As President, Biden will stand with the LGBTQ+
How Schools Can Reduce Sexual Violence : NPR [Don’t let boys shower with girls?]
Nov 13, 2018 – From an unwanted comment on the street to groping in the hallways at school…
Sexual violence at colleges is a well-known problem, but at high schools its widespread and little discussed
By Human Events Staff | May 20, 2021
A federal judge sided with Biden Wednesday, ruling that students of the opposite biological sex must be allowed to share showers and dorms at a Christian college in Missouri.
Judge Roseann Ketchmark of the District Court of Western Missouri ruled against the College of the Ozarks, a Christian college, which sued Biden’s administration over its transgender discrimination policies.
The college originally challenged Biden over his January executive order, which prevented schools from denying children access to the bathroom of their choosing, the Daily Caller reports.
“Women shouldn’t be forced to share private spaces, including showers and dorm rooms, with males, and religious schools shouldn’t be punished simply because of their beliefs about biological sex,” Julie Marie Blake, senior counsel of the Alliance Defending Freedom said following the ruling.
“The Biden administration’s overreach continues to victimize women, girls and people of faith by gutting their legal protections, and it must be stopped,” she added.
The College of the Ozarks filed the lawsuit against Biden in April, two months after his executive order. The school argued that the government cannot force a private religious institution to place biological males into female dorms.
Unfortunately, the college faces a whopping six-figure fine if it violates the order.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said during a town hall hosted by ABC News… eight-year-olds should be allowed to decide that they are transgender. Mieke Hacke, a voter from Pennsylvania…
She and two other female high school track competitors are bravely standing up for fairness in women’s sports by filing a federal lawsuit challenging the Connecticut policy that’s been …