A Pennsylvania school district has decided to dismantle all its boys and girls restrooms and then waste $2.4 million of its budget rebuilding new restrooms to be “gender neutral.”
Garden Spot High School in New Holland, Pennsylvania, announced that it will eliminate its normal boys and girls bathrooms and locker rooms and will then launch the expensive project to have them rebuilt by December of next year.
The district’s left-wing school board approved the waste of money in a unanimous vote on October 21.
The left-wing construction project will be made of four “zones” including 48 private changing rooms and 76 private showers, according to Lancaster Online. The showers are also to double as changing rooms when not in use as showers.
District Superintendent Bob Hollister happily crowed that the facilities will not be designated for any particular gender.
The board also released a statement celebrating the massive expenditure on the PC facilities:
This District policy states that multi-user locker rooms and restrooms will be separated based on biological sex. But the idea behind the policy is much deeper,” the board at Eastern Lancaster County School District wrote in a statement on the matter. “We’ve worked hard to arrive at a solution that balances varied interests — which is why we’re systematically converting multi-user facilities into a series of single-user facilities.
According to WTXF, the board also promised the new transgender-friendly facilities will feature “entry points in public areas of schools so that any student, regardless of assigned sex and gender identity, can access them.”
The board also excused away the huge amount of education money thrown away at this PCsim as a project that is “worthwhile one that will serve the students, coaches, and the school for many years to come.”
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