If you ever wondered why people call California the land of fruits and nuts you’re about to find out, and it’s going to make perfect sense.

A boy who identifies as a transgender girl was “forced” to abide by the laws of science and nature and wear a male school uniform by the private school he attends, a move that deeply angered his parents.

In typical liberal fashion, the family has decided to file a lawsuit against the institution for not encouraging their son to indulge his mental illness.

I guess the fact this is a private institution that is not mandatory attendance for the child has escaped their thinking, as they could’ve taken the cheaper, easier route and just went elsewhere if it was really that much of an issue.

From IJR:

The Orange County Register reported the lawsuit claims Heritage Oak Private School represents itself as nondiscriminatory, but the parents say the school made their daughter use the boy’s bathroom and wear the boy’s uniform:

The lawsuit says the school denied their daughter’s appeals to wear a girls’ uniform and rejected her requests to be called by the appropriate name and pronouns. The school also insisted that she use a staff restroom instead of the girls’ restroom and failed to address bullying in the classroom, according to the lawsuit.

The Register reported that the student’s mom, Priya Shah, “who taught college courses in gender and transgender theory,” said her daughter, now called Nicolle or Nikki (pictured next to her mom in the above photo), “preferred pink outfits and rainbow ponies” and liked to wear her high heels:

Just before her seventh birthday, she told her mother that she was a girl and had felt like a girl for a “long time,” according to the suit. Her parents supported her and found a therapist who specialized in gender identity for children.

The Register reports that the child’s therapist encouraged the parents to let Nikki wear girls clothes because the child was happier that way.

The lawsuit says the school denied their daughter’s appeals to wear a girls’ uniform and rejected her requests to be called by the appropriate name and pronouns. The school also insisted that she use a staff restroom instead of the girls’ restroom and failed to address bullying in the classroom, according to the lawsuit.

The parents say the accommodations the school did make were simply not going far enough. If they aren’t going to fully, joyfully embrace the madness that is transgenderism, it simply will not do.

What seems lost on these people and most LGBT activists is the fact that a private institution has the right to create any kind of policies it wants regarding who it does business with and how they conduct that business.

A private school is a free market entity and as such, can make any rules for students regarding use of its facilities and dress code it wants.

If parents disagree with those policies, they have the freedom to take their business elsewhere. That’s the beauty of the free market.

A private institution should never be required to bend its code of conduct to suit the needs of a student with mental illness. For the government to step in on this case in any capacity is a gross violation of our capitalist system.

The other question that should be asked is why the parents in this situation want to send their trans kid to a private school that doesn’t support their lifestyle choice?

I’m sure there are other, more liberal, institutions that would be more than happy to let their kid live out his delusion, so why not go there?

Is it because they can get a nice pay day or free tuition for their son if they stay and “fight the good fight?”

Regardless, this is super messed up. Get ready to start seeing this craziness all across the country, particularly in regards to religious schools as the left fights to normalize trans behavior, even if it means violating religious liberty.

 

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