Monday, October 8, 2018
Elementary school's transgender policy allows a boy to sexually assault a girl in a girl's bathroom.
The video above is the most powerful case against males in female restrooms that I've seen in at least six years.
Once again, school officials are more afraid of the homofascists in the glbt community than they are of right-minded parents who don't want males in the restrooms or locker rooms used by their daughters. Parents who's children go to this elementary school were not notified that males would be allowed in with their daughters in bathrooms and locker rooms.
Is it not wisdom to design school bathrooms so that only one person can enter at a time? Why not make many, one-person bathrooms in a rectangular or circular building, with doors only on the outside, in order to protect girls (and boys) from predatory males? With all of this feminist talk about "toxic masculinity," why are males allowed in places where females are undressing?
Males having access to undressing females in their bathrooms and dressing rooms is absurd, yet very few people have the courage to stand up to the glbt community.
“… The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education has opened an investigation into a Georgia elementary school for its handling of a sexual assault that allegedly took place in an elementary school bathroom after a district-wide policy was enacted allowing male students to enter the girls’ bathroom.
… Pascha Thomas’s five-year-old daughter complained of vaginal pain. That’s when her daughter said she had been sexually assaulted by a male classmate in the bathroom at Oakhurst Elementary School in Decatur, Georgia earlier that week.
… “pushed her against a wall, pushed his hand between her legs, and repeatedly felt and poked at her genitals while she struggled and called out for him to stop. No one came to help.”
… Pascha says they dodged her repeated calls and ignored her requests to speak with them. When they finally agreed to meet with her on December 8, Pascha learned the boy her daughter says assaulted her identifies as “gender fluid.” He had been allowed to use the girl’s bathroom due to a district-wide policy change that allowed students to use whatever bathroom they felt was “correct,” and that the policy would remain in place — allowing him to continue using the same restroom as her daughter.
… the policy remains in place to this day.
… Without informing the students’ parents, Decatur Schools Superintendent David Dude sent a district-wide e-mail to staff ordering them to allow male students to use the girls’ restrooms and locker rooms and participate in girl’s athletics if they choose.
… “Title IX explicitly prohibits schools from creating sexually hostile environments,” said Christiana Holcomb of the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Pascha. Pascha says Oakhurst Elementary never told parents a boy who identified as “gender fluid” was allowed to use the girls’ restroom.
… Pascha has enrolled her daughter in another school to ensure that she does not experience further retribution. The little girl remains traumatized and will need counseling for many more years, …”
Full, heartbreaking story here.