School Kept Gender Of Student A “Secret” From Parents, Leading To Lawsuit

( A lawsuit was filed by two sets of parents last Tuesday OVER A Massachusetts school system that allowed their children to explore so-called “gender identities” without being informed. The parents were left in the dark while the superintendent of Ludlow Public Schools, as well as the school principal and school counselor at Baird Middle School, helped their children explore the possibility of “transitioning” to another gender.

When one of the parents was finally informed by a teacher at the school about what was going on, the teacher was placed on leave. And then, when the parents expressed outrage and concern about what the school was doing, the former superintendent of the school accused the parents of having an “intolerance of LGBTQ people” that they had “camouflaged” behind “parental rights.”

This is what groomers do. This is why people call teachers groomers. What right do they have to let children explore “gender identity” without their parents’ knowledge?

In the lawsuit, parents Marissa Silvestri and Stephen Foote allege that the school system encouraged their son to change his name and start using different pronouns, while other parents, Jonathan Feliciano and Sandra Salmeron, said that the school purposely withheld information about their child. They accuse the school of violating their rights as parents as well as their religious rights.

Ludlow School Committee Chairman James Harrington told local news outlet MassLive that they did it because they want to “support” their students the best they can.

“But we should bring parents to the table and hope they respond in a loving and supportive way as well,” he said.

Supportive and loving? That’s code for “we hope they allow their child to transition to another gender.” Does encouraging something like that sound like support to you?

Todd Gazda, the former superintendent of the school, is named in the lawsuit.

We’ll report back as the suit progresses, but in the meantime, you can read more about it here.