Female students at an Iowa high school staged a walkout last week to protest the school's decision to allow a trans-identified student to enter the girls' locker room. About 20 students protesting for privacy rights walked out of Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs at around a. According to WOWTthe walkout was triggered by a student who believes that her privacy rights are being violated because a biologically male student who identifies as female is now allowed to use the girls' locker room.
Originally published June 4,in the Dallas Observer. Reprinted here with permission from the author, who has also provided an afterword about the response to her story. I have one of the few jobs where the first thing people ask about is penises.
I mean, can you imagine a woman trying to ask questions in a locker room filled with a lot of guys? Simply put, a woman will probably not be able to get the interviews that a male reporter would. However, I realized that it's tough on guys, too.
These girls don't have experience with the male physique," said Christine Foster, a mother of one of the players. Foster says her daughter, Ashley, a year-old senior, and two teammates, encountered the person taking a shower, when they entered the locker room, during a team practice session at the city pool. Foster said water polo coaches confronted the person, who they said told them they could be in women's shower, because they identified as "female. No arrests were made as no laws were broken.
He is a male! The school district has based its transgender policy on the U. Council Bluffs Community School District Superintendent Vicki Murillo said there is a process in place to grant transgender or transitioning students permission to use the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity.
When the boy stared back her — and the entire group of partially dressed girls — she was horrified. Still in shock, they called the principal and Wayne County superintendent. And to prove it, they refused to lift a finger to help.
A year-old Brainerd man was arrested Monday, Feb. In a news release, Brainerd Police Chief Corky McQuiston stated the suspect approached a year-old woman from behind and attempted to grab and restrain her in the girls' locker room in the lower level of the north campus at BHS by the gymnasium. The woman was able to break free from the attacker and the suspect fled from the school.
This is where men learned what girls did in the locker room or conversely where women learned what men fantasized about what girls did in the locker room. Such sexy fun times the girls were having where the men were not allowed to go! In these movies, men would go to great lengths, including cross dressing, to catch a glimpse of this sacred palace of sexy fun.
Girls shouldn't have to use the locker room with high school boys. Boys shouldn't have to change clothes in front of girls. We're here to protect the privacy, safety and dignity that comes from those statements of principle. The Montana Locker Room Privacy Act does one simple thing: It requires schools and other government buildings to keep one locker room for women, one for men, and to keep each private from the opposite sex.