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Teacher admits helping students change their gender identity without their parents’ knowledge


A high school history teacher in California has admitted to helping students change their gender identity without their parents’ knowledge.

Olivia Garrison, who is nonbinary, told the New York Times that they felt it was their job as a teacher to ‘protect kids’ – ‘sometimes from their own parents.’

‘My job, which is a public service, is to protect kids,’ Garrison said. ‘Sometimes, they need protection from their own parents.’ 

Garrison teaches at Del Oro High School in the Kern High School District (KHSD), which has a form that allows students to change their preferred name and gender marker without a parent’s signature.

The history teacher, who has previously posted on TikTok about their ‘queer safe space classroom,’ was one of the dozens of educators, public officials, and parents the New York Times spoke to about gender transitioning in schools.

Olivia Garrison, who has previously posted on TikTok about their 'queer safe space classroom,' has admitted to helping students change their gender identity without parents' knowledge

Olivia Garrison, who has previously posted on TikTok about their ‘queer safe space classroom,’ has admitted to helping students…



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