Parents wish the best for their children and will do almost anything to make that desire come true. However, the school environment of today is not that of days past.
There is a very sinister evil lurking in the shadows and is preying upon the vulnerable young minds of our children.
Here is a not-so “uncommon” circumstance happening across the nation.
A new school year has begun, and you send your child off. Months into the school year, nothing appears out of ordinary, and family life is good.
Then one day, unexpectedly, you receive a call from someone at your child’s school saying it is urgent that you come to the school.
Upon arriving, you are ushered into an office where administrators and the school counselor inform you that your child has attempted suicide.
Disbelief overwhelms your senses, and then questions flood your mind. You ask yourself, “How, why?”
The school officials then proceed to explain that your child chose to identify as the opposite gender. Then say your family’s values were hostile toward the child’s decision as the reason why you were not informed about the child’s decision. Officials make it clear that parental rights were subjugated by the child’s confidentiality rights.
Your child has been counseled at the school, without your knowledge, to be something he/she is not.
The very impressionable mind of your child is being groomed at school where you thought your child was safe, and your family values are under attack.
How does one move on from such a devastating experience? The school has both manipulated and turned your child against you and caused irreparable harm to your family. Where do you turn for justice?
When did schools change the priority from educating children to manipulating and sexualizing them? Perhaps the bigger question is WHY?
Families across the nation are experiencing the tragedy of their children being manipulated by school counselors, teachers, and organizations invited into the school.
A new school year has begun, and it has never been more important than now for parents to be cognizant of what their child is learning and who they are communicating with. Don’t let this be your story.
If you think this only happens in the big cities, you would be wrong. The unfolding of this tragedy, sadly, became reality for one Clay County family.