Grass Valley, CA — A debate, often times angry, is being held all over our country about which bathrooms transgender people should use. The issue has been addressed in a few lawsuits and lower court decisions, mostly allowing transgender people to use the bathroom that they gender identify with. The controversial debate has now hit home right here in Nevada County. Sierra Charter Elementary School has agreed to pilot the country’s first transgender restroom program for primary schools.
Many of the opponents of allowing transgender to use public restrooms are also against same-sex marriage. Retired Colonel Jack Ripper of Penn Valley, CA is one such opponent.
“I was picking up with mouthy grand kid, had to go drain the lizard, walked into the head and there was this sign on the door. You know, one of those PC things you’d see in San Francisco. A boy and girl and I, I dunno. What the hell? I did what any decent American man would do. I ridiculed the principal ’till he cried. And he did like a Bernie Sanders commie he is.” Exclaimed Col. Ripper in a spittle-filled, bigoted rant. “First the government came for our wells. Then they came for our bodily fluids. Now they’re coming for our toilets. Enough is enough. Trump will fix this bullshit.”
The LGBT support group CenterLink, has applauded the move by Sierra College. CenterLink released a brief statement saying, “This is a huge step forward for the LGBT community, we are on the road to achieving equality for all.”