School board rules that biological boys can access girl’s locker room despite protest from female students

By Jonathon Van Maren

The so-called “bathroom wars” are continuing to rage across the United States, tearing school communities apart over a fundamental question: should the privacy and comfort of girls be sacrificed for the sake of a handful of students who claim to be born into the wrong bodies, often egged on by ideological sex education? The LGBT movement, unsurprisingly, is answering that question with an emphatic yes.

In Palatine, Illinois, a four-year-long debate over “access to locker rooms for transgender students” came to an end this week when the school board of School District 211 voted 5 to 2 to permit students identifying as female to use the female locker rooms. The fight began back in 2015, when Obama’s Department of Education accused the district of breaking the law for refusing to allow a male identifying as female into the girls’ locker room.

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8 thoughts on “School board rules that biological boys can access girl’s locker room despite protest from female students

  1. cris says:

    This is insanity in a world riddled with sex trafficing and increased violence of women and children!!

    Stop this nonsense. Where are the rights for children?

  2. Marka says:

    This is NOT the “LGBT movement” this is the trans ideology movement all the way. Many LGB people do not agree with this insanity. Stop conflating the two.

  3. Mary Hale says:

    AND THAT INCLUDES THE 4 LETTER F- U -C- K WORD WHICH IN MY DAY WAS USED WHEN DESCRIBING THE ASSAULT OF A WOMAN..IT MEANT THAT THE WOMAN WAS RAPED AND NOW IT’S USED AGAINST ANYBODY..SHAME ON OUR SOCIETY SHAME ON ANYBODY USING THIS HORRIBLE WORD..

    • Buffalo says:

      If you all would educate yourselves on this issue before writing. You make it sound like a boy with boy hormones is there to get off on peeking. With peer pressure at a all time high. Would a boy or girl put themselves through the abuse they receive? There is medical and mental studies to prove some of us are not in the right body. And you know most transgenders who use these facilities are scared to death. It would have not been a issue when I was in high school. I am a lesbian, now think about how I saw alot of naked girls. Same as for gay guys. So tell me which one should you worry about the Lesbian/Gay hormones raging. I used myself as a cheap shoot, when I was in high school I either dressed fast or last in to the showers. Because I felt like a peeping tom. I never looked around for fear that i make them and me uncomfortable. But there are alot that would watch. But i can say most would watch the transgender person, then they are watching the dame gender.

      • Sandra Russel says:

        Thanks for the “transplaining”. Go collect your check from the Pritzkers for your propaganda piece. Nobody is born in the wrong body, but boy oh boy you sure got something wrong with your mind there kiddo. You need professional help to align your mind with the body you were born with. It’ll be a whole lot cheaper. Whooops! I forgot that the Pritzkers of Big Pharma Investments won’t make any money cosmetically multilating children for profit if they get proper Psychological help… unlike YOU!

        • Haley says:

          Wow aren’t you hateful. Let me start by saying I am not trans, or gay or anything. Just straight. I am not for the “bathroom” policy either, and am religious.

          But the girl who replied before you is not trans. She’s a female lesbian. She was describing what it was like as a lesbian to be in a locker room, as everyone goes straight to sexual assault/harassment when talking about trans people in the opposite bathroom. She made a claim that because she wasn’t the norm, she tried to dress first or be the last one out. And wouldn’t a trans person be so much more inclined to feel that awkwardness? They would be that much more inclined to be first or dead last.

          Your comment is full of vitriol. You didn’t even acknowledge any of the points she made, which are very valid points. I am against the trans movement and what it’s trying to do, but the reasons aren’t because of sexual assault or because it’s “gross”.

          Please, don’t be hateful to those with differing viewpoints than yours. It isn’t something a morally upright person would do.

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