Social conservatives applaud, LGBTQ lobby condemns SCOTUS rejection of transgender school case

Peter LaBarbera | Life Site News

 Don Blake, chairman and president of the Virginia Christian Alliance, said that while gender-confused students like Grimm deserve care and compassion, “Government should not be in the business of normalizing a mental illness, especially through the schools.”

Echoing the American College of Pediatricians, Blake told LifeSiteNews that from a parent’s perspective, “it is child abuse to enable and encourage a child” like Grimm not to “grow up in her natural gender.”

 WASHINGTON, D.C., March 6, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Reaction was swift and impassioned from both sides after the Supreme Court decision Monday to vacate the case of a gender-confused female student demanding school accommodations to live as a “boy.”

The high court ruled that it will not hear a “transgender” case brought by Gavin Grimm, a gender-confused Virginia teenager who identifies as “male” and wants to use boys’ school restrooms at her high school. The Supreme Court vacated and remanded Gloucester County School Board v. Gavin Grimm back to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals “for further consideration.”  READ MORE ON LIFE SITE NEWS 

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