Illinois school reaches deal on “transgender student” locker room question, satisfying nobody « Hot Air: "Looking at the details it’s not entirely clear what the specific construction project required to implement this will entail. What it sounds like is that within the confines of the girls locker room, there will be separate areas in the showers with curtains so that anyone can shower in private. There will also be separate changing areas which are likewise curtained off. The reality here is that they had originally offered the boy a private shower and changing room rather than subjecting the girls to his presence, but that was refused. Now there will be “private” changing areas and shower stalls available for anyone. Could be worse, I suppose.
But the ACLU of Illinois is complaining yet again, of course. Even if the Feds somehow went along with this “compromise” that’s simply not enough for the plaintiffs because, well… you will be made to care. It doesn’t sound like the boy has any interest in using a private dressing area or a private shower, so why would he be using the curtained off area in the girl’s locker room? In other words, he can now have his run of the locker areas and showers while the actual girls (you know… the ones who are supposed to use the girls room) will be forced to flee into the private screened areas to have any level of privacy from the boy. That’s certainly one heck of a compromise."
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