Parents sue Wisconsin school for letting children change pronouns without their consent

Parents sue Wisconsin school

Parents in Wisconsin filed a lawsuit against a school district over a policy that allows students to change their names and pronouns without parental consent, arguing that the policy is a violation of constitutional rights.

The lawsuit against the Kettle Moraine school district was filed in Waukesha county circuit court last Wednesday by two sets of parents via the Alliance Defending Freedom and the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty – two conservative non-profits.

The school district has not commented, citing the continuing litigation.

The plaintiffs argue that the district undermined and overrode parents’ decision-making role regarding a “major and controversial” issue.