Gap, Lyft, Microsoft, others Let boys in girls' showers
Gap, Lyft, Microsoft, others: Let boys in girls' showers
Members of the powerhouse legal team Alliance Defending Freedom are criticizing the assertion of dozens of American companies, including some of its largest, that boys who believe they are girls should be allowed in girls’ restrooms and shower rooms during their high school years.
Big business shouldn’t be advocating for boys to share the girls’ locker rooms and showers – and vice versa – in our public schools, and yet that’s precisely what these 53 companies are doing,” said Kerri Kupec, legal counsel with ADF.
The companies submitted a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of transgenderism in a case at the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday, Gloucester County School Board v. G.G.