To sum it up more clearly: the same people who say teenage boys are just raging with hormones and there is a rape epidemic across the country want these same individuals to be able to enter the girl's locker room at any time by simply stating they "identify" as a female.
According to the Justice Department:
"The guidance explains that when students or their parents, as appropriate, notify a school that a student is transgender, the school must treat the student consistent with the student’s gender identity. A school may not require transgender students to have a medical diagnosis, undergo any medical treatment, or produce a birth certificate or other identification document before treating them consistent with their gender identity."In other words, no proof beyond simply taking somebody at his or her word is required. And if you deny someone, despite how ridiculous you know the claim is, and they bring a lawsuit forward, God help you fight this in the courts as the federal government takes away all the funding you receive.
So now, your daughters not only could be peeing next to a man in Target, they could be changing or showering in front of boys their own age in the locker room after gym class. And the Obama administration is sending a clear message: lather up. Thanks Obama. And the same goes vice versa, but I think I should apologize for assuming that boys will use this decree more pervertedly than girls will. I guess that's just the female privilege talking.
But, let's get back to those federal funds. As you probably know, most of the school system is funded by property taxes and state funding. So where do federal funds go? You know, only to those programs that provide free and reduced lunch prices to students of families that are either poor or struggling under the weight of the sluggish Obamaconomy. So if your school gets its funding stripped, it's most likely going to be the poor and needy kids that suffer the most because of the Obama policy. Remind me again how Obama is fighting for that poor black child who lives on the South side of Chicago.
I remember the Obama administration telling us college students quite repetitive and unceasingly that #ItsOnUs to end the "rape culture" on campus. (This was done through the use of highly misinforming statistics that my econometrics professor went on a diatribe about last semester for a good 10 minutes. Yes, the female, minority professor - best professor so far, bar none - went on about how biased the results were in the survey because of leading questions. I believe the exact words were along the lines of: they lead you on so much that by the end of the survey, if you've even been touched by another person, you've been raped.) But getting back to the main topic on hand, #ItsOnUs to prevent rapes and sexual harassment. #ItsOnUs to disregard this absurd order by Barack "I've got my pen, my phone, my executive actions, and my Justice Department" Obama.
This order by the Obama administration is ludicrous and deserves to be rightly laughed at, followed by no action by the school districts. I can pretty much guarantee you with 99% certainty that my school district is going to completely ignore this entire absurdity. I mean, we were one of the first schools in PA to stand up against common core.
The Obama administration says nobody should feel uncomfortable when going to the restroom. I believe this obviously should extend to females who identify as females and males who identify as males. What is the point of having two separate bathrooms if you're just going to let anybody use whatever restroom they want? #ItsOnUs to use common sense to prevent adverse outcomes from occurring. It's not the transgender students we're worried about; it's the other ones who will use this mandate as a shield for their devious plans. I don't want high schoolers to feel uncomfortable changing for gym class, and I certainly don't want to hear any stories of someone being raped in their high school locker room. It's just common sense.