School nurse suspended after revealing kids are on puberty blockers without parental knowledge

Kathleen Cataford/ Facebook

Public schools in the United States are increasingly being revealed as hunting and grooming grounds for homosexuals and other exploiters of children, with the predation hiding behind a mask of open-mindedness, “enlightened” leftist tolerance, and of course “pride.”

Meanwhile, childhoods are being destroyed.

Now a school nurse in Connecticut has gone public with the things she is seeing, posting on Facebook that an 11-year-old girl at the school where she worked was taking puberty blockers and that a dozen others had been led into identifying themselves as “non-binary.”

Puberty blockers are actual, chemical drugs that inhibit a child’s natural sexual development. Supporters of transgenderism say these chemicals “save” children from having to adjust to body changes that makes them feel uncomfortable.

Most concerning of all, many of the pupils were keeping this information secret from their parents with the help of school staff, teachers, and social workers, according to WSFB in Hartford.

Nurse Kathleen Cataford was suspended on March 28 from her job at Richard J. Kinsella Magnet School in Hartford after her Facebook post was branded transphobic. Posting to a local mom’s group in reply to a request for school recommendations, the 77-year-old nurse wrote: “Investigate the school system curriculum … CT is a very socially liberal, gender-confused state.

“As a public school nurse, I have an 11 yo female student on puberty blockers and a dozen identifying as non-binary, all but two keeping this a secret from their parents with the help of teachers, SSW [social workers], and school administration.

“Teachers and SSW are spending 37.5 hours a week influencing our children, not necessarily teaching our children what YOU think is being taught.” Cataford went on to assert that “children are introduced to this confusion in kindergarten.”

Hartford School District Officials acted on the Facebook posting after the 11-year-old’s mother saw it and went to school officials.

Hartford Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Leslie Torres-Rodriguez issued a statement condemning Cataford’s revelations but did not name the nurse.

“Hartford Public Schools strives to provide an inclusive environment where all students feel seen, valued, respected, and heard,” the statement read.

As for students’ parents and families, however, apparently, they deserve to be betrayed, deceived, abused, and emotionally and physically separated from their children.

The district has started an investigation to determine whether Cataford will continue to work at the school.


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