Federal judge rules U.S. public must accommodate transgender demands nationwide

Federal judge rules U.S. public must accommodate transgender demands nationwide
Transgender flag. (Image via St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

[Ed. – It looks like the key to this suit is that the judge has declared arbitrary transgender sentiment litigable — i.e., a feeling at any time that one is the gender for which an accommodation is intended, as opposed to things like dressing and presenting oneself as that gender — and wants judges to decide any situational variants that come up.]

A federal judge in Washington State has declared that all civic groups nationwide must accept people of both sexes into their single-sex spaces and activities, or else be stigmatized and sued by the federal government. …

In practice, the judge is telling all civic groups that they will lose nearly all lawsuits if women try to exclude men from showers and bathrooms, athletic competitions, victims’ shelters, girls’ schools, civic competitions, or any single-sex civic group or practice.

The judge’s decision, if accepted by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and by Supreme Court in 2020, would order the government to suppress and stigmatize any public recognition of any biological distinctions between the two different, equal and complementary sexes in a heterosexual society of women, men and children.

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