After Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill outlawing sexual orientation and gender identity instruction in grades K-3, the left responded with common complaint:

Pansexual Florida Teacher Fired For Discussing Sexual Orientation With Her Middle School Art Class

After Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill outlawing sexual orientation and gender identity instruction in grades K-3, the left responded with a common complaint:

Where is this happening?

The liberals claimed that the law was not only hateful but unnecessary because no one was “grooming” young students by talking up sex in class.

Now, we have Casey Scott.

Scott, a middle school teacher from Cape Coral, claims she was fired after telling students at Trafalgar Middle School she was “pansexual.”

As The Daily Mail of London reported, Scott also “encouraged her art students to express themselves through flags, with some drawing the rainbow gay pride flag and others choosing the light blue, pink and white stripes of the transgender flag.”

Scott told reporters that she was let go because of a discussion on sexuality. “A discussion happened in class, and because of that, now I’m fired,’ Scott claimed.

The students reportedly asked about her in her telling, and she answered, “I like anyone despite male, female, non-binary, transgender.”

According to Newsweek, Scott said, “A lot of the kids came up to me and said I’m non-binary and a couple kids said I’m bi, and one kid said they were gay.” She added that “some of the students wondered about her and asked her sexual orientation.”

That’s when she answered.

On Facebook, Scott’s father defended her, saying, “She answered it [the question] without thinking of how it may be used against Her by Her own Administration. She never purposely told them Her orientation to make them feel anything? She simply answered a question.”

The Lee County school district asserted that parents complained about the flag-drawing assignment. School officials also said that Scott “strayed from the curriculum.”

While Scott blamed Florida’s new Parental Rights in Education law, which bans school districts and classroom teachers from implementing sexual orientation or gender identity lessons, the law does not take effect until July 1.

Still, on Twitter, Bryan Fischer, the former director of issues analysis for the conservative American Family Association, observed, “She can’t say she wasn’t warned. Florida is serious about protecting the sexual innocence of students.”

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