A Christian couple who pulled their young children out of school because of the school’s transgender policy is unwavering in their stance, despite increased persecution. The parents are now suing the school, which calls the parents “transphobic.”  Lawyers for the couple will argue that the school is discriminating

against them by implying that their Christian faith makes them transphobic. They also say England’s Equality Act, which protects transgender rights, should not apply to people under age 18. Nigel and Sally Rowe of Isle of Wight, England, removed their two young sons, ages six and eight, from the unidentified Church of England school because the school allows boys to wear dresses to school and otherwise dress as girls.  READ MORE