A federal circuit court ruled a Virginia school board violated Title IX law by prohibiting a girl who considers herself a boy from using the male restroom facilities. And the dissenting judge was not happy, telling his two colleagues who ruled against the school that their way of thinking was “illogical and unworkable,” Breitbart reported.
The case stems from a girl who was listed in court filings as G.G. and who claimed she actually felt like a boy. The Gloucester County school she attended let her use a private bathroom that was available for use by all students, but she didn’t like the arrangement and said it caused her anxiety and therefore, wanted to use the boy’s facilities. The school at first said OK, but parents complained to the school board. The board members ruled the girl had to use either the restroom that corresponded with her birth gender, or the private facility that had already been provided. FULL REPORT