Residents React to Unsafe Bathroom Policy, Delay Vote

As reported Wednesday, the Colville School District Board of Directors attempted to quietly pass a policy that would allow boys to enter girls bathrooms, and vice versa, with no questions asked.

That is, until 300 Colville residents showed up at the school board meeting last night to express their concern.

Under intense and likely unexpected public pressure, the board of directors decided to table the new proposed bathroom policy to a later date.  In the meantime, parents, residents, and concerned citizens are encouraged to read this memo from Alliance Defending Freedom, explaining why schools are not legally obligated to allow students to use opposite-sex bathrooms, showers, and locker room facilities.

If you have any questions or would like to get involved in the effort to protect children from this dangerous policy, please email info@fpiw.org.


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  1. Clark Kent
    Clark Kent says:

    Will: It is not about ‘acceptance’, it is about following God’s word. You are obviously not able to do so. You really need to find a Bible believing and teaching church. And the TRUTH still is NO ONE is ‘born’ a trans-sexual, no matter how much you want to make it so.

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    • Person
      Person says:

      No one follows the letter of the Bible. Chances are very high that you don’t. Don’t tell people to abide by biblical laws. That’s not the laws we follow or we would be a theocracy.

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    • Person
      Person says:

      Actually, I was also thinking: I wonder how many acts you have already committed that would have required you to be put to death according to the Bible. Leviticus, anyone? Marrying your husbands brother in case of his death? Seriously, people invoking the Bible creep me out big time.

      DO NOT INVOKE THE BIBLE UNLESS YOU ARE ACTUALLY FOLLOWING IT. Unless you do, you are something that starts with an “h” and ends in “ypocrite” 😀 LOL

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  2. Will
    Will says:

    This is just wrong. Not the policy you’ve written about, but the way you wrote it.
    First off, your assertion that this is a “policy that would allow boys to enter girls bathrooms, and vice versa, with no questions asked,” is not true. The language used in the proposal is “gender identity,” which is defined therein as a deeply felt internal sense, not whatever gender you decided to identify as on any particular day’s whim. It is NOT free and unfettered access to whatever gender’s facility a student may wish to use on any particular day.
    Also the number of citizens that attended as written here is inflated to double what was actually there.
    I don’t know about your “family policies,” at this “institute” but one of my family’s policies is to tell the truth.

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    • Clark Kent
      Clark Kent says:

      ‘Deeply felt internal sense’. Translation: whatever gender you decided to identify as on any particular day’s whim. Catch a clue: men’s restrooms are for MEN ONLY and the ladies room is for FEMALES ONLY. I can have a ‘deeply felt internal sense’ that I am an astronaut but that does not mean I am one. Sounds like your family is not aware of God’s truths (hint: they are contained in the Bible).

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      • Will
        Will says:

        If it can change on a whim any given day, it is obviously not deeply held.
        I am well aware of the Bible, having gone to church twice a week for many years. In this instance, Matthew 19:12 comes to mind. Some people are born different, but they are still God’s children.

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        • Clark Kent
          Clark Kent says:

          Just because one claims to be ‘different’ does not mean one is exempt from God’s truths. And ‘deeply held’ is just code for ‘I will do what I want’. By the way, no one is BORN as a trans-sexual and there is ZERO scientific proof of same. Nice try at a diversion. 2 Timothy 2:19. Better think about attending a Bible believing church.

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          • Will
            Will says:

            I understand it’s something you simply can’t accept. Check the last part of the verse I referenced, particularly with the previous verse. “But he said unto them, All [men] cannot receive this saying, save [they] to whom it is given. (Matthew 19:11) And the last part of verse 12: “He that is able to receive [it], let him receive [it].”
            Your comments make you to appear to be one that cannot receive the truth.

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