State Sen. C.B. Embry, from Butler County, recently introduced the Kentucky Student Privacy Act, which would make transgender students in public schools use the bathrooms which correspond with their sex assigned at birth.
“I just don’t think people of a different biological sex should, children, should be allowed into restrooms who are not the same sex that they are,” Embry said. “I think that’s very upsetting to a number of students and parents.”
As someone who has traveled the world from a young age and used many unisex bathrooms, get over yourselves. What Embry thinks and what reality is are two different things.
If the bill does go into law, students who encounter a person of the opposite biological sex in a restroom, locker room, or shower room could recover $2,500 from the school, depending on the specific situation.
This bill is a violation of Title IX and, hopefully, will be overturned if it ever sees the light of day.