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One Washington school district is in a heap of controversy after a first-grade teacher pushed transgenderism on students while the school board president, who runs an “all-ages” sex shop, remained silent, Young America’s Foundation reports.
The teacher, Jennifer Miller, assigned youngsters the book, “I am Jazz,” which details the journey of a 2-year-old biological male transitioning to a female with parental support.
“Did you read this book to 1st graders today?” one upset parent asked in an email, noting that “gender dysphoria is a diagnosis listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.”
“Yes, I did read this book,” Miller replied. “It is available in our school library as part of our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion collection. As a district we are working hard to support all members of our school community and promote inclusion through understanding and compassion.”
School officials, including the board, reportedly refused to do anything about the issue, despite parents’ concerns, YAF reports.
A YAF investigation shows the school board president, Jennifer Mason, owns and operates a self-described “all-ages” sex toy shop.
According to a local paper, “[Mason] said while the store only sells to those ages 16 and older, people of any age can be in the store.”
“I want to show people if sex isn’t something to be ashamed about, then I should be able to be an elected official and own a sex shop at the same time,” Mason told the local paper. “That’s what it means to live your values.”
An angry parent said the Bellingham Public Schools superintendent, Greg Baker, refused to engage over email or phone when he found out it would be recorded.