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California School Districts Collaborating To Reinforce New Gender Identities In Students Across State, Parental Advocacy Group Finds

Democrat state legislators have been setting the table to block parents from knowing what gender their child identifies as at school while also passing laws that allow minors to consent to medical procedures without parental knowledge or involvement.

LGBTQ centers and California school districts are allegedly working together to reinforce new so-called gender identities in students while creating a narrative for them to be cautious of parents who don’t affirm their decision. 

According to documents obtained through a California Public Records Act request, more than 100 students in the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) allegedly identify as genders opposite from their biological sex without parental knowledge or involvement, illustrating a pattern in various school districts across California.

At least 96 middle and high school students and 14 elementary school children of the district’s  38,000-plus TK-12 students completed a so-called “Gender Support Plan” during the 2022-2023 school year, the district superintendent’s office said in a June 29 letter. 

The documents obtained by the statewide parental rights advocacy group Moms on the Ground detail how the district has a dedicated counseling center that collaborates with different Southern California-based research hospitals and LGBTQ centers to provide “sensitive services” to gender non-conforming children without parental consent.  

Such services bar parents from accessing their child’s medical records without consent. 

IUSD’s efforts come amid a statewide initiative the parental rights group has dubbed the “Trans_Student_Hustle” after reviewing a pattern of documents suggesting a cover-up of a large-scale issue. The documents allege taxpayer dollars are being used to fund gender diversity programs in schools, including sex change procedures on minors, through grants to hospitals across the state.

Democrat state legislators have been setting the table to block parents from knowing what gender their child identifies as at school while also passing laws that allow minors to consent to medical procedures without parental knowledge or involvement.

According to the group, such laws have prohibited schools from informing parents about medical appointments students go to during the school day and banned insurance companies from sharing medical records about “sensitive services” with insurance premium-paying parents or guardians without consent from the minor student.

Centers in the San Diego County area reportedly have been busing students for field trips during the school day to promote LGBTQ+ ideology, while schools in Santa Ana are allegedly collaborating with the University of California, Irvine health department to provide hormone blockers and sex change surgeries to minors without parental consent.

According to the group, local centers also allow children to access services without relying on parents for transportation.

The group also suggests that LGBTQ+ centers on K-12 campuses create relationships with students, teachers, and school board trustees to promote their agenda, which may be driven by political gain or financial incentives.

Melissa Crew, co-host of the Moms on the Ground podcast, said during a March 26 episode that parents need to protect children from being exploited or harmed by trustees who are more interested in personal gain than the well-being of their students.

She also encouraged teachers to stand up against gender ideology in schools, citing a case where two teachers in Escondido won a lawsuit against their school district for refusing to refer to a biological male as a girl.

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