Parents who won’t let their son wear a skirt may have to be referred to social services, schools advised
Parents who refuse to let their son wear a skirt to school may need to be referred to social services, a council’s guidance has advised schools.
Mothers and fathers who dismiss a “gender questioning” child’s requests to change their name could also be a trigger for concern, according to Brighton and Hove City Council’s “Trans Inclusion Schools Toolkit”.
It comes after warnings that schools are “sowing confusion” in children’s minds by over-promoting transgender issues, and that children are being encouraged to “unlearn” the difference between boys and girls.
The guidance advises teachers on how to handle a number of different scenarios, including if parents say: “I refuse to allow my son to change his name or wear skirts”.
Schools are advised that some parents may “struggle” to accept their child’s gender identity and it may be a long time before they accept the change.
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