The Marion County school board in Florida has decided that children must use bathrooms that correspond to their biological gender after a father complained that a transgender student was violating his son’s privacy. News 6 reported that an emergency resolution was reached on Tuesday in a 4-1 vote, and the rule will take immediate affect. The issue came about following a complaint by the father of a student who said his son’s privacy rights were being violated due to a classmate — who was born female but now identifies as a male — who was using the boy’s bathroom.

As the measure reads, single-sex bathrooms and locker rooms designated for girls are restricted to people “who are biological females,” while the same facilities for boys are restricted for those “who are biological males.” The measure adds, however, that students who want to use alternative facilities “shall always be offered comparable facilities, as required by law.” FULL REPORT