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Feds probe ‘gender fluid’ boy’s restroom assault on girl, 5

Oct 4, 2018 by

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The Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Education is investigating the case of a 5-year-old girl who allegedly was sexually assaulted by a “gender fluid” classmate, a boy, in a restroom in a Georgia public school.

The case is a direct result of the Obama administration’s guidance to schools that redefined Title IX requirements, forcing schools to accommodate “gender identity” in facilities such as restrooms and showers. Critics have argued the guidance conflicts with the definition of male and female established in Title IX, the 1972 law that bars discrimination in educational programs on the basis of “sex.”

The Obama administration’s letter to schools essentially said they must allow boys who say they are girls to use restrooms, locker rooms and showers provided for girls, and vice versa. Non-compliance would risk federal funding upon which virtually all public schools rely.

The Trump administration immediately overturned the Obama guidance, but the Decatur, Georgia, school admitted  it was operating under the old rules.

The Education Department said it will investigate whether or not “the district failed to provide a prompt and equitable response to a report that a student was subjected to sexual assault, and, as a result, was subjected to a sexually hostile environment, including whether the district implementation of the policy contributed to creation of a hostile environment for the student and other girls, in noncompliance with Title IX.”

Source: Feds probe ‘gender fluid’ boy’s restroom assault on girl, 5

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