Questions for Schools on Transgender Policies and Practices

December 2015

As all educators know, or should know, pronouns denote and correspond to objective biological sex — not to desires about one’s sex. Therefore, using opposite-sex pronouns to refer to or discuss gender-dysphoric students constitutes not merely a misuse of grammar but lying.

The following are questions that were posed in an article by the Illinois Family Institute.

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2023-06-05T17:22:01-05:00December 15, 2015|CPL Article, education, gender, privacy|

MO District Defies Federal Transgender Mandate

November 30, 2015

MO district defies federal transgender mandate: Keeps boys out of girls’ bathrooms

MARIONVILLE, Mo. – Across the nation, hundreds of school districts have been bowing to pressure from the Obama administration to allow transgender students to use the restroom or shower facility of their choice, regardless of their biological gender.

The administration has threatened to take away millions of dollars [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:23:00-05:00December 1, 2015|CPL Article, gender, privacy|

Legislature Says NO to Student Physical Safety & Privacy

May 21, 2015

Legislature Says NO
to Student Physical Safety & Privacy

The Minnesota House and Senate passed their 2015 Omnibus Education Bill early this week, failing to provide the necessary physical protections that would have been afforded by requiring schools to provide separate bathroom, shower and locker room facilities between biological boys and biological girls.

Last April, on a [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:26:05-05:00May 21, 2015|CPL Article, gender, legislation, privacy|

Student Physical Privacy Act

May 21, 2015

Legislature Says NO to Student Physical Safety and Privacy

The Minnesota House and Senate passed their 2015 Omnibus Education Bill early this week, failing to provide the necessary physical protections that would have been afforded by requiring schools to provide separate bathroom, shower and locker room facilities between biological boys and biological girls. [continue reading…]

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The Minnesota Senate Voted!

May 1, 2015

lockers

On a roll call vote of 25-40, Minnesota Senate Democrats defeated an amendment to the Senate Education Finance and Policy bill on Thursday, April 30, that would have protected children. The amendment would have required separate biological male and biological female student locker rooms, bathrooms and dressing areas, and also [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:26:50-05:00May 4, 2015|CPL Article, education, gender, privacy|

HF546, The Student Physical Safety & Privacy Act Was NOT Passed

April 27, 2015

Contrary to news you’ve been hearing, the Student Physical & Privacy Act, HF 1546, was not passed as an amendment to the Omnibus House Education Finance bill last Saturday, April 25th, on the floor of the Minnesota House.

No roll call vote!

What passed the House last Saturday was [Read More]

You Are A National Movement!

March 28, 2015

As the public is only just waking up to the dramatic and militant drive to redefine the meaning of male and female, more states are faced with protecting the physical privacy and safety of children. Minnesota, Kentucky, Missouri, Nevada, Texas, and Florida are addressing the same concerns. Other states, like Hawaii, are contending with the extreme sexuality [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:28:29-05:00March 30, 2015|CPL Article, education, gender, legislation, privacy|

Week at a Sweep!

WeekAtASweepMarch 21, 2015

THANK YOU” for calling Members and asking them to protect our students’ physical privacy and for working to protect girls’ sports!

THANK YOU” for your many emails and calls of support to us. CPLAction is comprised of mostly volunteer warriors sending out emails, creating graphics, collecting lists, researching, reading legislation, etc. [Read More]

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