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VA School Board Becomes First To Reach Supreme Court With “Bathroom Bill” Case

This week, a Virginia school board has brought the first ever “transgender restroom case” to the Supreme Court. The Gloucester County School Board has taken this course of action in an effort to keep a female student who identifies as male out of the boys restroom, because the constitutional rights of parents are put in jeopardy when they have no voice in the matter.

Fox News reports that school board’s attorneys wrote:

“Depriving parents of any say over whether their children should be exposed to members of the opposite biological sex, possibly in a state of full or complete undress, in intimate settings deprives parents of their right to direct the education and upbringing of their children.”

Some parents have hinted that they may even pull their children out of school if the student at the center of the controversy is allowed free access to gender-specific facilities.

Similar stories have become common in recent months. However, this situation is special in the fact that it has reached the high court and a decision could determine sex discrimination cases in relation to gender identity for all cases in the future.

Of course, liberal-leaning hypocrites are accusing the Gloucester County School Board and parents of being “cruel” for raising concerns as to the safety of their children.

Recently, an incident at Target showed just how dangerous these bathroom policies can be. A middle aged male, who was allegedly wearing women’s clothing, entered the store’s fitting rooms and started taking pictures of a woman changing in the stall next to him. A witness claimed that the victim was begging for help as the man fled from the store.

It is no surprise that parents are fighting back for the safety of their children.

To read more about the Target incident, click here.