Transgender Bathroom Access And Public Schools

1009 Words Aug 9th, 2016 5 Pages
A sign protesting a recent North Carolina law restricting transgender bathroom access is seen in the bathroom stalls at the 21C Museum Hotel in Durham, North Carolina May 3, 2016. (REUTERS/Jonathan Drake/File Phot by Colleen Jenkins
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge will hear arguments on Monday to stop North Carolina from en forcing a state law barring transgender people from using bathrooms in government buildings and public schools that correspond with their gender identity
Why should this sign read we don’t care? Obviously I do care, that’s why I choose this debated topic. Normally I am not a prejudice person, but to this debate I am. I know there are people that will disagree with me, but I just cant sit back and say nothing. I have nieces and I just want them to be safe when they go into a female bathroom. They don’t need to see all these people that may not look like females, but they are far from not in the bathroom they are using.
Critics of the measure, known as House Bill 2 or HB 2, will argue to U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Schroeder in Winston-Salem that it is stigmatizing and leaves transgender people vulnerable to The state in March became the first in the country to restrict access to publicly-operated, single-sex restrooms and changing facilities to the gender on a birth certificate rather than the gender with which someone identifies harassment and violence.
I think when it comes to the bathroom situation, we should use the restroom that our…
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