In all this debate and wrangling about whether the state should legislate who may use which restrooms and locker rooms and showers in public schools, how many transgender students are there, what accommodations do they want? Is this whole debate tantamount to arguing over how many transgender students can dance on the head of a pin?
I wager in most school districts in the state there are none.
In those schools where there are such gender confused students, how are they being handled now?
On Tuesday Assembly Bill 375 — which would have required “any school facility in a public school, including a restroom, locker room or shower which is designated for use by persons of one biological sex must only be used by persons of that biological sex, as determined at birth” and not self-identification — was defeated 22-20 in the full Assembly.
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Mr. Mitchell publishes the 4TH ST8 Blog at www.4thst8.wordpress.com.