A high school in Florida is offering refunds on its yearbook and reprinting an edited version after some deemed its LGBTQ+ content inappropriate.
Lyman High School in the city of Longwood is doing damage control on this year’s tomes — which included two pages dedicated to LGBTQ+ identity, Click Orlando reported.
Students received their yearbooks weeks ago and graduation was on May 17.
The commemorative books featured a glossary of terms such as “genderfluid,” “sexual orientation,” “queer” and “nonbinary” along with photos of students and their quotes on the subject.
“This gender ideology crap has parents in an uproar because it’s disgusting and wrong for an adult to sexualize a minor,” parent Sharmon Craft said in a since-deleted Facebook post.
“The district superintendent is ordering the school to give full refunds or have the books reprinted without the glossary of perverse sexual attractions and pronouns.”
Danielle Pomeranz, the school’s former yearbook advisor, supports the content and resigned because of the decision to reprint them without the LGBTQ+ pages.
“We think that it’s important that our book remains inclusive and represents all of the students at Lyman High School,” Pomeranz told the outlet.