Biological girls in Palatine, Illinois will now be forced to share locker rooms and bathrooms with boys who identify as girls.
The school district’s new policy will allow transgender students to be treated in a manner consistent with their gender identity. That includes access to bathrooms and locker rooms.
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Some biological females were devastated and horrified at the prospect of boys disrobing in their locker rooms.
“I feel uncomfortable that my privacy is being invaded,” Burca told the Daily Herald. “As I am a swimmer, I do change multiple times naked in front of the other students in the locker room. I understand that the board has an obligation to all students but I was hoping they would go about this in a different way that would also accommodate students such as myself.”
School Policy is Child Abuse
It’s child abuse, folks — especially in this #MeToo era.
First Liberty Institute’s Jeremy Dys was a guest on the Todd Starnes Show. He said the school district is turning classrooms into social science labs where they are experimenting with students. Click here to listen to the interview.
NPR reports if a biological female feels uncomfortable changing around a transgender student, there are private areas to use or accommodations can be made on request.
Transgender Activists Celebrate Ruling
In other words, the rights of biological females have sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.
Transgender activists are celebrating – calling to a great first step to invading locker rooms and bathrooms across the nation.
It appears common sense and decency has been flushed down the toilet in Palatine, Illinois.
Take a minute & watch this: A teenage girl fighting tears because her school board ruled that bathrooms are open to anyone who identifies as a girl. She is terrified that a boy will see her naked, & her privacy concerns are dismissed. She is collateral damage for trans activists. pic.twitter.com/DdecRzbZZh
— Jonathon Van Maren (@JVanMaren) November 18, 2019