RICHMOND, VA — (10-14-22) — Virginia parents could face a felony or misdemeanor charge if they do not affirm their child’s sexual orientation and gender identity, according to Virginia state Delegate Elizabeth Guzmanwith (D), who plans to introduce legislation in Virginia’s upcoming session.

Thousands of students in Virginia have walked out of class protesting Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s newly proposed policies on the treatment of transgender students at school. The unfortunate thing about the Republican’s dark age ideology, school districts and school administrators shouldn’t keep parents in the dark about their child’s sexual orientation and gender identities.

In this reporter’s opinion, I guess he’s never been educated on how parents do not discuss sexuality with their parents nor do they discuss coming out of the closet for fear of being exiled from the family.

“These same progressives in Fairfax County actually believe they should lock parents out of their children’s lives,” Youngkin said at a “parents matter” rally back in September. “They think parents have no right to know what your child is discussing with their teacher or counselor.” said Youngkin.

In response to Youngkin’s proposed model policy on the treatment of transgender students at Virginia schools, Democratic Virginia Delegate Elizabeth Guzman plans to take legislative actions.

“The day that Gov. Youngkin wanted to implement this policy, I immediately texted the policy lead of that committee and said, this is how we’re going to push back,” said Guzman.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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