Lindsey Patrick-Wright recounted to the Wilson County School Board in Tennessee some of the things yelled at her 13-year-old child to call out a proposal that would require teachers to out trans students.
A mother of an LGBTQ+ sixth-grade student in Tennessee called out the Wilson County Schools at a board meeting for the bigoted policies she was vehemently against.
Lindsey Patrick-Wright recited a list of anti-LGBTQ+ statements that were yelled at her lesbian daughter Pippy, who attends West Wilson Middle School in Mount Juliet.
Patrick-Wright said Pippy came out to her family when she was in the fourth grade. Six months later, Pippy asked to be referred to by using she/they pronouns.
During the public comments section, Patrick-Wright read aloud some of the hateful comments aimed at her daughter.
You can listen to her speech in the video here.