Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia will be hosting a taxpayer-funded LGBT panel discussion during the upcoming school year to discuss topics on gender identity and transgenderism but won’t say if medical experts who believe gender dysphoria is a mental health issue will be invited to speak. The panel discussion, previously titled “Coming Out and Coming Around,” was initially organized for “parents, counselors and LGBT adolescents” to share their experiences and

answer questions for the community. While it was scheduled to be held on July 18 it has since been postponed for the fall. FCPS spokesperson John Torre confirmed in an email to The Christian Post on Thursday that the panel “has been postponed until later in the year.” A new description for the panel says that the aim is to “educate, support, and promote acceptance in our community.” It has also dropped the segment on “adolescents” speaking about their experiences. READ MORE