RECONSIDER: As more and more school districts across the country are looking to implement new bathroom policies for transgender students, Alliance Defending Freedom is asking for those school boards to consider other alternatives.

MADISON, Wis. — Sparta Area School District Superintendent John Hendricks is a man of few words when describing the motivation behind his proposal to allow transgender students to use school restrooms of the gender with which they identify.

Unfortunately for Hendricks, Wisconsin Family Action and Alliance Defending Freedom are being loud and clear in their message that such gender identity policies violate a student’s right to bodily privacy and potentially could cost taxpayers by opening up school districts to legal liabilities.

But it’s not like Sparta, a small city of 9,600 in western Wisconsin, is acting alone. More and more school boards in the state  and across the country are implementing new guidelines to accommodate transgender individuals,who make up 0.3 percent of the nation’s population .

Written by Adam Tobias
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