A school district in Washington state is facing criticism after a teacher at one of its elementary schools read a book promoting transgender advocacy to her students.
Young America’s Foundation, a conservative youth advocacy organization, received a tip that Jennifer Miller, a first grade teacher at Geneva Elementary School in Bellingham, Washington, located North of Seattle, read her students a children’s book titled, I am Jazz.
The book, co-authored by LGBT activist Jessica Herthel and trans-identified reality TV star Jazz Jennings, tells the story of a 2-year-old boy who begins the process of “transitioning” to look more like a girl with the approval of his parents. Read more … Source: Christian Post
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