Randolph High School backs down over ‘transgender’ incident after ADF files lawsuit

By Bob Adelmann | The New American

Lawyers representing Randolph Union High School (RUHS) in Randolph, Vermont, persuaded school officials to drop their threats of punishment upon receiving a 124-page lawsuit filed by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).

At issue: the school’s determination to force its transgender policies upon a 14-year-old girl and her father. For daring to question those policies — i.e., complaining when a male who declared himself to be a female entered the girls’ locker room to observe them undressing — RUHS officials demanded that the student, Blake Allen, “take part in a restorative circle … to help her understand the rights of [transgender] students to access public accommodation … in a manner consistent with their [self-proclaimed] gender identity.”

School officials also demanded that her father, Travis Allen, apologize for a Facebook post challenging the mother of the transgender male/female over the veracity of a Facebook post she made defending her transgender male/female son/daughter.

Read full article at The New American.

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One thought on “Randolph High School backs down over ‘transgender’ incident after ADF files lawsuit

  1. Long past due. We all need to stand up and draw a line in the sand. So tired of liberals/progressives acting as arbiters of all that is good and normal. Stop telling me that what was abnormal is now normal and acceptable and if we don’t agree then there is something wrong with us. Our local library is now hosting drag queen story hours. Grown men dressing up as some ridiculous caricature of women and gyrating in front of children is not normal and those participating in this crap need therapy, not a stage to perform on.

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