We have all heard about the students who suffer from gender dysphoria and their attempts to use the bathroom of their choice. The many reasons that they give as to why they should be able to switch bathrooms. They sue to force the schools and their peers to believe their delusion.
One Virginia school board had done just that until the parents got involved. As I reported, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals finally was forced to rule in favor of a female student who calls herself Gavin.
But the victory was short-lived, as an appeal by the board to the Supreme Court brought an emergency injunction. This is most likely because the Circuit Judge reversed his original ruling based not on his understanding of the Constitution, or even interpretation of the law, but according to how the Board of Education interprets the law.
Now, there are others who have called for the injunction to become permanent.
Christian News reports:
19 state attorneys general have signed a joint legal brief backing a Virginia school district’s appeal of a ruling requiring that it allow a female student who identifies as male to use the boys’ restroom.
“The attorneys general are again stepping forward to protect children by asking the United States Supreme Court to allow school districts to avoid placing young children of opposite sex in the same bathroom or locker room,” South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said in a statement this week.
If the court rules in favor of the school, this could be a major defeat of the Obama legacy. As I reported, Obama has ordered schools to comply with his understanding of Title IX as to include gender dysphoria sufferers. In this order, issued through the Board of Education, there was the threat of loss of federal funds.
This could be the beginning of the end of this order and the tyrannical tactics of compliance.
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