Court Forces Students to Share Bathrooms With Opposite Sex

Earlier this month, three judges on the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia ruled that a School Can Force Students to Share Bathrooms With Transgender Students.

Attorneys for the students are considering appealing to the full court.

The Boyertown Area School District in Pennsylvania opened its restroom and locker room facilities during the 2016-17 school year to students of the opposite sex without warning to students or notice to parents.

Alexis Lightcap, a senior at the school who joined the suit said  Every student matters and schools should put our privacy, safety, and dignity first.”

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