BREAKING: School Teacher Sues Loudoun County Public Schools For Trying To Bully Him Into Calling Transgender Students Their Preferred Pronouns

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On Friday, the Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter to Loudoun County Public Schools on behalf of an elementary school teacher who was suspended by administrators at Leesburg Elementary School for objecting to two proposed school regulations during a school board meeting's public comment period.

The regulations would have required him to call students by their preferred gender as opposed to their biological sex. The teacher, Tanner Cross, objected at the meeting, stating it violated his religious beliefs to call students anything other than their biological sex.

Tanner was placed on administrative leave two days after the meeting, according to a letter from the school, and that he was "Pending an investigation of allegation that [he] engaged in conduct that had a disruptive impact on the operations of Leesburg Elementary School."

Tyson Langhofer, director of the Alliance Defending Freedom Center for Academic Freedom, said in a statement that "Public schools have no business compelling teachers to express ideological beliefs that they don't hold, but it's beyond the pale to suspend someone simply for respectfully providing their opinion at a public meeting, which is what such meetings are designed for."

Multiple studies have confirmed that a person's body stays the biological sex it was created, even after transition therapy. These studies have received very little media coverage despite being groundbreaking in the field.

The first study, by Boston University's School of Medicine, found that a man's own body will fight to preserve the chemical balances that keep him a man, even when testosterone therapy is in full swing. Another study found that women who use testosterone therapy to become men still become pregnant if they have not removed their female parts.

Further, a third study showed that testosterone therapy will not stop a woman from becoming pregnant, and that all a woman has to do to return to normal is to stop therapy for 3 months. Meaning their body fights to preserve their sex. However, the study also revealed that testosterone therapy failed to undo the natural biological process of secreting a fertility hormone that the ovaries produce. Finally, the study found that women who take testosterone therapy had completely unchanged thickness in the uterus, meaning they still had just as much a chance of getting pregnant.

Additionally, a fourth study found that men who used hormonal therapy to try to become women were able to produce sperm again after treatment stopped. Furthermore, the sperm was of the same quality as sperm that had come from someone who did not try hormone therapy. This signifies that the body did not stop being its biological sex. It merely was flooded with chemicals that tried to upset the natural processes. When the chemicals were removed, the changes stopped, proving the sex never changed in the first place.

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