Federal Judge rules Title IX protections are based on sex, not stereotypes

Ah, if only everything in life was as simple as yes or no, black or white, on or off. What you fail to realise is is this kid will grow up, may eventually take testosterone injections, get hairy, grow a beard, and then end up scaring the women and girls when HE goes into the public toilets you’d have him go in. He shouldn’t have to use the disabled toilets or unisex toilets or whatever the school is calling them, as he’s not unisex or disabled. Like a poster has already said, a wheelchair user needs a well thought out / planned toilet space, which is why although you do get wheelchair toilets in sex segregated toilets, most are unisex.

As for title IX, this is a rule that gets interpreted in all manner of different ways by different people, and really needs clarifying or changing.

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Gavin Grimm Gavin Grimm

U.S. District Court Judge Robert Doumar rejected the Obama administration’s attempts to eliminate Title IX sex-based protections for women and girls and replace them with social stereotypes based on sex. The ruling came in the case of Gavin Grimm, a sixteen year old girl who believes that people have inborn mental characteristics based on sex, and that she has the personality of a sperm-producing individual. Individuals with this belief system call themselves “Transgender” and consider what they believe to be a mis-match between personality and reproductive biology to be a psychiatric condition.

Grimm believes her personality is one of a biological male, and that therefore she is a male with a female body. She would like to express this belief by using the urinals along with the males in the public restrooms at her school. Transgender adherents also believe that individuals who have personality traits “innate” to…

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