Seattle Public Schools To Offer Free Gender Affirming Care, Referrals For Gender Mutilation Surgeries To Kids Without Notifying Parents

A dean shows off a transgender bathroom in his high school (Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images)

(Washington Free Beacon) Two Seattle public schools are offering free “gender-affirming care” to students as young as 11, while also instructing staff to hide students’ gender identity from their parents.

Both Meany Middle School and Nova High School’s medical centers list “gender-affirming care” as one of its services offered “conveniently at the school,” though they do not specify what that “care” entails. Both clinics are operated by Country Doctor Community Health Centers, which includes in its “gender-affirming care” services referrals for sex-change surgeries, “hormone therapy for adolescents,” and “assistance obtaining mental health letters of support for gender-affirming procedures.”


Staff at these schools are also instructed, per Seattle Public School District policy, to hide students’ gender identity from their parents, according to documents obtained by Parents Defending Education. It is unclear if the schools inform parents when a child seeks “gender-affirming care” at these clinics.

“It’s bad enough that medical professionals are prescribing cross-sex hormones and cutting off breasts and genitals of minors,” Erika Sanzi, director of outreach at Parents Defending Education, told the Daily Mail. “It is a whole new level of awful and terrifying for schools to be involved.”

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