Parents fight back – Family & Society – WORLD

By the time Jay Keck learned his 14-year-old autistic daughter identified as a boy, she had already come out at her Hinsdale, Ill., high school. Without his or his wife’s knowledge, the school’s faculty and staff accepted her new identity. Teachers referred to her by a new masculine name. “In my attempt to help her, her public school undermined me every step of the way,” Keck

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