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Mother of trans kid gives amazing smackdown to parents suing school for allowing trans girl to wear a skirt

Now this is a parent that should be seen on every TV show

Mother of trans kid gives amazing smackdown to parents suing school for allowing trans girl to wear a skirt
This mum shows how to a proper parent to a trans kid

The mother of a trans child has given an amazing telling off to the parents suing a school for allowing a trans girl to wear a skirt.

Mienna Jones, who has a six-year-old trans son, firmly put Nigel Rowe and wife Sally on the naughty step on This Morning.

The Rowes have removed their sons, aged six and eight, from an unnamed Church of England school in the Isle of Wight and are now home schooling them.

They believe the school’s acceptance is creating ‘confusion’.

The school, according to them, has ‘breached their right’ to raise their kids in line with their Christian beliefs.

Appearing on the ITV morning show, Jones said her six-year-old trans son Dextor is more intelligent and more mature than the Christian couple.

‘In this day and age I couldn’t believe we still have this level of ignorance and lack of acceptance,’ she said.

‘I wasn’t going to discuss Sally and Nigel but Dexter has more maturity. He is fully aware who he is. This is his choice, nothing pushed from home.

‘When he asks, “Mummy I was born wrong, when will they fix me?”.

‘That’s not something any of us have ever said to him, that’s something he feels.’

These parents want to sue school for being supportive to a trans student

These parents want to sue school for being supportive to a trans student

The Rowes have claimed ‘it is wrong to encourage very young children to embrace transgenderism – boys are boys and girls are girls.’

Mother on their trans child: ‘It’s not a choice.’

Repeatedly vowing they are now transphobic, they insisted it was ‘wrong’ for children to be taught to accept trans and non-binary identity.

And Jones had an issue with that as well.

‘The other thing they kept saying, I got the impression they thought being transgender was wrong,’ she replied.

‘[Nigel Rowe] made it feel like it’s a choice. It’s not a choice, just like being gay. Your child is your child.’


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