Report: First-grader investigated for bullying after ‘pronoun mishap’ with transgender student

A first-grader at a California school was reportedly sent to the principal’s office after calling another student by his given name, forgetting that the little boy now identifies as a girl.

The incident occurred at Rocklin Academy, the same school where a kindergarten teacher read books about being transgender to her students and hosted a “gender reveal” where one of the boys swapped clothes to “become” a girl, Todd Starnes reported for Fox News.

“This innocent little first grader sees a classmate, calls him by the name she knew him by last year and the boy reports it to a teacher,” Karen England of the public policy group Capitol Resource Institute told Fox News. “The little girl gets in trouble on the playground and then gets called out of class to the principal’s office.”

Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere discussed the “ludicrous” story on Monday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” with Pat pointing out that kids who probably can’t even pick matching clothing for themselves don’t need to make such a life-changing decision.

“First of all, for a kindergartner to be transitioning at that age? They don’t know,” Pat objected.

“You don’t know anything,” Stu agreed. “You eat paste when you’re 5 years old. This is not a time to make life decisions.”

Rocklin Academy did not inform kindergarteners’ parents that their children would be learning about being transgender or that they would witness a “gender reveal” in class.

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