The complaint requests that the gender-related training be stopped immediately or that parents be given the option to opt their children out of participating in it.
This past week, three parents in Pennsylvania filed a federal lawsuit against their children’s first-grade teacher, alleging that by teaching their children about gender dysphoria and the process of transitioning between genders, the teacher violated district policy, state law, and the Constitution of the United States of America. The lawsuit was filed this past week. The parents contend that the conduct of the teacher constitutes a violation of the rights that are granted to their children by the Constitution.
Three mothers from Pittsburgh, Carmilla Tatel, Stacy Dunn, and Gretchen Melton, have brought legal action against the Mount Lebanon School District. The lawsuit seeks either an injunction to stop the school from implementing a gender-based curriculum or the provision of an option for parents to opt their children out of participating in the curriculum. Alternatively, the lawsuit seeks to provide an option for parents to opt their children out of participating in the curriculum.
In addition, the attorneys for the plaintiffs have asked for a jury trial to be held in federal court so that they may calculate the total amount of money that should be awarded for both compensatory and punitive damages.
In the legal action, Megan Williams, a first-grade teacher, together with the school board and superintendent of the district, are all named as defendants. In addition, the names of school officials and a principal of an elementary school are included in the document.
It is asserted that Williams’ “direct classroom education” on gender dysphoria and the use of material on the issue violated the parental rights of the pupils’ parents. Additionally, it is alleged that Williams used books on the subject.