Trans Students Spark Bathroom Controversy at Oklahoma Middle School
A male-to-female transgender student using the girls’ bathroom has sparked a major controversy at an Oklahoma middle school.
Family members of Stillwater Area Public Schools students are speaking out against the district enforcing the Biden administration’s bathroom policy — wherein transgender students are permitted to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity.
Riley Flack, whose eldest daughter attends Stillwater Middle School, said “a lot of people like to make it a different issue than it is and make it a bigger subject.”
But, according to Flack, the issue is “that there is a boy” who is “being allowed” in his daughter’s school bathroom.
“And that’s the issue,” Flack said. “I mean, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what sort of issues might come of a certain policy like this.”
The father of three daughters cited the sexual assault cases in Loudoun County, Virginia, saying, “there is zero reason why a boy should be allowed in the girls’ bathroom in a public school setting, especially at the grade of six, at 12 years old.”
Oklahoma middle school families alarmed over daughters sharing bathroom with transgender student