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Stitt’s Education Bro Obsessed With “Dangerous” Stillwater Bathrooms

In his latest effort to remind our state's few remaining normal people that he's a right-wing partisan putz that has no business being in charge of our State's public education system, Kevin Stitt's Education Bro'cetary Ryan Walters – a Republican candidate for State School Superintendent – sent the Stillwater School Board a letter complaining about their "dangerous bathroom policies."

So, what are these dangerous bathroom policies? Did the district ban students from washing hands, or require them to finish smoking the entire cigarette before returning back to class? Did they replace toilet paper with sandpaper and then hide baby alligators in the pipes to bite students who are spending too much time on TikTok while going #2?

Nope! Ryan's simply mad that the district allows students to use the same restroom that corresponds to their gender:

Geeze, what an out-of-touch chode! It's way too early in the race to go to the manufactured wedge issues "Greatest Hits" bag!

Seriously, I know Ryan's already used a lot of mental ammunition grandstanding on manufactured issues like CRT and teen transgender athletes, but the trans bathrooms debate is soooo 2017. I expect a guy like this to come up with something fresh and creative, like imploring the district to ban Disney clothing because it promotes pedophilia and the gay agenda.

I guess that's what I get for setting such high expectations for this loser.

According to The Oklahoman, the Stillwater School District's "dangerous bathroom policy" has been in effect since 2016, and to date, not one student has been harmed:

At issue is a policy Stillwater Public Schools enacted in 2015 that allows a student to use the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity. Interim Stillwater Superintendent Gay Washington has said the policy is in line with federal Title IX policies that spell out protections for all students, including those who identify as LGBTQ.

She also disputed rumors that the restroom policy had quietly been changed this year to give transgender students more flexibility to choose what restroom they use.

In a recent open letter to students and parents in the district, Washington defended the district's policy. Over the years it has been in place, there have been no reported incidents of transgender students acting inappropriately while using the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity, she wrote.

I know I'm not a weirdo who's obsessed with teenage bathroom habits, but shouldn't something technically be dangerous before we call it dangerous? What's next, banning the ghost runner on first from sliding into the second baseman during PE?

Anyway, The Oklahoman has a pretty good write-up on the situation here. If you're transphobic or enjoy hate-reading about transphobic politicians, you'll enjoy it.

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