posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 03:17 AM
I do hope these grandparents take the girl out of that school and put her elsewhere. The fact that this school labels her with gender identity issues
simply because she does not conform to a very OUTDATED idea of what girlhood is about, tells me they should be left to their backwards devices.
I was a tomboy growing up, and I still refuse to wear dresses. When I was younger, I wore jeans to my cousin's church, a fundementalist baptist
church. Id's wear a nice sweater and nice shoes with them. I never wore anything offensive, and was always covered appropriately. They took issue,
and told me I had to go change my clothes to ride the bus to church. Needless to say, I stopped going. It's certainly their right to reject me from
their congregation due to my choice of clothing. Just as it was my right to reject them and abandon their religion all together.