Watch: The End Of Single-Sex Bathrooms? Latest Woke Moves From Loudoun County Schools

Jessica Kramer | April 17, 2023
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Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) are allocating $11 million for new bathroom designs at two high schools.

Among the designs LCPS is considering, is replacing all gender-separated bathrooms with unisex bathrooms featuring floor-to-ceiling bathroom stalls with a shared sink area, in order to accommodate transgender and nonbinary students.

Related: ‘The Parents of Loudoun County Are Not Going To Back Down’: School Officials Face Charges

“I think it’s pretty clear what they’re doing,” America First Legal Advisor Ian Prior tells MRCTV. “We’re going to get rid of sex-segregated bathrooms all together, just so we can accommodate this very small minority of students that don’t want to use the bathroom of their biological sex.”

An interesting move from a school system that a grand jury found delinquent in its handling of the multiple sexual-assaults , including one in a girl’s bathroom where a  “gender-fluid” perpetrator, was wearing a skirt at the time.

Find out more by watching the MRCTV video above.

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