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School board rejects mandatory Virginia pronoun and transgender bathroom policy

By July 16, 2021July 17th, 2021No Comments

By Jake Dima – Washington Examiner

A school board rejected a required policy Thursday from the Virginia Department of Education that in part mandates administrators to refer to students by their chosen gender pronouns instead of their biological pronouns.

The Russell County school board voted unanimously to reject mandatory rule changes after residents packed into a meeting hall and expressed their displeasure with the guidelines for transgender students.

“We do not hate transgender people. We do not hate homosexual people. We do not judge them,” one resident said, prompting applause. “God will judge them. We hate the sin that they live, and that is the problem that we have in the community today, is that [it is] trying to be pushed on all of our children.”

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