A lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Colorado alleges parental civil rights were violated when an extracurricular group in the Poudre School District told students to maintain secrecy regarding its subject matter.

J. Brad Bergford, a lawyer with Illumine Legal, filed a 31-page, two count lawsuit against the school district. It alleges parents of students were denied their constitutional rights under the First and 14th Amendment. One count states the parents were denied the right to direct the education and upbringing of their children. The other count claims the students were denied equal protection under the law by denying a gender support plan “where other similarly situated students are granted gender support plans.”

The suit states the school district ran 10 after-school “Genders and Sexualities Alliance” groups and introduced concepts of gender fluidity and various types of sexual attraction. The plaintiffs claim the district “engaged in a pattern and practice of keeping the (group’s) activities secret from parents.” (Excerpt from Just the News.)


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