Calif. Mom Sues School District For Secretly Transitioning Her 11 yr-old

April 14th, 2023 3:06 PM

Remember when schools taught academics and not how to change your gender? 

Barely? Yeah, same. 

Aurora Regino, a mother in California blasted her local school board after finding out her 11 year old daughter was being secretly transitioned in her elementary school. Even after she called it out, the school board voted to keep the “parental secret policy” so they could continue secretly transitioning young kids. 

Talk about grooming!

At the meeting, Regino explained that her daughter wanted the school to be transparent about her identity but they refused. “​​During one of the meetings, my daughter told the counselor she wanted to tell me about her new identity. They ignored her request and did nothing to support her in letting me know what was going on at school,” she told the board.

“Treating every parent as a potential threat is wrong,” she said and added, “It’s a slippery slope to allow any adult in our schools to keep secrets from parents for any reason,” and talked about how evil it was what the school did.

Her daughter now re-identifies as the girl that she is but the school voted to maintain keeping things like this secretive from parents. 

On Tuesday, Regino went on Fox & Friends First to once again condemn the behavior of the Calif. School.

This policy that they have in place, to keep these situations a secret from the family, is incredibly damaging. It was extremely damaging in my case with my daughter. She was bullied and she didn't have the support that she needed from her family and, also, she was outed within the school with other people within the office knowing her new gender and pronouns that she didn't even tell them, and she had to go through those feelings of wondering how they even knew all on her own.

Regino also pointed out that this policy could affect kids even as young as five years old. 

Despite the fact that Regino sued the school district for keeping her in the dark about her child’s “transition,” the school board has upheld its decision to keep the existing policies that critics are calling the “parental secrecy policy.” This policy allows the district to keep it a secret if a child wants to, or is convinced they want to, change how they identify. 

It’s a true shame that school district and policies like those in California aren’t even rare these days and it's become a common trend to "help" kids in these ways and keep said "assistance" secret from concerned parents. If you needed another nudge to homeschool, this is a big one.