‘Pansexual’ Florida Middle School Teacher Fired For Discussing Sexual Orientation With Her Students (WATCH)
A Cape Coral middle school teacher was fired for discussing her ‘pansexual’ status with her 12-year-old students.
Casey Scott was fired as an art teacher from Trafalgar Middle School just days before Governor DeSantis signed a bill protecting children against groomers.
Why is it so difficult for middle school teachers/groomers to avoid speaking about their sexual preferences and identities in their classrooms?
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“A discussion happened in class and because of that, now I’m fired,” Casey Scott told NBC2.
Scott told her middle school students in March that she was ‘pansexual,’ which means she’s attracted to all genders.
The children in her art class then designed flags to represent their sexuality – Casey Scott was told to take the flags down from the classroom door and she was subsequently terminated.
A Cape Coral Middle School teacher claims she was fired because she spoke with her students about sexuality.
She says her art students then drew flag pictures expressing their own sexuality.
Mrs. Casey Scott said school leaders made her remove the drawings and throw them out.
However, the Lee County School District claims she was fired for not following the mandated curriculum.
“A discussion happened in class and because of that, now I’m fired,” Scott said.
That discussion centered on student sexuality. She pointed to flags she said were created by students, some of whom identified as non-binary, bisexual, and gay.
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