On first day of class, teachers had students identify as "he", "she", or "something else. Parents objected. The superintendent says the parents are making it a bigger deal that it is.
"The upset parents took exception to the exercise, saying though their children were not questioning their own gender, it opened up students who didn’t identify as “he” or “she” to bullying and ridicule. One parent compared it to asking students what religion they are. In complaints to school officials, the parents called it an invasion of privacy and indicated that it shouldn’t matter what the students identify as."
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