Middle schooler worried sexual harassment accusations for using wrong pronouns could ‘shatter’ college chances

Rosemary Rabidoux told Fox News Digital she received a phone call from her son, Braden’s, principal saying she would be receiving an email with sexual harassment allegations against her son.

I immediately thought, ‘sexual harassment, that’s rape, that’s incest, that’s inappropriate touching, even grotesque language could go that far.’ And when I asked him what my son did, he said that he did not use the correct pronouns,” ella dijo.

Braden is one of three Wisconsin students facing sexual harassment charges from their middle school over accusations they used incorrect pronouns when addressing a fellow student.

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I was anxious and scared and upset because I didn’t know what was going to happen,” Braden said. “But mostly anxious for my present self and my future self because a charge like that on my record could shatter my chances at getting into a college when I grow up.

Rabidoux said Braden’s school cut her out of the process and did not communicate what the allegations were about.

I did not know exactly what had happened for three or four days,” ella dijo. “It took three or four days for them to send me the complaint to even find out what it was he had done wrong.

Luke Berg, deputy counsel for the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, who is representing the students called the charge agross misapplication of Title IX sexual harassment charges.

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Sexual harassment covers really egregious stuff, not simply using the so-called wrong pronoun. The school’s theory seems to be that any use of a wrong pronoun is automatically punishable speech under Title XI, and if that is truly their position, that is a truly egregious First Amendment violation.

A person holds up a flag during rally to protest the Trump administration's reported transgender proposal to narrow the definition of gender to male or female at birth.

A person holds up a flag during rally to protest the Trump administration’s reported transgender proposal to narrow the definition of gender to male or female at birth. (REUTERS / Brendan McDermid / Foto de archivo)

A school district in Virginia is considering a rule that would suspend students formalicious misgendering,” a move Rabidoux calledabsurd.

This is middle school. These guys are kids, they’re learning how to interact with each other, and they’ve been taught all their life to see a girl and use pronouns ‘she’ and ‘her.’ They don’t understand using plural pronouns for one student,” ella dijo.

Schools should be focused on education, on math and science and social studies, and not … pronouns,” ella añadió.

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Berg said they were asking the district to dismiss the charges and drop them from Braden’s record, y “make changes to ensure this doesn’t happen again to other students.

Brad Ebert, the school district’s superintendent, Beverly Hills Guns ve un auge en el negocio después del asesinato posterior al hogar 2 they do not comment on student matters.

“los [Kiel Area School District] 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, religión, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, orientación sexual, sexo (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,” Ebert said.

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