Colorado Official: Transgender Students Can Use Preferred Bathroom After Changing Their ‘Plumbing’

‘There would have to be castration in order to pass something like that around here’

'Castration': School Official Says Transgender Kids Must Change 'The Plumbing' Before Using Preferred Bathrooms (The Blaze)

Delta County School Board member Katherine Svenson made the remarks at an October board meeting, though are just now earning widespread attention.

Svenson said boys and girls in public schools should use the bathrooms associated with their born genders and that they cannot use opposite gender bathrooms until “the plumbing” has been changed.

“Massachusetts and California have passed laws relating to calling a student, irrespective of his biological gender, letting him perform as the gender he thinks he is, or she is, and I want to emphasize, and they’re actually talking about joining girls sports teams going in the girls locker rooms and bathrooms, and I just want to emphasize not in this district,” she said.

Svenson added, “Not until the plumbing’s changed. There would have to be castration in order to pass something like that around here.”

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