By Kristi J. AndersonPublished Nov 01, 2018 11:12:01LATEST CONTENT: Lets hope the Trump administration’s plans for Latinos in the U.S. don’t have the unintended consequences that they have in the United Kingdom.
Lets also hope that, in light of the UK’s recent policy of banning transgender students from using the boys’ locker room, that the UK will not have to follow suit.
If so, it will be a significant victory for the LGBT community.
Here are a few reasons why:Lets start with the policy itself.
The UK has a policy that does not allow transgender students to use the boys bathroom, so, like the United States, they have decided that, by law, they can have the right to use whatever bathroom they choose.
But this is not the case in the UK, where transgender students are allowed to use any bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity.
This means that the transgender student can use whatever restroom they want to, regardless of what the school does.
This is a major change for trans people in the world, who have long been discriminated against and harassed in the name of “privacy.”
And since trans people can use the bathrooms of their choice, it opens the door to the possibility of discrimination against cisgender students who choose not to use public facilities.
In addition, since the UK has decided that it can ban transgender students in the locker room to protect the school’s reputation, it means that they can no longer claim to be a neutral party when it comes to this issue.
In the U, this has meant that trans students have been able to claim that they were not being discriminated against by the school.
However, it also means that trans people will now be able to have their tuition and fees withheld by the university.
This could be devastating for trans students in many cases.
Another way that the policy could impact trans people is by putting the student on an indefinite wait list to receive medical care.
Trans students in UK hospitals have long faced waiting lists for medical care, which often take several months to get through.
If this policy were to go into effect, they could be waiting months for the surgery they need to get their gender on the gender confirmation process.
In addition to this, there is a new law in the state of Virginia that prohibits trans people from using restrooms that correspond to their sexual orientation.
And, in a move that many in the LGBT movement have been pushing for, there are currently several states with laws that outlaw discrimination based on gender identity or gender expression.
These laws, if passed, would not only restrict the rights of trans people to use bathrooms and locker rooms, but would also prevent trans people with gender dysphoria from using them.
This would severely impact trans students and their families, and could also lead to their deaths.
While these bills are still in the works, it is possible that the U of L may soon have to make changes to its policy.
According to The Daily Caller, the school will be forced to “consider the effects of changing our restroom policy” by the end of the year.
And, according to a report from The Advocate, this could mean that trans student bathrooms could be closed to students, or the school could make a policy change to allow trans students to leave the school bathrooms and lockers for “counseling.”
This is a very big deal for trans folks.
We hope that this is just the beginning, but we will keep you posted.
Follow me on Twitter @jessicagoodman for updates.
Sources: NBC News, The Advocate article 1.5K people want the UK to ban transgender people from locker rooms.
VgA6e6uYmO 2.4K trans people have been killed in the US in 2017.
https://www andrews.com 3.1K people have already been killed by guns in the USA this year.
4.2K trans women were murdered in the last 24 hours.
5.5M trans people were murdered this year in the past month.
6.6K trans youth have attempted suicide in the 2016-2017 year.
7.7K trans teens have attempted to self-harm this year, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
8.2M trans women of color have died this year and a whopping 3.2 million people are living with a mental illness.
9.1M trans men of color in the country have died in the same time period.
10.3M trans-identified people have attempted self-harassment this year according to the National Transgender Discrimination Survey.
11.4M trans youth who have attempted suicidal ideation have been at risk of harming themselves