New York Teacher and Elementary School Sued for Secretly Transitioning a 10-year-old Student
The 5th grade teacher forced a male name and pronouns on a female child until she became so confused that she contemplated suicide.
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A 5th-grade student was secretly socially transitioned by their teacher.
Don’t think this can’t happen in your school.
A family in New York has filed a lawsuit against the Brookhaven-Comsewogue School District, Terryville Road Elementary School, and 5th-grade teacher Debra Rosenquist because they allege that Rosenquist attempted to secretly transition the gender of their 10-year-old daughter without notifying the parents.
The student - who is identified as A.V. in the complaint - became confused as to her gender during the 2021-2022 school year because Rosenquist insisted on using a male name and male pronouns to refer to the student.
This is the teacher’s Twitter profile. Her tweets are currently protected:
In October 2021, the teacher began to call A.V. by the name “Leo” and use he/him pronouns for the child. No one in the district informed the parents (referred to as L.N. and E.V. in the complaint) of these changes.
Several months later, in January 2022, the school’s principal informed the parents that the child had met with the school psychologist (without the parents’ knowledge) and had drawn a girl with the words “I wanna kill myself” and “I feel sad a lot.” The psychologist determined this was because A.V. was confused about her gender identity.
This was the first time A.V.’s parents had heard anything about the confusion regarding A.V.’s gender identity or new name and pronouns forced on the child by the teacher.
The suit noted that the teacher’s former students stated that Rosenquist went beyond the District’s curriculum and taught her students about transgender individuals, even suggesting that kids “try being gay” or try being a girl (if they were a girl) or girl (if they were a boy).
Rosenquist also created an LGBTQ+ book for her 5th grade students which was not on the approved curriculum called “I Am Neither,” and also utilized a book about gender dysphoria and gender transition called “When Aiden Becomes a Brother.”
Let us always remember that teachers can teach whatever they want when the classroom door closes - they do not have to use books in the approved curriculum.
A.V. was ultimately removed from Rosenquist’s classroom. As a result, she became the target of bullying in the school district:
And after all this, the school district continues to employ the 5th grade teacher who tried to transition a student without her parents’ knowledge secretly:
You can read the full complaint against the school district here.
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I think this is an example of how dangerous it is to transition children. The focus is not on accepting themselves and loving their bodies but telling them there is something wrong with them. Children are too vulnerable to understand what is happening or to fight back.
I have wonder that frequently as I read these stories. Why are we not teaching unconditional acceptance in schools?