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Co-Ed Restrooms in Government Schools Led by Fools
Posted on August 20, 2018 by David E Smith
As the school year begins, public elementary, middle, and high schools across the country are being asked by parents of “trans”-identifying children to sexually integrate restrooms and locker rooms. These parents are making the presumptuous request for all children to be forced to share private spaces with opposite-sex peers. School boards and administrations are acquiescing, some because they’ve embraced “trans”-cultic assumptions and others out of fear of litigious leftists. All suffer from indefensible ignorance on an issue of urgency and critical importance.
Here are just a few of the things about which most school board members and administrators remain ignorant:…
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