Friday, 13 May 2016

Administration Warns Schools To Allow Transgender Access To Bathrooms
"Under Title IX, a school must treat students consistent with their gender identity even if their education records or identification documents indicate a different sex,” “...transgender students must be allowed to participate in such activities and access such facilities consistent with their gender identity...” 

The problem for trans people comes from the segregation of genders.  There are two solutions to the trivial "toilet problem": 1) stop separating mens and womens toilets, as they already do on airplanes or 2) label toilets, showers and locker rooms "penis" and "vagina" rather than "men" and "women"  

If it seems excessive to make everyone endure such a disuptive change, just to accomdate 0.3% of the population, then simply allow anyone to use whichever facility they feel like using.

More importantly than toilets, the trans interpretation of Title IX also applies to "activities" (read sports). Under it, native males can compete against females in sports if they "identify" with the female gender.  That seems to defeat the "fairness" purpose of segregating sports by gender.

Accomodating trans people also seems to be discriminatory on its face: some genetic males (or females) are prohibited from doing things that other males (or females) are allowed to do, based solely on self-report of what they believe.

The enire transgender issue has risen considerably with the entitlement generations: people are no longer told: you can't always have everything you want. We are now told to ignore reality, as reality should bend to our will.   Never mind what you actually are; the only thing that matters is what you "identify" with.

Next, I suppose, trans-age children of 14 will be allowed to leave school because they "identify" with the age of 18?

Taking children on holiday in term time
These kids have been sentenced to school and must do their time or pay the fine.
      Besides, isn't it discrimination to penalize trans-time kids who truly feel that they have attended more school days than the calendar indicates?

BBC White Paper 2016 Statement: Changes Public Broadcaster Will Face
Well, who better than a government to make programing decisions? 
Why would we want to leave these to professional broadcasters?

Vote Leave source to ITV: “There will be consequences.”
How dare these media outlets have editorial opinions? 
Should they argue or advance things that they think is good for Britain?
Why can't they stick with strring up conflict and trying to demean, belittle and embarrass people?

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