I oppose this because:
** Religious views
**The conversation should be at home
**Children naturally go through phases and are curious
**Children are naive and question things, that doesn't make them a bully. They're learning.
**Some will think it's funny and will try it as a joke
**Schools already have a plan for bullying
**Protection for my children possibly being exposed to the opposite sex at an inappropriate age
**Embarrassment in either case
**Schools should stick to teaching the essentials
**If a young girl identifies as a boy, and then takes sexual education with the sex that they identify with, is that necessarily educating them about the changes their body is truly going to go through? Like it or not, men and women's bodily functions are different and that's the way God intended it to be.