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Saturday, August 12, 2017

ACLU seeks permanent halt to Va. school’s transgender bathroom policy

WASHINGTON — The American Civil Liberties Union filed paperwork in court to move forward with a lawsuit on behalf of a Virginia transgender student that would permanently halt a policy that prevented him from using the boy’s bathroom.

The ACLU has been representing Gavin Grimm for the past three years in his fight to use the boy’s bathroom at his Gloucester County high school.

The paperwork filed on Friday ends a request for an immediate injunction that would halt the policy — clearing the way for the ACLU to continue fighting for a permanent halt to the school board’s policy.



Anonymous said...

Prevented her from using the boys bathroom

Anonymous said...

How about we take all this wasted money on lawsuits and put it towards mental health care in this country. I think that would be a good start

Anonymous said...

If you can't accept who you were then, why must we accept who you are now?

Where did I hear that?? :)

Anonymous said...

If you can stand up to pee, then go to where the urinals are.

Anonymous said...

Do female bathrooms in cases like this now have urinals to accommodate those with a penis?