A group of 31 parents are suing a California school district for allowing a lesbian minister to address students during Diversity Days at Casto Valley High School.
Parents of students attending the high school say they were not informed about the pastor's visit and were outraged by the lesson she shared.
The lesbian pastor gave a presentation she titled Out for Good, where the woman allegedly discussed her homosexual lifestyle.
School Denied Parents Requests for Information
The school denied requests from parents for more information about the lesson -- so the parents decided to sue the school district.
CBN News spoke with Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute. He is the attorney representing the parents.
"She didn't discuss math and science," he explained. "Instead she discussed her homosexual wedding, the homosexual prom that her church sponsors and went out of her way to actually encourage students to attend her homosexual church where they will be embraced and affirmed in their homosexuality. When parents found out about this they were outraged."
"This is a public school and trying to use clergy privacy confidentiality as their reasoning for not disclosing these documents discussing why this outside lesbian quote unquote minister was invited to address these children without their parents knowing about it," Dacus continued.
A representative from the Castro Valley School District told CBN News that the school responded to the parents appropriately. The district is now preparing a response to the lawsuit.