The Supreme Court rejected a case regarding school policy in a district which allows transgender students to use bathrooms of their choice.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied cert to Doe v. Boyertown Area School District, a case concerning a gender identity bathroom and locker room policy at a Pennsylvania high school.
In declining to take up the case, The Supreme Court let stand the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit’s decision, which dismissed the concerns of students who did not wish to share intimate spaces with members of the opposite sex. Continue reading “Supreme Court Rejects Case On Transgender Bathrooms. Here’s Why It’s Still a Huge Issue.”