By Conservative Review. A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against Oregon schools’ policy that allows boys in girls’ restrooms and locker rooms and vice versa, LifeSiteNews reported Tuesday.
U.S. District Judge Marco Hernandez dismissed the case against the policy, saying it was not a violation of privacy rights for males to be allowed in female restrooms.
“High school students do not have a fundamental privacy right to not share school restrooms, lockers, and showers with transgender students whose biological sex is different than theirs,” Hernandez wrote.
So, teenage girls in high school have a fundamental privacy right to kill their unborn children, but not to their own bathrooms? This is progressivism. (For more from the author of “Federal Judge Dismisses Transgender Bathroom Lawsuit: Students ‘Do Not Have a Fundamental Privacy Right’” please click HERE)
Judge Upholds Transgender Bathrooms
By Life Site News. Boys will continue to be allowed in girls’ restrooms and locker rooms in Oregon after a judge dismissed a lawsuit against that policy, saying, “high school students do not have a fundamental privacy right to not share school restrooms, lockers, and showers with transgender students whose biological sex is different than theirs.”
Students who are unwillingly subjected to seeing students of the opposite sex are not having their rights violated, U.S. District Judge Marco Hernandez wrote.
This ruling “reveals everything people need to know to understand the utter corruption of our court system,” Julie Quist, Board Chair of the Child Protection League (CPL), told LifeSiteNews. “Decency and respect for our children…are being cast aside for the political advantage of a militant political force that is systematically violating the innocence, dignity and freedom of our children and all of us.”
The lawsuit against Oregon schools allowing boys in girls’ restrooms and vice versa was filed by parents and students in Dallas, Oregon. This gender-free policy caused “embarrassment, humiliation, anxiety, intimidation, fear, apprehension, and stress produced by using the restroom with students of the opposite sex,” they said in the lawsuit.
The problems began when the Dallas School District allowed a girl to change in the boys’ locker rooms. She didn’t like changing in the gender-neutral bathroom because it was too far away and other students noticed, according to the Washington Post. (Read more from “Judge Upholds Transgender Bathrooms: Female ‘Students Do Not Have a Fundamental Privacy Right’” HERE)