Montgomery County Public Schools uses “Gender Unicorn” to teach children that gender exists on a spectrum; promotes “Deadname Remover” app to students to remove their given name from web browsers


Montgomery County Public Schools has a page for LGBTQ issues online that explicitly promotes gender ideology. One resource on this page is the “Gender Unicorn.” The “Gender Unicorn” is an image that schools have used in an attempt to teach children that gender exists on a spectrum. The district’s “Gender Unicorn” document provides the following definition for “gender identity”:

One’s internal sense of being male, female, neither of these, both, or another gender(s). Everyone has a gender identity, including you. For transgender people, their sex assigned at birth and their own internal sense of gender identity are not the same. Female, woman, and girl and male, man, and boy are also NOT necessarily linked to each other but are just six common gender identities.

The school district also has a “MoCo Pride Calendar for MCPS” with a list of LGBTQ events through each week in June to celebrate pride month. Events and activities include “Pride Prom Survey,” “Q Chat Space ages 13-19,” “Baltimore Trans Pride,” “DC Pride Parade,” “Witching Hour: Out of the (Broom) Closet,” and a “Deadname Remover” app. The description of the “Deadname Remover” app states: “An easy to use Google Chrome plugin to automatically remove and replace deadnames. Once installed, a page should open where you can edit your name and deadname settings.”

The school district promotes a “Deadname Remover” app.
The app removes a person’s given name from web browsers.