THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — It’s settled. The battle between the parents of a transgender third grader and the Nashua, NH school district over the child’s clothes and restroom use at school has ended with an agreement between the two parties. Reportedly, the agreement allows the child to dress as she chooses and she can use the girl’s restroom.
Neither party has yet to comment on the specifics of the agreement.
Janson Wu, the family’s attorney: “I think that as the environments become more and more welcoming to transgender and gender variant youth, we’re going to see a lot more students coming out. And that’s something that schools and parents will need to be prepared to deal with. Children often have difficulty having schools respect them for who they believe they are.”
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This is a step in the right direction. While I agree that each student should not have to make an agreement with the District, I applaud Superintendent Mark Conrad for his acceptance and willingness to address trans students well-being.