We’re back to having two options for relieving ourselves. Late Wednesday, The Washington Post reported that President Trump reversed the Obama Administration’s newly sanctioned federal protections for transgender bathrooms in school. A fantastic victory for the majority of Americans as the polls showed that over two-thirds of our country was strongly opposed to the new liberal bathroom labels. Now that the federal government is no longer backing the new bathroom agenda, it is up to individual states to decide whether or not they want to get rid of transgender bathrooms.
From Washington Post:
The Trump administration on Wednesday revoked federal guidelines specifying that transgender students have the right to use public school restrooms that match their gender identity, taking a stand on a contentious issue that has become the central battle over LGBT rights.
Officials with the federal Education and Justice departments notified the U.S. Supreme Court late Wednesday that the administration is ordering the nation’s schools to disregard memos the Obama administration issued during the past two years regarding transgender student rights. Those memos said that prohibiting transgender students from using facilities that align with their gender identity violates federal anti-discrimination laws.