Students Protest Boy Using Girls’ Locker Room

Apparently this easy-to-read sign does not apply to you if you are a boy who insists he is a girl. That doesn’t make you a girl. It just makes you a ninny.

So what have we learned since September 11, 2001?

Well, we’ve learned this.

Students walked out of Hillsboro High School, Missouri, recently to protest the school board’s decision to allow a 17-year-old boy to use the girls’ locker room because he says he is a girl ( ). Three school board members have resigned in protest over that decision.

The school had even provided a special “gender-neutral” (ugh) locker room for this character, but that wasn’t good enough. Nope, he wants to use the girls’ locker room, with the girls in it, because he says he’s a girl, too.

Note this fact of elementary biology: Every cell in this  boy’s body, no matter what he says, no matter what he does, remains unalterably male because it contains a Y-chromosome.

We have seen this pattern before. A whole townful of Christians loses its annual Christmas parade because a single atheist objects. You can’t bow your head and say grace in a public cafeteria because a single misanthrope might sue whoever owns the cafeteria. And so on.

Let’s try this. An enterprising lad named William says he is now a cat, not a boy, and therefore is no longer required to go to school. He has renamed himself Fluffy. “Meow,” he says.

Does that make him a cat? Or just an idiot?

So now a whole high school-ful of girls can’t get changed in privacy because some boy who says he’s a girl demands to use their locker room. And the majority of the school board knuckled under.

No wonder ISIS thinks they will inevitably conquer us.

6 comments on “Students Protest Boy Using Girls’ Locker Room

  1. Why would you post a picture like that on a Christian blog? There’s a reason girls wouldn’t want any ol’ body in a dressing room with them…

    1. Fair enough… but nothing was showing that absolutely couldn’t be shown, ever, and the picture was staged–not really happening. Let’s face it, you can see more daring scenes than that at your local swimming pool. Maybe even at the supermarket.

    2. Obviously it could’ve been worse. But as those who have cast off darkness, we shouldn’t contribute to what’s already out there. As a girl myself, I guess I’m rather sensitive about such things. Your post had many a good point though and maybe I should keep my negativity to myself.

    3. I don’t think your criticism was unfair, and I will keep it in mind in the future. In fact, let me see if I can find a picture that won’t be offensive. If I can, you’ll see it.
      Thank you for making this point–should’ve thought of it myself.

    4. Thanks!:) I appreciate that, and your willingness to hear my lowly little opinion. 😀

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