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(iStock) A British family is planning to sue their six-year-old son’s school after boys were allowed to come to class in dresses. Husband and wife Nigel and Sally Rowe, removed their son from the elementary school after a male classmate arrived in a dress. PRINCE GEORGE'S STYLISH TEACHER WINS OVER THE INTERNET “A child aged six would sometimes come to school as a girl or sometimes comes to school as a boy,” Mr. Rowe reportedly told The Sunday Times. “Our concerns were raised when our son came back home from school saying he was confused as to why and how a boy was now a girl,” he continued. “We believe it is wrong to encourage very young children to embrace transgenderism, boys are boys and girls are girls.” The couple is mounting legal action เสื้อครอบครัวราคาส่ง against the school, arguing that it is not respectful of their Christian values to teach gender ambiguity to their young son. The Telegraph reported that Mr. and Mrs. Rowe plan to educate their six-year-old at home along with his eight-year-old brother who was pulled from the same school last year when a boy in his class started wearing dresses.
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