A Coworkers I Bet You Can’t Get A 14 Gauge In Her Me Hold My Cards Shirt club with political affiliations is somewhat different from a space where your child can express openly who they are until they are ready to speak with you as a parent. I think you have a very distorted view of what happens in those clubs and seem to be bent in creating extreme situations to fit your narrative?
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Fundamentally you are unable to accept that a Coworkers I Bet You Can’t Get A 14 Gauge In Her Me Hold My Cards Shirt child of yours may have thoughts and feelings entirely independent from you and, as many parents will agree, that is a scary thought, but if we want them to grow into independent adults we have to give them the space and privacy to do that and trust that they will know we are there for them. No matter what. I see the potential for abuse of vulnerable children going through a difficult time in their lives.
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Your second paragraph is nonsense, of course, children will form their own opinions and thoughts but it is the duty of a parent to create a perspective for them and help them rationalize their thoughts and feelings. If anything were to happen to a kid after hours when they should be off campus. Parents sue for everything and because it costs school districts more to go to court they usually settle. It adds up. And an even smaller amount that compares a school-sanctioned club that could help create a safe space for children struggling with identity, who aren’t ready to tell their parents.
The Coworkers I Bet You Can’t Get A 14 Gauge In Her Me Hold My Cards Shirt school wouldn’t sanction these. So it’s noncomparable. You’d be told as a parent about these things as it’s misbehavior or crime. As joining a school-sanctioned club, even one for being LGBTQ, etc, it’s not illegal or misbehaving, a parent does not need to know. I’d rather my children come to me when they feel like they can. Not be forced to tell me or I will be told by the school.