Culture, International, Politics

Beware: Pro-Trans Lose Public Opinion, But Win in the Courts

The transgender movement may be losing the “bathroom wars” in the court of public opinion as parents fight back, but they are thus far winning in the courts of law. Earlier this month, a Missouri jury ordered a school in the Kansas City area to pay $4 million to a student who identified as transgender for denying her access to the boys’ bathroom…

The lawsuit, which was filed in 2015, alleged that the student was not permitted into either locker rooms or bathrooms at the middle school despite having changed her name and birth certificate to “male” through the Jackson County Circuit Court, meaning that the state of Missouri formally recognized the female student as male. Despite the school providing a bathroom for the student’s use, the court deemed this not good enough…

In Iowa, girls walked out of school to protest boys being allowed access to their bathrooms, holding up signs with slogans such as “We Deserve Our Privacy.” Back in 2018, a high school girl in Pennsylvania sued her school for her right to privacy after finding a boy in her bathroom. In Loudon County, Virginia, a girl was raped in the school bathroom by a boy wearing a skirt – and her father arrested when he got understandably angry at a school board meeting where bathroom policy was being discussed. Read more…

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