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‘Parents Aren’t Safe, But I Am’: Mom Says Daughter Was Told To Consider Being Transgender At ‘Art Club’

A Colorado sixth-grader was told to consider declaring herself transgender while attending what she thought was an after-school art club meeting last year, according to her mother and a parents’ rights organization.

The girl, who was new to Wellington Middle School in Fort Collins, was asked to join the after-school club in May of 2021 by her art teacher, according to her mother, Erin Lee. The invitation came from the girl’s home room and art teacher, according to Lee and Parents Defending Education, which is advocating for her family.

“We’re new to town; we’re new to the school, it’s the height of COVID protocols [and] our daughter hasn’t made a single connection to students her age,” Lee told Jon Caldara of the YouTube channel IITV in a recent interview. “She’s shy, artistic, introverted. Her art teacher invites her to stay one day for art club after school. Seems harmless, we agreed to it.”

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