Concerned parents say new initiative will make bathrooms more dangerous for female students.What could go wrong?
Chicago Public Schools will begin implementing new bathroom policies the district says will better accommodate gender confused students.
In a bizarre public service announcement dedicated to laying out the new agenda, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) “Chief Title IX Officer” Camy Pratt explains the radical restroom changes are part of a districtwide effort to make schools more “inclusive.”
Chicago Public Schools announced new rules, removing gendered bathrooms. This is not going to end well. pic.twitter.com/1hFb7e1CDZ— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) December 2, 2021
“In compliance with new federal guidelines, all CPS students and staff will have fair and equitable access to bathroom facilities that align with their gender identity,” Pratt announces.
Footage accompanying the announcement shows elementary-age schoolchildren walking by a restroom that has “gender neutral” signage shoddily placed over what used to be a “women” sign.
Pratt goes on to say CPS will soon be sending out permanent “gender neutral” signage to all its schools so “students and staff will have fair and equitable access to bathroom facilities that align with their gender identity.”
The PSA goes on to show different gender neutral signage that will be used throughout the district.
Bathrooms for normal boys and girls will be altered to additionally include a statement reading, “All who feel comfortable are welcome to use this restroom.”
A social media post by the district announcing the changes earlier this week was panned on social media, with concerned parents saying the new initiative will make bathrooms more dangerous for female students.
Others pointed out the district should focus on learning, as most students won’t be able to read or understand the “inclusive” signage due to the district’s abysmally low reading proficiency rate.