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The members of a high school girls volleyball team complained to school officials about a boy who claimed he thought he was a girl being allowed to change clothes in their locker room.  The school responded by banning the girls from the girls locker room and initiating disciplinary actions against them for "bullying" the mixed up boy.


These so-called "transgender athletes" are the worst sort of cheaters who cannot compete successfully against their own actual gender, so they claim they think they are girls so they can get an unfair advantage in girls sports.  They also create a massive privacy issue in demanding to change clothes in the girls locker rooms.

This happened in Vermont, but it could very well happen here in Beaufort County.  We have a school superintendent who is full blown education establishment, and a school board majority that is weak as water.  We can change that in November by electing three conservative candidates to the school board - Charles Hickman, Donald Shreve, and Gary Carlton.

We need a school board that will speak up for parents, not yes-men who are flunkies for the education bureaucracy - the educrats.

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