Gym teachers have found themselves being coerced to oversee locker rooms and showers where biological boys and girls have been allowed to share facilities because a student from one sex has said he or she believes they are the other sex! If a teacher knows that there will be a student of one biological sex showering with students of the opposite sex, the teacher’s job will be in jeopardy if he or she refuses to oversee co-ed locker rooms and showers. POCP is headquartered in Tampa Bay. One of the Tampa Bay counties, Pasco, is an example. The rules the District has implemented regarding this – without any vote by the School Board – also forces teachers to call students by fictitious names and pronouns that are in sync with their “new gender identity”. The rules also prohibit teachers from telling parents about their children’s sexual decisions and from even alerting parents if a student of the opposite biological sex will be sharing locker and shower facilities with their children.
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Often, things are being done “under cover of darkness.” A majority of parents would be up in arms if they knew the information and negative influences their children are being subjected to. For example, some school districts in Florida are being forced to encourage students to believe they’re the opposite sex and that they were born in the wrong body.
The state’s biggest LGBT advocacy group has created an “LGBT Resource Guide for teachers”. Many of the school districts in Florida have adopted it, some because their school board attorneys aren’t familiar with this area of law and others because they advocate for the advancement of this agenda. These “guides” contain outright lies and misrepresentations to justify keeping parents in the dark about the sexual agenda being pushed in the schools and about their own children’s entanglement in these behaviors.
In Florida, boys who say they think they’re girls are allowed to compete against girls in girls’ athletic events. In 2019, the Florida High School Athletic Association put a policy into effect that says boys who say they think they’re girls have to be allowed to compete in girls’ athletic events.