Transgender Bathrooms Opposed by University Of North Carolina

by Admin on June 17, 2016


Margaret Spellings, the system president of North Carolina University declared that she was against the new bathroom law and would not impose it upon transgender students. The law states that transgender people may use single sex bathrooms of their current gender but only after they can prove that they have had the surgery to change their sex.

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“Pending a final [court] judgment in this case, I have no intent to exercise my authority to promulgate any guidelines or regulations that require that transgender students use the restrooms consistent with their biological sex,” Spellings stated.

The law, which is recognized as the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, or HB2, took effect on March 23 of this year.

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