Christian Teacher’s Job at Risk for Refusing to Use Preferred Pronouns


The fate of a northern Virginia elementary teacher’s job remains unclear after Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) said it would appeal a judge’s order to reinstate the educator.

Bryon “Tanner” Cross, who teaches physical education, was put on administrative leave after telling the school board he won’t address children by preferred pronouns because it’s against his religion.


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