Allman Analysis: Bill Protecting Boy, Girl Only Locker, Rest Rooms Should Be Debated
ST. LOUIS —
You would think it would be a no-brainer, but apparently it's not. A bill that would require Missouri public schools provide gender specific locker rooms, bathrooms, and other private facilities where only boys and only girls may enter...in addition to allowing facilities that are gender neutral and/or unisex may not even be allowed to be debated in the Missouri Senate.
The bill was introduced by Missouri State Senator Ed Emery, and one parent of students in Missouri public schools is astonished that we may never even see it debated in the legislature.
Lisa Pannett talked to The Allman Report about the bill, as well as how the Obama Administration's move to tie Title IX funding to the issue of allowing privileges to transgender students under vague language is causing major problems in public schools.
Pannett cited a recent case where a boy decided to call himself a girl so he could use the girls' facilities and make a point to harass girls. She says that when the girls raised the issue with administrators, they firmly backed the actions of the boy, who was described as talking about their breasts, and performing lewd acts.
She says the girls were told by administrators that they should use the single sex bathroom, which they did. At that point, the boy followed them there and continued the harassment.
In pushing Emery's Bill, Pannett says that she has found that opponents are trying to kill any public conversation on the issue, and are interested in destroying the moral fabric in in more places in order to push more extreme liberal policies into American society.
For more information on the bill, click here.
Pannett is also an activist who is part of the "The Sanity Project", which aims to address what it calls a drive by political groups under the LGBTQ moniker to persecute and penalize people they disagree with, while co-opting the terms "acceptance" and "tolerance" to do so.
WATCH the Video Clip for the Full Interview, ONLY on The Allman Report on ABC 30 St. Louis