If you thought only kids bullied each other at school, think again.
A same-sex couple in Mexico is claiming three schools discriminated against them because of their sexual orientation, according to Animal Politico, a Spanish news website.
Martha said she encountered the same homophobic response at the Senda school located in Mexico City.
The school initially admitted her children, but then expelled them. Senada claimed other parents wouldn't be welcoming of their family.
"They began by telling me that they wanted the school to be more open, but unfortunately, the parents of the other children were very 'Catholic' and they couldn't accept my children," told Animal Politico. "Plus the school didn't want the other children to bully my children for having two moms. They said they preferred to 'protect' them and shield them from that 'suffering.'"
This week, Martha filed a discrimination claim, after her kids were rejected for a third time.
Martha filed a claim with Mexico's Council for the Prevention and Elimination of Discrimination after looking into MiKínder, a 'secular' school that has ties to a Catholic organization.