It all started when North Carolina passed House Bill 2, allowing people to use whichever bathroom they “identify” with.
This started an all-out assault by leftists on traditional bathroom usage that has helped sexual predators take advantage of women in restrooms.
Now, this crazy American university is putting their female students in danger with this outrageous new policy.
Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio just changed their bathroom policy to allow “universal access” to bathrooms based on gender identification.
The new rule affects 23 bathrooms across the campus by converting “old fashioned” men’s and women’s restrooms to be gender neutral or building new ones.
They call these new bathrooms “all-gender restrooms” and argue it fights against “discrimination.”
The University’s policy page says:
In keeping with the Wright State University’s policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of gender identity and gender expression and following Title IX law and guidance, Wright State University allows individuals to use the restroom that corresponds to their sex, gender identity, and/or gender expression. We allow people to use the restroom facility they deem they need to use. The university is committed to designating and maintaining an all-gender restroom in as many of its buildings as reasonably feasible to address all these issues. In some instances, a designated all-gender restroom may contain multiple stalls. For those who do not wish to use an all-gender single stall or all-gender multi-stall restroom, there will be gendered restrooms located in every building.
Some of you may have noticed new signage outside select restrooms on campus, indicating that they are now “all gender.” For the past three years, a committee of very dedicated students, faculty, staff, and administrators have been working on a university project plan to implement at least one all-gender restroom in every major building on campus. This project plan has been an opportunity for Wright State University to further our mission and vision of centering diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in the Wright State University community. By providing greater access to restroom facilities, we strive to create safer and more accessible spaces for people with children of a different gender, people with disabilities who need assistance in the restroom from someone of a different gender, and people who identify as transgender and nonbinary.
The reality is that these bathroom policies are breeding grounds for sex offenders.
The University of Toronto scrapped their so-called “gender neutral” bathroom policy after reports of sexual predators filming female students in the dorm showers.
And, as we reported, a five-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in a “gender neutral” bathroom at a government school.
The people who are harmed worst by “gender neutral” bathrooms are women.
Yet the so-called “progressives” pushing for these absurd policies claim to be “feminists.”
But leftists don’t care about the consequences of their radical ideology.
No matter who gets hurt, no matter who gets exploited, liberals want to tell you how to think and act, and their stance on bathroom use makes this point abundantly clear.
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