Anna told CNA that she started by trying to understand why there were at least seven other children in her daughter’s peer group who were renamed and reassigned their gender.
“I started to hear very similar statements from my daughter and two others that were just too similar,” she said. “It was like everyone was getting their information from the same place.”
Through messages and online searches on her daughter’s computer and phone, it appeared that all of the students were echoing the same statements.
The real breakthrough appeared when she came across a download that linked to a page on the school’s counseling resources. From there, kids were connected to transgender services — most of them anonymous — putting them on a pathway to get medical-affirming procedures anonymously, Anna said.
Not uncommon stories
Stories like Anna’s are becoming less of an anomaly. Earlier this month, the Independent Women’s Forum reported on a 15-year-old girl…