13-year-old British schoolgirl won over the court cases that essentially banned transgender toilets from happening, citing references that she felt threatened of her safety and privacy. The High Court of the United Kingdom has settled the affair and the Oxfordshire County Council has effectively banned any relative procedures regarding the so-called ‘Trans Inclusion Toolkit’
This toolkit included a guideline saying that the transgender students should be let to choose their own bathroom of choice, according to their self-recognition of their genders.The unnamed complaint she has issued over the 65-page guide has been sensationalized.
Oxfordshire County Council produced the toolkit last year giving the up to date reference over how teachers in the educational field should treat transgender students in their livelihood.he guide said that transgender children should be allowed to use the changing rooms, dorms and toilets of their preferred gender.
She said “it was unfair and made her feel powerless, and last month a judge allowed her to challenge the county council.”
She has directly said: ‘I am very surprised that the council never asked the opinion of girls in Oxfordshire about what we thought before they published the toolkit.
Under these guidelines I have no right to privacy from the opposite sex in changing rooms, loos or on residential trips.It makes me feel that my desire for privacy, dignity, safety and respect is wrong. It makes me feel sad, powerless and confused.
I don’t understand how allowing boys and girls to share private spaces is okay.’
The local town council has vouched for other provisional guideline for transgender children as the High Court explicitly banned all related documents of the previous educational guideline.
Because the toolkit is no longer an official document, it means the judicial review can no longer go ahead.The 13-year-old complaint has also mentioned that the whole legal ordeal has ‘had a very significant impact’ on her and Oxfordshire County Council have not apologized to her personally.
She said: ‘Although they have withdrawn it now, they haven’t apologised to me or said they were wrong. I would like to know what Oxfordshire County Council is going to do to make schools a safe place for girls going forward.’
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