I believe this policy is one sided and does not protect everyone. What about how it makes other children feel? I believe you should love everyone and meet people where they are, but what about the kids who feel uncomfortable. Telling parents that they cannot encourage them to embrace their god given birth sex is discrimination against other peoples religion (in the context of you teaching them that they can choose and putting new ideas in their head vs. already struggling with it) It will cause bullying towards people of religion, do we not care about them? If you are not religious then of course you wouldn't care how they would feel because it does not pertain to you. We must respect one another and not choose only one. Why are there not classes to teach people how to love another despite their differences and opinions?