High school girls afraid to use the bathroom after transgender bathroom policies put in place

By Jonathon Van Maren

Over and over again, we are told by LGBT activists that our schools must be transformed for the children. The massive changes to the curriculums, the transgender bathrooms, the revolutionary new ideologies—we are told that these are simply responses to the grassroots demands of parents and students, who have independently discovered that the way we understood the world for the entire history of Western civilization is, apparently, both hateful and inaccurate.

But nobody appears to have actually asked the students what they want. These policies are justified on the basis that the children need them, but in many instances, the precise opposite turns out to be the case. When one school in Alberta decided to bring in gender-neutral bathrooms back in 2017, many students avoided them because, as any idiot knows, boys and girls generally feel uncomfortable doing their business in a stall next to a member of the opposite sex. Lineups began to form outside the gender-specific bathrooms, and students trekked all the way across the school to avoid using the gender-neutral bathrooms.


3 thoughts on “High school girls afraid to use the bathroom after transgender bathroom policies put in place

  1. crystal says:

    this makes me sick to my stomach , its like trying to make people trudeau , why push gender onto innocent people who don’t agree , its like pushing a religion, this is not gonna end well!!!!!

  2. Ina says:

    I hope they just go back to the old way. If somebody is really adamant about having their own washroom, then maybe revisit the issue but it just looks like nobody really wants a gender-neutral bathroom.

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