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Title IX Strikes Again: The Girls' Locker Room Can't Be Just For Girls Any More

Those of us who oppose the expansion of governmental controls often get the retort, "Youâ¬"re just using a slippery slope argument; the bad consequences you foresee are extremely unlikely to happen."

Ah, but predicted bad consequences often do happen. As evidence, I offer the following instance.

In 2013, a student in Palatine Township High School (Illinois) complained about sexual discrimination to the federal Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR).

The allegedly illegal "discrimination" suffered was because the school refused to allow the student, a male who "identifies" as a female, to use the girls' locker room.

The applicable 1972 statute forbids sexual discrimination by any school or college that accepts any federal funds but surely that couldn't mean that a male student who "identifies" as female can't be kept from changing and showering with the girls.

Oh yes it does.

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