Tennessee’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Would Require Teachers To Tell Parents If Their Child Is Gay

This would certainly stop a child from coming out to a teacher, or even mentioning it in school.

The bill, SB 234, still bars Tennessee teachers from discussing any facet of “non-heterosexual” sexuality with children in grades K-8. But the newest iteration also includes a provision requiring teachers or counselors to inform the parents of some students who identify themselves as LGBT. State Sen. Stacey Campfield (R), who authored the bill the first time around and again introduced it this time, calls out students who might be “at risk,” but leaves the interpretation of that behavior to the teacher

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