A Virginia father slammed a school district for planning to spend nearly $11 million to cater to transgender students for restrooms and lockers.
The Loudoun County School District wants to remove sex designations on bathrooms to allow boys and girls to share restrooms, but community members are concerned it would just allow for more sexual assault in a district that already had a biological male wearing a skirt who allegedly raped a female student in the girls’ bathroom.
The policy states it will “modernize school restrooms and locker rooms to improve student privacy and to promote the creation of single-user restrooms that are available to all students.”
Michael Rivera, a father of two and school board candidate in the district, called the policy an “insulting” waste of taxpayer dollars that overlooks issues affecting students with special needs.
“This flies in the face of all of the cries from the community,” Rivera told Fox News. “The community is clearly outraged. We’re talking about several hundred-million dollars if, in fact, this is rolled out through the county.”
The policy is a pilot program that only applies to four schools out of approximately a hundred, which means the funding could balloon way beyond $11 million.
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