I strongly oppose these proposed policies for our public schools for the following reasons:
1) Science is about learning from what nature reveals to us. We can't impose on nature our ideas of what it should be.
2) The human body reveals to us its masculinity or femininity. We can't impose on our bodies our idea of what it should be.
3) The proposed policy changes would effectively ban thinking about the human body according to #1 and #2.
4) For many people, this is also a moral an faith-based issue, and to implement the proposed policies would be to say, "If you disagree with our point of view (read: our beliefs), you will be penalized." This is tantamount to religious discrimination, and is unacceptable.
5) It is better to affirm the natural masculinity or femininity of a particular person, rather than to affirm the idea that something is wrong with the way his/her body is.