WHAT?! U.S Supreme Court Makes LANDMARK Decision On Transgender Bathroom Use

In an era where the Obama Administration keeps making executive decisions to push through victory after victory for the LGBT community when it comes to people using bathrooms that don't match their God-given gender, the U.S. Supreme Court has just contradicted him in a major way.


According to the Wall Street Journal, there has been an ongoing legal battle in Virginia over whether a particular female student who self-identifies as male — but is still biologically female — is allowed to use the boys bathroom. In April, a court decided to allow her, but the local school board protested and appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Gloucester County School Board said, “For decades, our nation’s schools have structured their facilities and programs around the sensible idea that in certain intimate settings men and women may be separated ‘to afford members of each sex privacy from the other sex.’”

According to breaking news from Reuters, the U.S. Supreme Court has just sided with the school board, blocking the female student from using the boys bathroom.

What comes out of this decision and whether it will present a useful precedent for other states rejecting the Obama Administration's rules to open up all restrooms and locker rooms to transgender students based on "gender identity" is yet to be seen.

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