Judge in transgender case: Girls have no rights to ‘visual bodily privacy’

Judge in transgender case: Girls have no rights to ‘visual bodily privacy’

by WorldTribune Staff, April 11, 2019 While allowing a lawsuit to proceed against an Illinois school district which allows transgender students to use the facilities of their choice, a federal judge threw out the student-plaintiffs’ argument that they have the right to “bodily privacy,” saying that right refers to physically being touched by others, “not […]

LGBT lobby sets priorities after convention, address lack of diversity in own leadership

LGBT lobby sets priorities after convention, address lack of diversity in own leadership

by WorldTribune Staff, August 2, 2016 The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender movement set a list of characteristically aggressive goals during its Equality Forum summit at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The LGBT movement has four priorities on its list of goals, number one being passage of the Equality Act. The federal legislation sponsored […]