Parents of students of Deansfield Primary School in London are complaining that it has introduced gender-neutral toilets without warning - and now some girls are too embarrassed to use the facilities, which may potentially harm their health.
Some parents complained that their girls would rather endure a full bladder than use a facility they share with boys, which is hardly surprising given that the situation is made more difficult by the flawed design of toilet cubicles, most of which don’t have floor-to-ceiling walls, and there have been numerous cases reported of boys looking over the tops at girls on the toilet.
The situation at Deansfield Primary School is far from being an isolated incident, as both primary and secondary schools in the UK are being pressured by advocates of transgender rights to switch to unisex toilets.
This can cause all kind of harm to girls uncomfortable with the arrangement, who may skip school, risk dehydration and take other actions to avoid the embarrassment.
It is not unknown for some 'transgender activists' to trick schools into making the switch by falsely claiming that it is demanded by equality laws.
We demand a ban on gender-neutral toilets in schools and a return to the arrangements that were in place before 'transgender activists' were given such an unreasonable priority.
We believe that it is in the best interests of female pupils that such insane examples of political correctness are consigned to the dustbin of history.
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