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January Littlejohn appeared on “Fox & Friends First” Monday, to discuss the lawsuit she has filed against her daughter’s school after it held secret gender talks with her child, warning parents that children are transitioning in schools without consent across the country.
Littlejohn, who is also a mental health professional, appeared with her attorney, Vernadette Broyles, to talk about the lawsuit and the outrage she felt when the incident occurred.
“This is happening all over the nation,” Littlejohn warned. “This same protocol is in place in many, many schools across districts everywhere, and even the guides being used to dictate these transgender support plans that cut parents out even have the same language.”
“So this is a very systematic way that parents are being excluded from important decisions occurring with their children, and further, social transition is a medical intervention that schools are grossly unqualified to be taking these steps without parental involvement,” she asserted.
This violates both the parents’ rights and the child’s right to have informed parents. Teachers are not parents of the children they’re supposed to be educating in academics. Outside the academic domain parents must be informed if there’s an issue. Period.
— Don’t Be Ignorant (@dontbei) May 2, 2022
Littlejohn’s daughter was only 13-years-old when this happened. She went to her mother to tell her she was confused about her gender after several of her friends transitioned to the opposite sex during the pandemic.
The mother was horrified to find out that the school was reportedly working on a “transgender support plan” with her daughter and without her consent. When this first happened, the school refused to allow her to be involved, claiming her daughter was “protected by a nondiscrimination law.”
“Eventually we did see the transgender support plan, which was a six-page document that they completed with my daughter, that was 13 at the time behind closed doors, where they asked her questions that would have absolutely impacted her safety, such as which restroom she preferred to use and which sex she preferred to room with on overnight field trips,” Littlejohn stated.
When the child is not an adult, the parent consent should prevail.
— Karine KNN (@karineKNN) May 2, 2022
Her story comes to light once again after Republicans sent a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona following the attempted suicide of a 12-year-old girl in Florida who was having similar talks with staff at her school.
“There are lawsuits in Wisconsin, Maryland, Oregon, California,” Broyles reported. “This is a national agenda, and parents need to recognize they have the right to direct the upbringing, education, care, medical decisions, mental health decisions of their child.”
“They need to assert that right with their school,” she remarked.
Littlejohn spoke with Fox News host Laura Ingraham last week on the subject and how she has found herself at the center of the Parental Rights in Education fight after her daughter’s school allegedly attempted to change her child’s gender without parental consent. Her attorney was also in the audience.
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“After we filed a lawsuit, predictably, the school district filed a motion-to-dismiss. We have filed an opposition to that and we’re waiting on the ruling. But what’s more important is that we’re hearing the same exact MO of excluding and deceiving parents, exactly what we heard here, from parents literally around the country. But the good news is that parents are fighting back and they’re filing lawsuits all around the country,” Broyles told Ingraham.
“And here in Florida, governor, not only are parents protected by the United States Constitution but they’re protected by the Parent Bill of Rights and the Parents Rights in Education law that you signed into law. Thank you,” she added to loud applause for Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) who was sitting on stage.
The bill I signed today protects Florida parents like January Littlejohn. School officials manipulated her daughter to “transition,” calling her a male name & pronouns without January’s knowledge or consent. This is wrong & today’s legislation will ensure it doesn’t happen again. pic.twitter.com/qH4VKUgmkO
— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) March 28, 2022
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