Actress outraged over law requiring parental approval for preferred pronouns in schools

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(FOX NEWS) – “She-Hulk” star Tatiana Maslany put a newly-enshrined-into-law parental rights law on blast, calling the measure “absurd” and an “overreach.”

“It should not be in the control of the parents how a child identifies; how a child knows them self to be,” Maslany, who starred as the title character for the “She-Hulk” series, told local reporters after a recent event at the Canadian Walk of Fame. “That isn’t a parent’s place – it’s an overreach. It’s an overreach on the part of the provincial government to legislate that. It’s absurd,” she added.

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The law, which went into effect in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan after being signed into effect in October, requires school staff to get parental permission before using a student’s new preferred name or gender identity.

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