Obama Judge Rules That Transgender Kids Can Shower With Opposite Sex

When you send your kids off to school for the day, you expect a level of safety, a degree of protection.

After all, in the public-school system you are paying for teachers and supervisors that you hope to have your child’s best interest.

With the push of the LGBT agenda, your children’s rights are being violated, and their dignity compromised.

Transgender kids have been getting a lot of attention in the media lately for being the overlooked, and the underrepresented class of the student body.

This couldn’t be farther from the truth. In reality they are being put on a pedestal by school administrations, LGBT activist groups, and the government itself at times.

In Sussex, girls were prohibited from wearing skirts in fear that it may offend transgender kids, reports Mommy Underground.

And in Indiana a teacher was forced out of his position for not calling a transgender by their preferred name, as was previously reported by Mommy Underground.

All of this is at the cost of the stable children, who are subject to the bantering and politics of the few who want to complain about the way they were made.

At a school you are supposed to obtain an education, not be bullied into accepting liberal agendas.

Allowing kids who claim to be transgender to use the bathroom of their preferred gender, despite biological anatomy, in public schools has been a hot debate.

In Oregon, things have gotten heated as one judge ruled that kids at a Dallas High School were allowed to use not only the bathrooms of their preferred gender, but the showers and locker rooms as well.

WND reported:

The transgender agenda in public schools, which insists a person’s sex is a subjective matter based on feelings, took a huge step forward this week with a federal judge ruling boys must be allowed to use girls’ rest rooms and showers, and vice versa.”

After U.S. District Court Judge Marco Hernandez made his ruling, he offered a offensive and ludicrous solution to the victims of his decision and their parents.

Hernandez, said the parents could just remove their kids from school, taking the children from their friends and education, as well as inflicting unnecessary costs on the families.

WND reports on Judge Hernandez’s response:

“”It is within Parent Plaintiffs’ right to remove their children from Dallas [Oregon] High School if they disapprove of transgender student access to facilities,” the judge said.

“Once the parents have chosen to send their children to school … their liberty interest in their children’s education is severely diminished.””

The public-school system is paid for by the taxpayer, so as such the law-abiding citizen should have some “liberty interest in their children’s education”.

This ruling stands in stark contrast with President Trump’s rescinding of the “Dear Colleague” letter in February of 2017, that Obama issued during his reign of terror.

In a government overreach, Obama sent out a letter to federally funded schools threatening revenue if transgender students were not allowed to use bathrooms of their choosing.

Trump, however, saw how this was not a federal matter, and quickly corrected Obama’s mistake, as he has been doing with several of the last president’s pitfalls.

The argument in the Dallas High School case appealed to the 14 amendment, a citizen’s right to privacy.

Gender-specific bathrooms came up for interpretation during the Obama era by redefining terms in the 1972 Title IX law, which “prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity”

It is no surprise that Judge Hernandez was appointed by Obama, and seeks to have his twisted influence live past his presidential career.

In doing such, the privacy of “Parents for Privacy, Kris Golly, Jon Golly, Lindsey Golly, Nicole Lille, Melissa Gregory and Parents Rights in Education” was not protected, according to WND.

The students who spoke out against allowing the opposite sex to shower with them experienced “embarrassment, humiliation, anxiety, intimidation, fear, apprehension and stress.”

Despite the judge acknowledging this, according to WND, he ruled in favor of the transgender kids anyway.

The transgender child could choose to not shower in their biological sex bathroom, or use a private stall, but the kids who have to witness a kid of the opposite sex showering or changing is offensive.

Transgender issues should not be the burden of the children they are surrounded by.

Students should have a right to privacy when using the facilities, and not have a forceful and deranged agenda shoved in their face.

What will the judge say if cases start to come up regarding assaults in bathrooms where teenage boys were allowed to shower next to teenage girls?

Please let us know in the comments section what you think about the judge’s ruling, and how that could affect the public-school system.

 

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