School that blocked trans student from using boys bathroom scores win
From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Sun Jan 1 08:11:05 2023
By Andrew Mark Miller
Published December 31, 2022
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of a Florida school
district’s policy that separates school bathrooms by biological sex.
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced its 7-4 decision on
Friday, ruling that the St. Johns County School Board did not
discriminate against transgender students based on sex, or violate
federal civil rights law by requiring transgender students to use gender-neutral bathrooms or bathrooms matching their biological sex.
The court’s decision was split down party lines, with seven justices appointed by Republican presidents siding with the school district and
four justices appointed by Democratic presidents siding with Drew
Adams, a biological female, who sued the district in 2017 after not
being allowed to use the boys restroom.