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Judge Rules High School Girls MUST Shower With Boys, says Girls Have No Right To Privacy

A federal court permitted a lawsuit to proceed against an Illinois school district that allows high school boys to use girls’ locker rooms, restrooms and showers in order to accommodate transgender students.

But girls who don’t want to be seen naked by boys got bad news, College Fix reports. The judge ruled that they have no right to “visual bodily privacy” if the government says so.

Dozens of families sued the Chicago-area Township High School District 211 three years ago due to its policy letting students as young as 14 choose to use the locker rooms of the opposite sex.

“All the students must use the restroom with the knowledge that someone of the opposite sex is present or could walk in at any time,” their lawyers at the Alliance Defending Freedom wrote in a background document on the case.

It makes the stakes clear: “If our government is powerful enough to command innocent school children to disrobe in the presence of opposite-sex classmates, then there will be little it will not be powerful enough to do.”

The plaintiffs, organized as Students and Parents for Privacy, are composed of 52 families made up of 136 parents and current and future students who are “being forced to use the restroom, or change clothes, with someone of the opposite sex in the room.”

U.S. District Judge Jorge Alonso is letting Title IX and religious freedom claims go forward while throwing out other claims.

Tom Petersen, director of community relations for the district, emphasized that “only three” claims are going forward.

“The District will continue to defend our practices that affirm and support the identity of all our students,” Petersen wrote in an email.

When asked about what has happened in the case for the past three years, a spokesperson from the alliance said it was “waiting on clarity from our attorney on this” but has not responded since Tuesday.

Township High School District 211 did not initially choose to let biological males look at females in a partial or total state of undress, according to 100%news.

The Obama administration’s Department of Education threatened to take away federal funding in 2015 unless the school district changed its policy. It received $6 million in 2014.

Though the district already allowed the male student at the heart of the complaint to shower and dress in a private area of the girls’ locker room, federal officials said that accommodation “subjected the student to stigma and different treatment.”

The district changed the policy without telling parents or students, and girls found out “when they walked into their restroom and came face-to-face with Student A,” the male student who identifies as female.

Before the girls’ locker room was opened to Student A but after the restrooms were, a non-plaintiff girl “who had been sexually assaulted previously” saw Student A’s penis, according to Alonso: “District 211 failed to investigate or remediate the situation.”

It’s unconscionable that anyone thinks this invasion of our young girl’s privacy is okay.

Court document here. Comment below.

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  1. Fred

    July 23, 2019 at 3:07 am

    This a complex issue. All students should be granted a waver from PE classes. It is clear to me the activist left is not going to accept private changing areas and restrooms. The HS were I worked has about 3000 students and every PE class had about 200 students. So lets say every period you are going to have 100 girls who have the potential to being exposed to a male who feels they are or should have been born female. That is going to be rare, but why should the rights of one person override the rights of 100 girls or women who simply want their right to privacy.

    Schools can grant wavers to avoid this situations for regular PE classes, but team sports and out of town trips are another matter. Think about what does a male coach do with a born female but feels they are a male student on away trips. Who conducts a bed check to confirm this student is in his/her room? Does the coach need to have female coach on the team….does he dare risk his professional career in the event she we to claim he made unwanted sexual advances when he was conducting a bed check. I know this sounds silly…but it is a real world situation.

  2. TMA1

    July 23, 2019 at 12:53 pm

    Another Pedophile Pervert Demo-Commie Judge showing that they have no clue…….

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