Virginia transgender student's case could have national implications
from The Washington Post
A transgender teen's fight to use the boy's bathroom at his high school in a rural corner of Virginia could shape how schools across the country deal with the question of whether transgender teens have the right to use bathrooms in accordance with their gender identities. Gavin Grimm, 16, and his attorneys are slated to take the teen's case to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, where judges will determine whether banning Gavin, who was born a girl, from the boy's bathroom constitutes sex discrimination and is a violation of federal law. Gavin sued the Gloucester County school board in the fall asking for a preliminary injunction to allow him to use the boy's bathroom.
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