Washington, DC--On Friday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) agreed to hear a case involving transgender restroom use. This is the first case of this kind to reach the high court.
Once heard, SCOTUS’ decision on this widely debated and controversial nationwide issue may well set major historical precedent.
The case involves a Virginia high school student who was born female, but views herself as a male. Originally, a lower level court ruled the student would be allowed to use the boys' restroom, but SCOTUS placed a temporary stay while an appeal was reviewed, which was filed by the Gloucester County School Board.
The student brought the case after the school upheld ordinary restroom use restrictions on the student when community members came forward with concern over the privacy of other students.
“Students with Gender Identity Dysphoria, to no fault of their own, should be treated with love and respect. However, such treatment... (MORE)
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