A Georgia mom, Octavia Parks, expressed disbelief when she saw a shocking assignment given to her sixth-grade daughter. The homework, for “health class” demanded that students memorize the definitions and identify the meanings of every single deviant sexuality currently being pushed by the Transgender Agenda.
“Why are they teaching that in school?” Parks asked. “We’re talking about a sixth-grader who still watches Nickelodeon,” she spat, infuriated. “I’m not ready to explain what these words are nor what they mean.”
The disturbed mother argued that she will not be standing back from bringing things to the board’s attention. “I’m also going to take it to the board of education to see what they have to say about it as well,” she vowed.
Parks expressed that is looking to take her daughter out of health class and that she has already signed a written consent form and has submitted it to the teacher. “We had a brief conversation and she assured me that this sort of thing would not happen none the less it is happening,” Parks noted.
Eva McClain, another parent whose daughter recently stopped going to Lithonia Middle School mentioned that the assignment that Park’s daughter was handed out was something new and hadn’t been handout out in the past years. McClain, siding with Park argued, “If a kid wants to know about their gender or know about their sex preference, it should come from the parents, not from the school.”
Octavia Parks, a Georgia mom says that her child was given homework by her health class teacher asking the students to identify terms such “lesbian,” and answer what does it mean, “when the person’s gender identity doesn’t match the sex (male of female) the doctor said they were when they were born.”
This isn’t the first time that parents have voiced their opinion against schools introducing material on sexual identities without seeking the consent of the parents. It was only last month that the parents of the Rocklin Academy Gateway school system in California raised their concerns on this issue.
Several parents decided to remove their children from the California Elementary School System after the board approved the use of transgender books without any way for students to opt out. Greg Burt of the California Family Council noted, “When you’re talking about something as sensitive and controversial as gender identity, for them to say they can’t provide an opt-out for parents is just flat-out wrong.”
“To teach my kid that biologically this boy was born a boy and to teach him that now he’s a girl is very confusing and I feel that it’s a lie,” stated a parent who was disappointed in the school’s decision.