Across the country, school districts are adopting sweeping changes to their shower, restroom, and locker room access policies. Some students are now allowed to use the facilities of the opposite sex or even share hotel rooms on school trips. And students who speak up about these radical changes—like Alexis—are ignored.
The Supreme Court declined to hear Alexis’s case for now. But the fight for student privacy is far from over.
We must continue to stand up for Alexis and students like her who are being affected by these bad policies. If we don’t, our children and grandchildren will grow up in a society that doesn’t protect their bodily privacy rights.
Your gift today will help continue the fight to protect the rights of students like Alexis.
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Schools have a duty to protect the privacy, safety, and dignity of all students. While students who are confused about their sex deserve compassionate support, there are many ways that schools can accommodate them without harming the rights of other students.
But radical shower, restroom, and locker room access policies are popping up in school districts across the country. And students who voice their concerns—like Alexis—are ignored.
Your generous gift helps continue the fight to protect the privacy rights of students like Alexis. Together, we can ensure a better future for our children and grandchildren.
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