LGBT activists flipped their lid when states enacted bathroom bills saying people can only use bathrooms corresponding with their biological sex.
So they went to the courts to impose their will.
But that is about to backfire on them in a big way.
Students in Boyertown, Pennsylvania are suing the school district for allowing so-called “transgender” students to use whatever bathroom they choose.
The students say kowtowing to anyone who claims to be the opposite sex could become very dangerous.
Now the case could be heading to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Daily Beast reports:
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of cisgender students at Boyertown Area High School who oppose the school’s trans-inclusive policy, has already failed before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled in favor of the school district this June.
But as The Morning Call reported Tuesday, conservative legal group Alliance Defending Freedom filed a petition this week asking the Supreme Court to review the Third Circuit ruling, arguing that the case would be “an ideal vehicle for this Court to address whether school locker room and restroom policies like Boyertown’s are constitutional.”
Simply put, they want the Supreme Court to weigh in on bathrooms, once and for all.
If the Supreme Court grants the review, hears the case, and issues a ruling, it would mark the first time that the judicial body has touched on transgender rights.
LGBT activists want people to use whichever bathroom they “feel” like on any given day.
They believe in an infinite amount of genders that have no basis in biology, anatomy or physiology.
And they’re targeting children with their despicable views.
Plus their bathroom policy is dangerous.
As we reported, a five year old girl was sexually assaulted by a male classmate in the girls’ bathroom at a school that allowed students to choose which bathroom they wanted to use.
Do you think so-called “transgender” people should only use the bathroom of their biological sex?
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