Judge Rules High Schools In Oregon to Allow Mix Genders in Showers and Bathrooms

Judge Rules High Schools In Oregon Must Allow Mix Genders In Showers And Bathrooms

According to a report by WND, U.S. District Court Judge in Oregon has ruled that boys must be allowed to use the girl’s locker room as well as the showers and bathrooms, and vice versa in public schools throughout the state of Oregon.

According to Judge Marco Hernandez, for children to “see or be seen by someone of the opposite biological sex while either are undressing or performing bodily functions in a restroom, shower, or locker room does not give rise to a constitutional violation.”

But what about the violation of the normal standards of decency. Well fear not because the Judge gave an alternative idea to parents who disagreed with the policy, Judge Marco Hernandez told them to instead send their kids to a private school. But what the Judge fails to acknowledge is parents will now get to pay taxes to support the public school spitting on their conservative beliefs, and a private school tuition. What a maroon!

“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.”

However, President Trump revoked the ridiculous Obama-era guidelines on transgender bathrooms early on in his presidency.

“[Hernandez], however, conflicts with President Trump’s rescinding of an Obama administration guidance letter directing schools that want to continue to receive federal funding to let transgender students use facilities that correspond with their ‘gender identity,’” said WND.

The Obama-appointed Judge rejected the complaints of a group called Parents For Privacy.

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