Another judge puts padlock on Biden’s perverting of the definition of ‘girl’ in public school bathrooms


A federal judge has put a temporary injunction on the Biden Administration’s novel interpretation of “female” in Title IX laws.

The case was brought by four states: Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, and Idaho. U.S. District Court Judge Terry Doughty put a pause on the Biden transgender-equals-female rules from going into effect pending a review by the U.S. District Court of the Western District of Louisiana. 

The Biden Administration expanded the definition of sex discrimination, to include gender identity, or how a person might “feel” about their femininity or masculinity. The Biden rules prohibit single-sex bathrooms in schools that receive federal funding, which is all public schools.

The Biden scheme also applies to girls’ locker rooms, which as of Aug. 1 will have to be opened to boys who want to undress with girls.

Judge Doughty said plaintiff states showed there would be a threat of irreparable harm that could outweigh any possible benefit to opening up girls’ private spaces to boys.

Title IX, championed by Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, came about at a time when girls were discriminated against in sports, as ending was only being used to support boys’ teams. Under the Obama and Biden Administrations, the Democrats have redefined the term “sex” to include “gender identity.” The Trump Administration ended the efforts started under President Barack Obama, but those gender-bending policies are being doubled-down on by the Biden Administration, which would end funding to schools that don’t allow boys to undress with girls.

Already, boys are now competing in girls’ divisions and taking away their trophies across the country in many different sports, from track and field to basketball.

Earlier, another federal court also sided with the girls. Judge Reed O’Connor, o the U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas Fort Worth Division, said the issue is really whether the federal government may lawfully impose conditions on a state’s educational institutions by “purporting to interpret Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments as prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.”

He concluded, “Defendants cannot regulate state educational institutions in this way without violating federal law,” and said the DOE and DOJ “engaged in unlawful agency action taken in excess of their authority, all while failing to adhere to the appropriate notice and comments requirements when doing so.”

Judge O’Connor said the Biden Administration “failed to follow the proper procedures. Rather than promote the equal opportunity, dignity, and respect that Title IX demands for both biological sexes, [the DOE’s] Guidance Documents do the opposite in an effort to advance an agenda wholly divorced from the text, structure, and contemporary context of Title IX.”


  1. Protect the children, ban priests from using public bathrooms! Proportionally more priests have committed sexual assault against children than transgender people.

    • First, cite your sources.

      Second, there is no such thing as a ‘transgender’ person.

      There are only mentally ill persons that believe themselves to be a sex, or gender, that they are not, or mentally ill individuals that are riding the current social gravy train so as to be somehow relevant, or so they wish it were so.

      Either way, it is a mental illness, not a physical manifestation.

  2. A glimmer of sanity on an otherwise insane world.
    I still haven’t found an alphabet person that could tell me the name of surgery
    For changing DNA, go figure

  3. Suzanne, was there another state? “The case was brought by five states: Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, and Idaho.”

  4. Grandpa sniffy sure likes the youngins
    Lockup your daughters…lockup your wives…lockup your back door and run for your lives!
    TNT He is dynamite!

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