Dozens of teachers in Saskatchewan, Canada, have signed a petition calling on school divisions not to follow the province’s pronoun law. The law, passed in October, prevents children under 16 from changing their names or pronouns at school without parental consent. Teachers who do not follow the law may face consequences, although the province has not provided details on what those consequences may be. The petition argues that the legislation harms gender-diverse students by potentially forcing them to come out or have teachers misgender them. School divisions across Saskatchewan are currently reviewing their guidelines in response to the law.