22 States Suing Joe Biden Over Radical and Dangerous Title IX Changes

22 Republican states are suing President Joe Biden over the Title IX changes for federally-funded schools. These changes include banning discrimination against LGBT students based on sexual orientation or “gender identity.” Right now, Title IX forces schools to allow transgender students to use whichever bathroom they choose, and it would make using “preferred pronouns” mandatory – and federally-funded schools have until August 1st to comply.

The law that started as a protection against sexual harassment in 1972 has turned into a tool that will endanger young children in bathrooms and will force teachers and administrators to go against their personal beliefs by using “preferred pronouns.” These new rules will open the door for predators to have easy access to bathrooms, where they can easily assault or harass students of the opposite sex – and sadly, this has already happened. Though, gay activists insist that transgenders pose no danger to the opposite sex in bathrooms. But it is a matter of simple logic. How can women feel safe in a bathroom when a biological male is among them? And would not predators take advantage of this leniency to hurt women?

Additionally, the definition of “discrimination” is broad and ill-defined. There very well may be lawsuits against those who speak out against transgenderism with this new law, which some may call “discrimination” if someone does not agree with the liberal trans activists.

22 states are fighting back against this clear violation of safety and free speech. These states are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Please share this story to bring awareness to some of the threats facing children in schools today and pray that Title IX continues to protect rather than threaten.

Marisa Cantu has an MS in political science and international affairs and a BA in political science. She has also studied international studies and French. She has a strong background in nonprofit work, research, writing, and policy proposal and analysis.

In her free time, Marisa enjoys painting, writing, cooking, and spending time with her husband.

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