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— A southwest Missouri school district has a new policy governing bathroom usage for transgender students that some civil rights advocates are calling discriminatory.The Marionville School District recently adopted a policy allowing students to either use a gender-neutral bathroom or a bathroom designated for their biological sex, The Springfield News-Leader reported.Inclusion in the list implies neither wrongdoing nor justification on the part of the person killed or the officer involved.The listing merely documents the occurrence of a death.“Female students have a well-developed legal right to be secure in their body integrity.They have the right not to be naked in front of a male,” Mickes said.Sarah Rossi, director of advocacy and policy for the ACLU of Missouri, called Marionville’s policy “blatant discrimination.” She said the policy conflicts with federal guidelines for transgender students, who should be able to use a bathroom or locker room of the gender they identify with.
Marionville superintendent Larry Brown said the school board adopted the policy based on recommendations from the school’s insurance company and attorney, Tom Mickes.
“We are going to provide alternatives, but showering with them is not one of the options.” Steph Perkins, interim director of PROMO, Missouri’s statewide organization advocating for LGBT equality, said he hopes Marionville and other schools will not feel forced to follow these recommended policies to the letter and instead take a case-by-case approach.
“While these policies are a huge step in the right direction, we hope that any steps that have been made to support students aren’t reversed because of a policy,” Perkins said.
Source: The Marionville, MO crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2016.
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