Rachel Levine: LGBT Children Need To Replace Parents With ‘Supportive Adult’
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- Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine said some “LGBTQI+” children need to replace their parents with “one supportive adult” while criticizing a parental rights law as “a gag rule” in a video clip posted on Twitter Tuesday.
- “One supportive adult,” Levine, who is transgender, said in the clip posted on Twitter. “I’d love it if that was always the parent, but it’s not always a parent. Frequently it’s a teacher, or a guidance counselor, or some other coach or another school personnel.”
- “This law forbids kids essentially from — from talking to — to — to these people. Also it means that — that if you tell a teacher, the teacher has to tell the parent,” Levine added. “And so it really is — is a gag rule. It’s a gag law too — to — to prevent kids from accessing supportive adults.”
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