If this story doesn't make your blood boil, nothing will.
A school in Clay County, Florida was counseling a 12-year-old girl who was "gender confused" in an "affirming" manner without the knowledge or consent of her parents.
The parents didn't find out about the school's actions until the girl tried to commit suicide.
This is where wokeness in the schools leads.
The local news report goes into more detail about how the parents in this case are fighting back.
A Clay County father said his rights as a parent were violated and now he's taking the school district to court.
The suit, filed by Child & Parental Rights Campaign, claims a school counselor held secret weekly meetings with an elementary student about a gender identity crisis for months without alerting the parents.
"It is a serious mental health decision that school personnel are not qualified, not competent, and not authorized to make," Vernadette Broyles, the organization's president, said. "Parents must be involved in these important decisions."
The father, who we are not naming to protect the identity of the child, said he was alerted on Jan. 5 that his daughter attempted to commit suicide on campus.
"It was a nightmare for us," he told Action News Jax's Robert Grant. He said the guidance counselor told him his daughter didn't want to talk about it because of her parent's Catholic faith.
"I took offense because that had nothing to do with it. I mean I don't even know if she understands our faith. That demonstrated she was ignorant about it. Our faith is one of unconditional love for our children."
The guidance counselor, essentially, decided that since the parents were Catholic it would be better to hide this issue from them.
You know that strange religious cult that thinks girls are girls and boys are boys? The exact same thing that was believed by literally everyone until five minutes ago?
We have to keep kids protected from their kooky religious parents who won't affirm their confusion!
The suit was filed Monday in federal court.
"To protect the rights of parents to be able to raise their children, to direct the care of their child, in accordance with their faith and without the interference of government officials," Broyles said.
The suit alleges that school leaders encouraged others to call the 12-year-old a boy and gave her a new name without the parents knowing.
A Jacksonville counselor told Action News Jax that confidentiality is protected until the child presents a danger of harming themself or others, then they must notify the parent.
The fact that this counselor doesn't think that changing one's gender is harmful to a child tells you everything you need to know.
Government schools are a mess. Fortunately, these lawsuits are happening all over, and the state of Florida is bringing legislation to stop these harmful institutions.
I'll say it again, public schools are no place for children. They are being taught harmful things, and it's designed so parents don't find out until it's too late.