A teen girl expressed her concerns and was fighting back tears after the school board decided to allow transgender students in the girls locker room.
Her concern is that boys will see her naked and her concerns for privacy are being dismissed.
Take a minute & watch this: A teenage girl fighting tears because her school board ruled that bathrooms are open to anyone who identifies as a girl. She is terrified that a boy will see her naked, & her privacy concerns are dismissed. She is collateral damage for trans activists. pic.twitter.com/DdecRzbZZh
— Jonathon Van Maren (@JVanMaren) November 18, 2019
Western Journal reports an Illinois school district has sparked national outrage by choosing, after four years of debate, to grant transgender high school students unrestricted access to the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choosing.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the overwhelming — and, frankly, baffling — 5-2 decision by School District 211’s Board of Education came as a shock, eliciting “mixed emotions” from an audience of some 250 local residents Nov. 14.
Judging from video taken at Fremd High School just minutes after the vote, however, talk of “mixed emotions” hardly does justice to the immense outpouring from local students and parents.
Most notable among those emotional accounts was that of junior student-athlete Julia Burca, who fought back tears explaining her frustration for the school board’s utter unwillingness to “accommodate” students uncomfortable with the idea of undressing in front of their transgender peers.
“I feel uncomfortable that my privacy is being invaded,” Burca told a reporter in the video. “As I am a swimmer, I do change multiple times, naked, in front of the other students in the locker room.”
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