U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Transgender Bathroom Mandate

 

The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked a 4th Circuit Court order mandating that schools nationwide open their locker rooms, showers, and bathroom facilities to students based upon their gender identity claims.  The Virginia school board that had originally been struck down by the Circuit Court is still planning to appeal to the Supreme Court to overrule the order entirely.

This is a huge — albeit, temporary — victory for privacy and safety rights for students, as well as state and local sovereignty, in the United States.

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3 replies
  1. TIBOR OSZTRO
    TIBOR OSZTRO says:

    THANK GOD, THERE IS SOME SENITY AND LOGIC LEFT THAT WE CAN COUNT ON. THIS RIDICULES NONESENSE HAS TO STOP ACROSS THE BOARD. WHO ARE THESE INSANE IDIOT PEOPLE, WHO DREAM UP THESE SICK, COMPLETLY SICK IDEAS, THAT SUPPOSEDLY BY ADOPTING THEM OUR LIVES WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE BETTER. HAIL THE SUPREME COURT AND PLEASE POLITICS FREE, ELLIMINATE THESE IDIOTS, WHO WOULD BE WILLIBNG TO TURN COMMON SENCE UPSIDE DOWN. THANK YOU.!!

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  2. Jackie Murphy
    Jackie Murphy says:

    This is as it should be. It is one thing to have unisex bathrooms where there are stalls for privacy. A locker room does not offer that. People need to be honest with themselves. Most of us would not be comfortable with the opposite gender in a locker room, whether male or female. We do not need to give perverteddisgusting people an opportunity to abuse the mandate for transgender bathroom use.

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