The Trans Attack on Privacy in Schools:
Rights and Duties
A right is something you must be given; a duty is something you must do
EVERY Right is accompanied by a corresponding duty
Examples include those found in the Bill of Rights (amendments 1-10)
Freedom of speech, freedom of religion etc.
Negative rights also called “civil liberties” have negative duties. I am required only to leave you alone.
Positive rights have positive duties. I must do something.
“Right to healthcare and free college” means that your fellow citizens have a duty to pay for your health care and college
The so-called “right” of trans-women and trans-men to be thought of as real men and real men mean that I would have the duty to lie; which is immoral
Transexual movement only works if everyone buys into it. No one can say the emperor has no clothes
Government tyranny to enforce this. Chicago public school policy
High School Bathrooms and the Desire for privacy
Competing Rights. The right to privacy v. the right to use any bathroom.
“The percent of adolescent girls partaking in “crash dieting, fasting, self-induced vomiting, diet pills or laxatives” is between 35 percent and 57 percent. More than half of teenage girls and almost a third of teenage boys “use unhealthy weight control behaviors.” (Huffington Post)
Girls already struggling with body image do not the additional harm caused by a male in the locker room.
Students in many areas are fighting back but there concerns are ignored.
Hundreds of students protest outside of Hillsboro (Missouri) High School to protect their right to privacy
Around 200 students at Hillsboro High School left the school for a twohour protest because they believe that males should not use a girls’ bathroom or locker room at a public school.
Parent’s suing Illinois school district to protect their daughter’s right to privacy
Trans-Athletes in High School
Dr. Nick Gorton: American Board of Emergency Medicine,Medical Legal Consultant, Trans Health Care“ Transgender student athletes fall within the spectrum of physical traits found in athletes of their transitioned gender, allowing them to compete fairly and equitably.”
“The women were approximately 52% and 66% as strong as the men in the upper and lower body respectively.” (Department of Physical Education, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
“The recommended NCAA policy requires one year of hormone treatment as a condition prior to competing on a female team. Conversely, athletes assigned female at birth remain eligible to compete in women’s sports unless or until that athlete begins a physical transition using hormones (testosterone).”
NCAA ignores the impact of bone growth on strength
Hormone replacement therapy not recommended. Even left leaning doctors say no Hormone replacement not recommended until at least 16 by
Which is it? Normal Range or not? Are trans-athletes different or not?