Our school district fired us for sharing gender identity policy ideas on personal time

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We didn’t expect everyone to agree with our ideas. We simply wanted to start a conversation… to engage in dialogue on a topic of profound public interest and concern… to put forth possible solutions on how our community – and nation – could best help vulnerable children.

It would’ve been one thing to ignore our suggestions or even vehemently disagree with us; it’s quite another to say we’re not allowed to speak at all and to fire us for what we said.

But that’s exactly what happened to us, two public school educators in Grants Pass, Oregon.

Our goal was to promote “reasonable, loving and tolerant solutions” for gender identity education policy that “respect everyone’s rights.” (iStock)

We’ve been in the education field for many years. Rachel served as the assistant principal at

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