VIDEO: Virginia School Board Member Opposes Trans Policy Allowing Kids to Choose Gender Without Telling Parents
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Loudon County School Board in Virginia passed a transgender policy despite a barrage of parents rising up against Critical Race Theory and other Leftist policies.
School board member Jeffrey Morse was one of two to oppose Policy 8040: Rights of Transgender and Gender Expansive Students.
“A student is considered transgender if at school the student consistently asserts a gender identity different from the sex assigned at birth,” Morse read from the bill.
“What does “consistently asserted” mean?” questioned Morse. “Who assigns sex at birth? I’m going with God because that’s what I believe.”
The policy also states on page 12 “there are no regulations requiring school staff to notify a parent or guardian of a student’s request to affirm their gender identity, and school staff should work with students to help them share the information with their family when they are ready to do so.”
Morse criticized this part of the policy as well.
“Parents don’t need to be notified,” said Morse. “So take it to an extreme. You have a seven-year-old that can make a decision that’ll have lifelong implications and the school has the authority to keep the parents in the dark.”
Despite Morse’s objections, the policy passed Wednesday night with only Morse and another board member, John Beatty, voting no.