Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Transgender This

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Speaking out, they knew, could make them the public face of a very private issue.

It could lead their classmates to call them “bigots,” “insensitive,” and “homophobes.”

But after seeing their high school back down to threats that the U.S. Department of Education would strip away federal funding, and watching school officials overrule their parents, a group of six high school girls in Cook County, Ill., decided to speak out.

Skoonj triggered "Why  These High School Girls Don’t Want a Transgender Freaks in Their Locker Room?"

Are you shitting me?  How is this even a conversation?  How did we get here?  Who is responsible?  Why weren't they removed from any position of responsibility at the first sign of cockamamieness?  You can profoundicate until the cows come home, but will eventually hit hard rock when you come to Liberal news media, and that certainly includes Hollywood.  With that sorted, ponder the question, "How Do We Stop Them?" The answer is simple; what ever just popped into your head
do it now.  No holds barred. That's the answer.


Anonymous said...

It's not just Title IX (enacted in 1972) but the Civil Rights Act of 1964 also confirms the right of access.

BTW, there are some 250 municipalities in the US that have laws confirming right of access as well as a number of states.

For example Massachusetts law is clear and the State Dept of Education has issued formal guidance on the subject


The discussion of locker rooms begins on the bottom of page 9 - you'll also see that the issue of privacy is addressed.

BTW, the article is incorrect when it says that this is the first time things have gone to court - Nicole Maines won the right to use the girls's washroom at her school and six year old Coy Mathis won the right to use the girls' washroom in her school (the latter due to the State human rights code).

On an only peripherally related topic, OSHA has ruled that employers must grant employees access to the facilities that correspond to their gender, not their biological sex.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Look, I've already gone into social hibernation. I ignore all this crap the best I can, but when the guns, ropes, and torches come out, I'll be there.

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