Victory! Parents Fought Back Against “Transgender” Bathrooms And Won 

A Georgia school district thought they had it in the bag allowing a “transgender” bathroom policy to be implemented.

But then a group of parents organized themselves to fight back, and everything changed.

And thanks to these brave parents who were bold enough to fight back to protect their children – the implementation has been delayed.

School districts are obsessed with letting little girls and boys use the same bathroom.

Even though allowing boys to use the same bathroom as girls increases the risk of sexual assault, it also humiliates young girls who are forced to share such intimate spaces with the opposite sex.

But still, pro-LGBT advocates insist they are being “inclusive” by allowing gender confused children to “select their gender” and use the bathroom of their choice.

And in Georgia, “transgender” bathrooms almost became a reality again.

At a local high school, “transgender” students have been allowed to use a single-person teacher bathroom facility instead of being allowed to enter the bathroom of their choice.

This “compromise” was said to have worked well until one student wanted to use a bathroom of the opposite gender.

The school district was about to allow this to happen, until a meeting that drew nearly 900 people, changed the game. 

Fed up parents were not shy to speak out, including dad Nathan Barfield who has two children attending the high school. 

Not mincing words, Barfield called out the school district for playing politics with the lives of students. 

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported:

“Most people won’t say anything because they fear retaliation,” said Barfield. “Accommodations have already been made for transgender students. This is nothing but a political stunt to gain attention!”

The thunderous applause and shouts of “Amen!” indicated many agreed.”

School officials mumbled something about speaking to an architect to redesign bathrooms, and were met with more criticism from parents accusing them of misusing tax dollars. 

Ultimately at the end of the meeting, the school district decided to delay the implementation of “transgender” bathrooms until further discussion.

But the “transgender” bathroom trend is popping up all over the country and shows no sign of slowing down. 

And the worst part is, school officials are only worried about advocating for “transgender” students – and they completely ignore the reality of students who are uncomfortable sharing a bathroom with someone of the opposite gender. 

Instead of having adults fight for them, high school girls are left to fend for themselves. 

If school officials spent as much energy trying to counsel teenagers who are confused about what gender they are, this wouldn’t even be an issue.

Instead, they are determined to push through their agenda at the expense of everyone else.

At least for a moment in Georgia, a group of determined parents were able to slow down the process – let’s hope they defeat it for good. 

What are your thoughts on the Georgia school wanting to allow “transgender” bathrooms?

How would you respond if this was happening at your child’s school?

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