‘This is happening everywhere: One day this girl is declaring she’s a boy, and a week later she’s deciding she’s not,” the mom said.

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Amber Lavigne of Maine told the National Review in a report published Friday that a school counselor secretly provided a “chest binder” to her 13-year-old daughter and encouraged the child to hide the fact she was wearing the device from her parents.

Other school staff members also helped affirm the girl’s newfound male identity, allegedly calling her a male name and using male pronouns.

Lavigne is now calling for an investigation after learning a male school employee allegedly urged her daughter to wear the breast-flattening undergarment meant to help the girl appear as a male.

The mother’s attorneys argue the school advising the child on gender transitioning behind the backs of parents is unconstitutional.

“Parents aren’t going to be able to effectively ensure the safety of their kids if they’re missing out on critical information involving their kids,” said one of Lavigne’s lawyers.

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The attorneys, working for Arizona’s Goldwater Group, sent a letter to the chairman of the Great Salt Bay school board demanding an investigation and requesting the board update its policies to state parents must be informed in situations like this going forward.

The Maine mother also revealed she’s “a Democrat who runs a mental-health-services business” that “has worked with transgender clients over the years.”

Lavigne’s party affiliation is relevant because the story comes in the wake of a massive political struggle surrounding the sexual transitioning of children in America.

The teen girl reportedly “started talking about a friend being pansexual, and another friend being polysexual,” when she was only 11 years old, with her mother thinking at the time, “Why are we talking sexual right now? You’re 11.”

The mother said this corruption of the minds of U.S. schoolchildren is “a social contagion.”

“I have people in my life who work in other public schools in Maine. This is happening everywhere: One day this girl is declaring she’s a boy, and a week later she’s deciding she’s not,” she told National Review.

When it comes to her daughter, Lavigne explained she’s “not allowing her to make life-altering decisions right now” and is concerned she could begin “taking testosterone” and “mutilate her body” when she turns 18.

“Am I going to write my kiddo off? Never in a million years. This is my baby girl. At the end of the day, I’m not going to destroy my relationship with my child to be right,” the mom added.

This war on the children of America is wreaking havoc on citizens of all races, religions and political affiliations.

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