A Christian couple plan to sue a school after it allowed a boy to be examined as a girl
Nigel and Sally Rowe said they had been bullied into “tolerating a new moral framework which strongly conflicts with what we credit in”.
They raised concerns with the head after a six-year-old boy get there came at the unnamed school dressed as a boy one day and wore girl’s clothes on another.
But the view defended its behaviour, stating: “The refusal to acknowledge a transgendered person’s truthful gender” was ‘transphobic behaviour’.”
They bring up concerns after a six-year-old boy wore girl’s clothes
I’m shocked that equitable because we question the notion that a six-year-old boy can really become a demoiselle, we are transphobic
Today, Mr Rowe, 44, from the Isle of Wight, ordered: “I’m shocked that just because we question the notion that a six-year-old boy can surely become a girl, we are transphobic.
“As Christians, we believe that all people are liked by God. But the school’s behaviour has created a clash between our family’s rights and the inflicting of this new ideology.”
The school defended its actions
The couple’s lawyers are expected to argue the school is discriminating against them by intimating their wish to bring up their sons as Christian is transphobic.
Andrea Williams, of the Christian Authorized Centre, said: “Six-year-olds are far too young to consider issues as complex as gender and sexuality.”