Iowa School District Settles Lawsuit — Won’t Punish Students Who Refuse to Refer to Boys as ‘She’ and Vice Versa

The rot of the “transgender” agenda is bone deep. But when we fight back, we can slow down the damage.

Parents Defending Freedom (PDE), a parents’ rights group, announced a settlement between itself and the Linn-Mar Community School District in Iowa.

A government school district in the nation’s heartland created a “transgender” policy that would punish students for refusing to refer to boys and girls with opposite pronouns. From PDE (emphasis added):

After PDE prevailed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, Linn-Mar agreed to rescind—and promised never to reinstate—the portion of Policy 504.13-R that prohibits an “intentional and/or persistent refusal by staff or students to respect a student’s gender identity.”

As part of the settlement agreement, the school district will leave students alone. They can refuse to say that 2+2=5 without being punished.

Nicole Neily, PDE’s founder and president, said the settlement is a huge victory for students’ rights to free speech (and common sense?)

“This settlement sends a clear message that student speech may not be compelled by administrators when it comes to gender issues – and a reminder to districts that viewpoint discrimination in public schools is wrong, full stop.”

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