FL Middle School Teaching “Science of Being Transgender”

April 7, 2022 Updated 2:43 PM ET

"Science of Transgender" assignment at Fletcher Middle School (FCV)

April 7, 2022 Updated 2:42 P.M. ET

JACKSONVILLE BEACH (FCV) – Duncan U. Fletcher Middle School, a public school in Duval County, is teaching students about the “Science of Transgender” using a YouTube video featuring anti-Trump Canadian celebrity Gigi Lazzarato.

A required assignment directs students to the YouTube video by popular channel AsapSCIENCE to learn about things like “Why is the simple XX or XY chromosome characteristic complex?,” and, “transgender people [here are] still suffering from more ___ and ___ than the general public.”

Lazzarato blasted Former President Donald Trump in 2017 for rescinding Obama-era rules that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms that matched their “gender identity.”

In the video, Lazzarato noted that transgenders have a higher risk of suicide, anxiety, and depression.

However, she cites disputed “science” that suicide invariably decreases after gender reassignment surgery, which involves the removal of the patient’s original genitalia.

A source told FCV that parents need to be more aware of what the school is teaching their children.

Sexual education usually occurs during middle school. However, not all middle schools delve into ‘transgenderism’ as a topic, as gender dysphoria is a clinically significant impairment that deviates from the rigid sexuality of humans (intersex notwithstanding) – specifically, male and female.

H.B. 1557, the Parental Rights in Education Act, only applies to grades K-3. However, new Florida laws would allow parents to object to class instructional material and have it reviewed by the state.

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