Bills in the Kansas Senate and House direct public schools and universities to designate multiperson restrooms, locker rooms and shower rooms for one gender only. Some fear this would isolate transgender students.
Bills in the Kansas Senate and House direct public schools and universities to designate multiperson restrooms, locker rooms and shower rooms for one gender only. Some fear this would isolate transgender students. Icon Design by DresserJohnson.com, ©2015
Bills in the Kansas Senate and House direct public schools and universities to designate multiperson restrooms, locker rooms and shower rooms for one gender only. Some fear this would isolate transgender students. Icon Design by DresserJohnson.com, ©2015

Kansas transgender students would have to use restrooms of their sex at birth, bills say

March 17, 2016 07:11 PM

UPDATED July 28, 2016 02:27 PM

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