The WOKEs are alive and well in the administrative offices of Kiel Middle School.
A Wisconsin middle school is charging three boys with sexual harassment for calling a classmate the “incorrect pronouns.”
The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) wrote a letter to Kiel Area School District administrators urging them to drop the Title IX complaint and investigation against the eighth graders.
The complaint in March began after the boys used a biologically correct pronoun when speaking about a classmate rather than using “they/them,” the pronouns the student prefers.
“I received a phone call from the principal over at the elementary school, forewarning me; letting me know that I was going to be receiving an email with sexual harassment allegations against my son,” Rosemary Rabidoux, a parent of one of the boys, told Fox 11.
“I immediately went into shock. I’m thinking, sexual harassment? That’s rape, that’s inappropriate touching, that’s incest,” she said. “What has my son done?”
The principal told Rabidoux her son is facing sexual harassment charges for not using proper pronouns.
“I thought it wasn’t real. I thought this has got to be a gag, a joke – one has nothing to do with the other,” she said.
Using biologically correct pronouns does not constitute as sexual harassment under Title IX and is protected by the First Amendment, WILL stated.
District superintendent Brad Ebert defended the school in a statement to ABC 2.
“The KASD prohibits all forms of bullying and harassment in accordance with all laws, including Title IX, and will continue to support ALL students regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, sex (including transgender status, change of sex or gender identity), or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability (‘Protected Classes’) in any of its student programs and activities; this is consistent with school board policy. We do not comment on any student matters,” he said.
WILL observed that the district’s position seams to be that as soon as a student announces new pronouns, any subsequent “mispronouning” is classified as punishable sexual harassment in violation fo Title IX, which is meant to protect people from sex-based discrimination.
“School administrators can’t force minor students to comply with their preferred mode of speaking. And they certainly shouldn’t be slapping eighth graders with Title IX investigations for what amounts to protected speech,” WILL Deputy Counsel Luke Berg said. “This is a terrible precedent to set, with enormous ramifications.”
The parents of middle school students are considering legal action following a Wisconsin school district’s moves against their children.
The parents are upset, according to KMOV, after they received a letter in April from the Kiel Area School District (KASD) informing them that their eighth-graders are under investigation and have been charged with sexual harassment by the district for using the wrong pronouns in reference to a classmate.
The parents, through a letter from their attorney at the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), said the district’s stance has no legal standing and that the charges and investigation should be dropped immediately or legal action could be brought.
……The move from the Wisconsin school district comes after a teacher in Kansas who was suspended in March for using not using the preferred pronouns of transgender students sued the school and won.
……Luke Berg, WILL’s deputy counsel, sent a statement to Newsweek saying that he gave the school district a deadline to put an end to its actions.
“The district has until Friday to respond to our request to drop the Title IX complaint and investigation against our clients,” Berg said. “We remain hopeful that the district will do the right thing. All legal options will remain on the table in the event the district refuses to drop the complaint and investigation.”
The entire school system has become a sick, depraved institution of standardized brainwashing.
Parents are tired of it and the bullying that takes place when they speak out against it.