Christopher Rufo obtained videos and internal documents which first took place in 2020 and was repackaged and used for the 2021-2022 school year.
"Schools don’t have a legal obligation to tell parents that a student goes by a different name or pronouns than their legal name," Kim Phillips-Knope, lead of the LGBTQ Students Project, tells educators.
Philips-Knope then shares a series of TikTok videos featuring some seemingly very confused minors and young adults exploring their identity. One person identifies as "agender" and uses "she/her/they/them/he/him" pronouns, Rufo says.
In response to a teacher asking how to respond to a student with "she/he/they/them" pronouns, trainer Amorie Robinson responds: "Go with what the kid says. They’re the best experts on their lives. They’re the best experts on their own identities and their own bodies. . . . You may have to sit with some discomfort sometimes."
Robinson describes herself as a "Black, masculine-identified, cisgendered lesbian baby boomer" and uses the "African name" Kofi Adoma.
A training session tells educators that "we’ve been conditioned and … acculturated in this particular culture that gender is binary," but that in fact, gender is a spectrum, including identities such as "gender non-binary," "gender fluid," and "gender queer."
Educators are also told that sexual orientation is much more complicated than just heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual. There’s also "asexual, lesbian, straight, gay, bisexual, queer, questioning, demisexual, demiromantic, aromantic, and skoliosexual."
Later in the session, Phillips-Knope is asked the question: "How is liability affected if a student dies by suicide and parents did not know the student’s chosen name or pronouns were being used at school." In response to this, Phillips-Knope advises educators to inform the parents, but to do so in a way that keeps a child’s "chosen name and pronouns" a secret.
"There is going to be a new legal concept coming - 'educational malpractice' and parents need to start suing the Dept of Education, School Boards, Administrators and teachers for the damage done," said one Twitter user.
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