The culture war is on, especially for the minds and hearts of public-educated children.
School districts around the United States have been recruiting and hiring LGBT activists to develop and implement curricula and plans to introduce their warped ideology to children as early as kindergarten.
With expected unwelcomed reactions from some of the confused small children, the schools are also adding additional disciplinary measures to force their students’ compliance.
In 2019 an Ohio public school punished a sixth-grader after he used the wrong pronoun for a transgender student and told friends that the student “is a boy, not a girl,”
Now a Wisconsin school district has taken the radical movement to another level.
Kiel Middle Schoo administrators have lodged a Title IX complaint against three middle school students for allegedly using the wrong pronouns while addressing another student.
District superintendent Brad Ebert defended the school in a statement to ABC 2.
“The KASD prohibits all forms of bullying and harassment in accordance with all laws, including Title IX, and will continue to support ALL students regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, sex (including transgender status, change of sex or gender identity), or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability (‘Protected Classes’) in any of its student programs and activities; this is consistent with school board policy. We do not comment on any student matters,” he said.
The three students are being investigated for sexual assault in connection to the incident.
“I received a phone call from the principal over at the elementary school, forewarning me; letting me know that I was going to be receiving an email with sexual harassment allegations against my son,” Rosemary Rabidoux, one of the parents of the students being accused, told Fox 11.
“I immediately went into shock! I’m thinking sexual harassment? That’s rape, that’s inappropriate touching, that’s incest,” Rabidoux added. “What has my son done?”
Braden, Rabidoux’s 13-year-old son, is one of the three Kiel Middle School students accused of sexual harassment, an accusation that she disputes.
“(The investigating principal) said he’s being allegedly charged with sexual harassment for not using proper pronouns,” said Rabidoux. “I thought it wasn’t real! I thought this has got to be a gag, a joke — one has nothing to do with the other.”
In a letter from Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty attorneys, who are defending the accused students, called the Title IX complaint “inappropriate,” and urged the case to be “immediately dismissed.”
“The mere use of biologically correct pronouns not only does not constitute sexual harassment under Title IX or the District’s own policy, it is also speech protected by the First Amendment,” the May 12 letter to the school superintendent, counselor, and principal read.
“The District has also violated Title IX procedures and its own policy in its handling of the complaint. The District should promptly end the investigation, dismiss the complaints, and remove them from each of the boys’ records,” the letter added.
The attorneys said that Title IX “certainly does not cover 2 using biologically correct pronouns simply because the District characterizes it as ‘mispronouncing,’ which is the sole allegation in the one-page Title IX complaint.
It is also not sexual harassment under Title IX because gender identity is not included within the definition of sex within Title IX. In fact, the Department of Education is currently attempting to amend Title IX to add it,” the letter added.
The letter said that a statement from the music teacher in which the conduct occurred described “other conduct” that doesn’t come “remotely close to sexual harassment.”
The music teacher’s statement said that the class “expressed frustration with remembering pronouns,” and described other events that would chalk up to being teasing and arguing between the eight-graders, the letter stated.
“To be clear, this statement does not accurately or fully portray the incidents described—as you know, the student in question has teased the boys as much if not more, including calling them numerous names and yelling at them for not using ‘they/them’ pronouns, even when they were not talking to or about her—but even if everything in the music teacher’s statement were accurately characterized, it does not amount to the sort of ‘severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive’ conduct that crosses the line into sexual harassment,” the letter stressed.
“None of this warrants accusations of sexual harassment and the serious reputational harm that comes with it.”They stressed that the district violated the students’ rights by not providing a detailed notice of allegations before the investigation began, the letter added.
Instead, the attorneys said that the district provided just a “generic letter” sent “one day before the interview. The Title IX complaint is reportedly dated to March 29, 2022, but “the music teacher’s statement includes events that occurred after that date,” the letter stated.
“Thus, either the Title IX complaint is misdated or it was prepared before the author (Ms. Kautzer) would have seen the music teacher’s statement,” it added.
The public school system is lost having been systematically converted into social justice and engineering activism.
It’s time to close the Department of Education and send everything back to the local city schools.
Or even better yet, parents take responsibility for their children and homeschool.
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