Tuesday, May 30, 2017

7th Circuit Court eliminates Title IX

A girl calling herself transgender obtained the rights to use the boys room. On what basis do we determine that the student was transgender? Because she identified as such.  So, if any student chooses to  self identify with a particular gender then they can use the  bathroom.  The court, and federal law have effectively removed gender identification. Great, then on what basis can federal law specify gender equality since they have just erased the gender distinction, by federal law. Continued below....
The Chicago-based 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that a transgender student has the right to use the bathroom that corresponds with his gender identity under federal law.In a unanimous opinion, the court upheld a lower district court order allowing Ashton Whitaker, a 17-year-old senior at Tremper High School in Kenosha, Wis., to use the boys’ bathroom despite the school's claim that Whitaker’s presence in the boys’ bathroom would invade the privacy rights of his male classmates.

In the 35-page opinion, Williams said a policy that requires an individual to use a bathroom that does not conform with his or her gender identity punishes that individual for his or her gender non‐conformance, which in turn violates Title IX anti-discrimination laws. 
Note the boldface, that requirement implies separate genders be identifiable, but they are no longer identifiable, the court just ruled that anyone can be any gender.  The court actually invalidated the concept of gender discrimination all together. A group of boys can identify as women for the purpose of making the tiddlywinks team, then demand gender funding. There is no controlling law any more, and the idiots on the appeals court are clueless..

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