Illinois US Judge Alonso Warns: No Right to 'Visual Bodily Privacy' for High School Girls in Their Locker Rooms "...if the Government says so."
4-8-19, CBN.com -- After a three-year legal battle, US District Judge Jorge Alonso of Northern District of Illinois has ruled a lawsuit can proceed against an Illinois school district that said it was OK for high school transgender students to use girls' locker rooms, restrooms, and showers. The College Fix reports the judge also took a swipe at individual privacy rights, ruling the girls have no right to "visual bodily privacy" if the government says so. Dozens of families joined in the lawsuit against Chicago-area Township High School District 211 back in 2016 because of the district's policy of approving boys as young as 14 choose to use the locker rooms of the opposite sex without informing parents.
ADF Legal Counsel Christiana Holcomb said in a press release. "The district officially authorizes opposite-sex use of school privacy facilities that violates Title IX. Letting boys into girls' showers, restrooms and locker rooms is sexual harassment. Students should be confident that their school will protect their privacy and dignity. So far, this school district has failed to do so." More here
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