Supreme Court won’t hear trans bathroom case involving Pennsylvania school

Supreme Court won’t hear trans bathroom case involving Pennsylvania school
Transgender flag. (Image via St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

[Ed. – This lets the lower court ruling stand, which means no recourse for girls who don’t want to have to share facilities with biological males.]

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied cert to Doe v. Boyertown Area School District, a case concerning a gender identity bathroom and locker room policy at a Pennsylvania high school.

In declining to take up the case, The Supreme Court let stand the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit’s decision, which dismissed the concerns of students who did not wish to share intimate spaces with members of the opposite sex.

As long as this policy remains in place, the problems with the policy remain too. High school girls like Alexis Lightcap will continue to have to share women’s spaces with biological males.

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