The people who work at the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights must be insane, on drugs or both.
How else to explain their ruling that a teenage boy in the Township High School District 211 in Palatine, Illinois, has a right to undress in front of teenage girls in the girls’ locker room?
The boy in question “identifies” as a girl and first contacted the Civil Rights Office in 2013 after “she” was denied use of the girls’ locker room. Two years’ investigation and lengthy negotiations later, the district thought an agreement was near when it said it would put up a privacy curtain and the boy would have to get dressed and undressed behind it so as to protect the privacy of the real girls.
But that wasn’t good enough for the ACLU or the feds. After all, how dare the school district require a boy to get naked behind a curtain?
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