD) during public comments.
Two teachers at Buena Vista Middle School in Salinas were recorded coaching other teachers to conceal the nature of LGTBQ clubs from parents at a sold-out California Teachers Association conference held in Palm Springs, California, from Oct. 29 to Oct. 31. The CTA event was billed as the “2021 LGBTQ+ Issues Conference, Beyond the Binary: Identity & Imagining Possibilities.
The teachers led a workshop called “How we run a ‘GSA’ in Conservative Communities,” and described the obstacles that they face as activist teachers to conceal the activities of GSA clubs from parents.
SUSD officials have not responded directly to inquiries but SUSD did post an alert on its website notifying the community that school staff involved in the alleged incident have been suspended pending an independent third-party investigation.
Konen claims that one of the teachers coaxed her daughter to join a lunch-hour “Equality Club” and began affirming her daughter as transgender.
Near the end of sixth grade, Konen’s daughter told her she might be bisexual, and by the middle of the seventh grade, Konen was called to the school for a meeting with her daughter, a teacher, and the school principal.
The teacher told Konen her daughter was “trans fluid.”
“I sat across the table, and I was crying. I was trying to absorb everything.”
“They kept looking at me angrily because I kept saying ‘she,’ and that it was going to take me time to time to process everything,” she said. “I was very confused. … I was very upset. I was blindsided—completely blindsided.”
The teacher accused Konen of not being “emotionally supportive” of her daughter, who was to be called by a new name and male pronouns and would be using the unisex restroom at school.
“I felt she completely coached my child,” Konen said.
Konen said she was hurt that her daughter had not come to her first and the teacher acted in mean-spirited “smirking” way towards her.
“It made me feel very, very small as a parent. I was unaware of anything. Not one time had she mentioned to me ‘Oh, I think that I want to change my name,’ or ‘I’m transgender’ or anything. Nothing. I only heard bisexual one time, and that was it,” Konen said.
The teachers at the school actually called Child Protective Services on Konen for not using her daughter’s transgender pronouns:
Within a few days of the meeting, the King City Police Department showed up at her door and told her that there had been a complaint made to Child Protective Services (CPS). The police questioned her two children and asked them if they wanted to be removed from the home.
“They made me feel like a monster,” she said.
But Konen complied and took her children to meet with CPS that week.
According to Konen, CPS dropped the case and did not demand she call her daughter by masculine pronouns as her teacher had insisted.
Throughout the school year, Konen was afraid to ask questions about her daughter or her school activities, fearing that CPS could take her children away.
After several meetings with the teachers, Konen discovered the school knew her daughter had searched online for information about suicide, but never told her about it, she said.
“They failed to tell me that part, so I was very angry, and after that it has just been downhill,” Konen said.
“It is not okay” for teachers to keep parents in the dark about gender identity issues or anything else, Konen said.
Her daughter, now 14, left Buena Vista and is now attending a new school where she’s using her female birth name and feminine pronouns.
According to Konen, her daughter now understands how bad those teachers were and happily rejects the transgender brainwashing while attending a new school. Thankfully.
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