KIEL, WI – According to reports, the Kiel Area School District in Wisconsin has brought forth a Title IX sexual harassment complaint against three eighth grade students at Kiel Middle School for allegedly not using a fellow student’s preferred “they/them” pronouns.

The parents of these teens have reportedly retained counsel who has already reached out to the district requesting the charges be dropped, citing that the school district has zero legal standing to bring the complaint.

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The pronoun incident/debacle reportedly occurred some time in April when the trio refused to participate in another student’s delusions. Rosemary Rabidoux is the mother of one of the 13-year-old boys, Braden, whose been charged in the matter.

Rabidoux spoke with a local Fox News outlet about the call she received from the school principal about the incident.

“I received a phone call from the principal…forewarning me, letting me know that I was going to be receiving an email with sexual harassment allegations against my son. I immediately went into shock. I’m thinking sexual harassment, that’s rape, that’s inappropriate touching, that’s incest. What has my son done?”

When Rabidoux confronted her son about the ordeal, she learned it was stemming from him and others not playing the pronoun game with one of their delusional peers.

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“What did my son do? He’s a little boy. He told me that he was being charged with sexual harassment for not using the right pronouns.”

Apparently, this fellow student who felt slighted by the three teens had announced earlier in the school year their desire to be addressed with “they/them” pronouns – which even Rabidoux admits doesn’t make sense from a proper language perspective.

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“It’s plural. It doesn’t make sense to him. I said so, I told him to call them by their names.”

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is defending the three students caught up in this Title IX case, with attorney Luke Berg noting that not only the school district is fomenting a case without merit, but the matter also likely impedes upon the First Amendment.

“It’s not sexual harassment under Title IX, under their own policy, under federal law, and it’s probably a First Amendment violation. Almost certainly, if that’s their theory, that solely using the wrong pronoun, that that would be a First Amendment violation.”

Outside of the legal aspects in the case, Berg also pointed out the blatantly inappropriate actions taken by the school district to try and make a Title IX case out of a matter involving preferred pronouns.

“Eighth-graders shouldn’t be subjected to this kind of investigation or this type of reputational harm for something that on its face clearly doesn’t violate Title IX in sexual harassment. Their own policy says that if on the face of the complaint the conduct, even if proven, wouldn’t amount to sexual harassment it should be immediately dismissed, and that’s what should have happened here and it didn’t.”

While not specifically commenting on the matter, Kiel Area School District Superintendent Brad Ebert did release a statement that suggests they’re standing by the Title IX complaint filed.

“The KASD prohibits all forms of bullying and harassment in accordance with all laws, including Title IX, and will continue to support ALL students regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, sex (including transgender status, change of sex or gender identity), or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability (‘Protected Classes’) in any of its student programs and activities; this is consistent with school board policy. We do not comment on any student matters.”

The attorney representing the three teens stated that the families have asked for the school district to respond to their request to drop the matter by May 20th. If the request goes unfulfilled, Berg stated that they’ll likely bring legal action against the school district.

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