THIS School Is Taking Away Young Girls' Privacy. Is Yours Next?

November 05, 2015Nov 05, 2015


The Department of Education is forcing an Illinois school to let a boy shower in the girls' locker room or lose its funding.

Let that sink in. Imagine your daughter or granddaughter going into her locker room to undress and shower and having a boy be there--doing the same. It's absurd.

But because the Obama administration is hell-bent (pun intended) on normalizing the incredible gender-identity confusion that has sprung up in our country, this one boy who has decided he wants to be a girl may have more power than all the young girls.

WND reports, "The federal government’s decision follows a 2013 legal challenge to Township High School District 211 that the boy filed through the American Civil Liberties Union. The district allowed the unnamed male to play on the girls team since he identifies as female but refused to allow him to dress and shower with the girls."

But now he wants to shower with the girls, and Obama's administration is going to force the school to comply in 30 days, or remove their Title IX federal funding.

Liberty Counsel Chairman Mathew Staver, who also stood with Kim Davis, is calling it "complete anarchy." 

"I think it's headed to complete anarchy," said Staver. "I mean, this whole gender identity is just a complete abolition of objective reality of the natural created order. Whether people like it or not, or whether they want to admit it or not, there are two sexes. There are males and females. There's men and women. There's boys and girls. That's just the way it is."

"This is just looking at objective reality and saying it's something completely different from what it really is," Staver continued. "This is a bad precedent by this Department of Education, and certainly it's coming from the very top at the president's level. I think it sends a bad precedent, and I think it places children at risk in these schools."

Staver has advice for the parents of these poor girls. "Parents ought to protest to the ceiling at the next school board meeting," Staver advised. "They ought to demand some responsible action by the school board that governs this. If they don't get the action, then they ought to pull their children from school and put them in a different school."

And not only that, Staver advises they go even further. "They ought to vote these people out of office," Staver said. "They ought to not take this sitting down silently. The future of their children, the sanctity and well-being of their sons and daughters and grandchildren, is at stake."

We totally agree, especially since this will not stop at Illinois. It will spread to every school district in the nation, if no one does anything. What do you think? What should we do? Share your thoughts in the Comments! Thank you so much!