The Pasco County school board recently held a meeting packed with objecting parents, after which the board adjourned with zero action on a policy allowing cross-sex access to private school facilities.
Despite help to appear female and policymakers’ marching orders, transgender men will always remain male. That means they commit higher rates of crimes against women.
A Florida school district allowed a self-described transgender female student access to the boys’ locker room, with no warning to parents. The first time she walked in, she caught ‘boys (literally) with their pants down.’
A Wisconsin school district will pay a transgender student $800,000 to settle a lawsuit she filed in a successful attempt to share bathrooms and overnight sleeping quarters with male high school students.
Public schools are sitting ducks for teaching transgender dogma. What rights, if any, do parents and their children retain to reject this while remaining in public-school classrooms?
Some Texas public schools allowed boys in girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms without informing parents until their daughters did. The state legislature is now hosting a vicious debate on girls’ privacy.
Despite this week’s positive religious liberty rulings, the 2015 Obergefell ruling created conflicting precedent harassing schools into controversial manifestations of unproven gender ideology.
Transgender activists are not pushing for equality but entitlement. While their distress matters, other people’s distress due to their demands does not.
Arguing that the transgender lobby’s policy preferences are today’s civil rights movement minimizes the difficulties African-American people experienced and misrepresents the issue at large.
What transgender student Gavin Grimm needs is what all mentally ill people need: support, not enabling.
In caving to pressure from the Obama administration, Fairfax County’s school board will also put another nail in the coffin of local self-governance.
The fight to de-sex bathrooms isn’t really about safety or equal rights—it’s about further eroding individual freedom in the name of an ever-expanding centralized state.
It’s time for a better level of discourse over the push for opening bathrooms and showers to all comers. Women from the Left and Right are uniting to make that happen—and here’s the cultural argument for why.
The Left thinks it’s progress to pretend that human beings won’t do bad things simply because we don’t want them to. Observant people call that pride.
While bathrooms seem fairly innocuous, schools cannot be forced to open them up to sex-confused children without also spoon-feeding gender theory to psychologically healthy kids.
A classical charter in Minnesota will de-sex its bathrooms, institute speech controls, and teach kindergarteners transgender activists’ theories about human sexuality.
Some have tried to spin the federal transgender schools directive as totally harm-free, but some really troubling parts of political gender theory present themselves immediately.
Texas is involved in suits against the federal government about abortion clinic regulations, immigration, and now school bathrooms. And that’s not all.
Federal control over public schools has sent them into a death spiral, exemplified in the Obama administration’s new demands. Families need a new education ecosystem free from federal bullying.
The LGBT mob threatens states with economic and social violence because they know it works. Its latest target is North Carolina, but it won’t be the last.
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