Catholic school suspends students for believing in two genders

Alexander, an 11th grade student, was reportedly barred from attending St. Joseph’s Catholic High School for the remainder of the school year.

Alexander informed The Epoch Times that St. Joseph’s Catholic High School told him that his attendance at the school was “detrimental to the physical and mental well-being” of transgender students.

Alexander said the school called his beliefs “offensive” and “bullying” because there was a transgender student in his class.

Alexander insists that he has no intention of violently defending his ideology and does not feel like he is bullying anyone.

“Insult is obviously defined by the offended. I was expressing my religious beliefs in class and it got out of hand,” Alexander explained. “Not everyone will like that. That doesn’t make me a tyrant. It doesn’t mean I’m bothering anyone. They express their beliefs and I mean mine. Mine obviously doesn’t fit the narrative.”

He said: “This whole issue is not about identity. It’s about biology and morality.”

Alexander tells The postmillennial“They use it as a formality to say they’re not disciplining me and it’s just a form of exclusion to protect the other students.”

However, Alexander is already enrolled in the Catholic St. Joseph’s High School, which reportedly prevents him from enrolling in other educational programs.

Alexander said: “I am unable to pursue any other form of education because I am not allowed to choose an alternative course of education while I am enrolled on the Catholic Board. So I’m enrolled, but I’m not allowed to go to school. So I don’t really have any form of education right now.”

Alexander stated that he plans to file a human rights complaint alleging religious discrimination.

Alexander is appealing his suspension. However, his appeal is reportedly being held up because Alexander previously asked for parental independence so as not to drag his parents into this dilemma.

Alexander’s attorney James Kitchen said: “He lives with his parents and they have an excellent relationship. He seeks advice from them and they are happy to give it to him. But he leads his own life. And that’s actually intentional, because that’s how his parents raised him.”

St. Joseph’s Catholic High School principal Derek Lennox and Mark Searson, the education director for the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board, both said they could not comment on the situation.

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Laura Coffey

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