A parent has voiced outrage after a Catholic girls school in the United Kingdom told parents that students are expected to use the preferred pronouns and names of transgender classmates. According to the Catholic Herald, the headteacher at Sacred Heart High School in Hammersmith sent a letter home to parents, explaining that “as a Catholic school” it must “promote greater wholeness for transgender individuals.”

In order to do so, headteacher Marian Doyle told the parents that students should make transgender classmates more comfortable by “using the young person’s preferred pronoun and addressing them with their preferred name, recognizing their intent to live as the person they believe God created them to be, and refraining from any judgment.” READ MORE