Mississippi PROTECTS Girls and Women — Bans Males from Accessing Female Restrooms, Locker Rooms, and Dorms

Females and males should be provided areas, including restrooms, changing facilities and single-sex educational housing spaces, for their exclusive use, respective to their sex, in order to maintain privacy and safety.

Governor Tate Reeves of Mississippi recently signed a bill into law that bars males from using female restrooms and locker rooms in government schools. The law is effective immediately.

“It’s mind blowing that this is what Joe Biden’s America has come to,” the governor wrote on X. “Having to pass common sense policies that protect women’s spaces was unimaginable just a few years ago. But here we are… we have to pass a law to protect women in bathrooms, sororities, locker rooms, dressing rooms, shower rooms, and more.”

The new law notes that the government has important reasons to distinguish between the sexes “with respect to spaces where biology, safety, and/or privacy are implicated.”

The governor signed the bill after the Biden administration issued a final rule that codifies the redefinition of the word “sex” in Title IX anti-discrimination provisions to include sexual preferences and “gender identity.” Unless states act, girls will no longer have private facilities or fair competition on sports teams.

Several states have filed lawsuits against the Biden administration. Dr. Cade Brumley, Louisiana’s superintendent of education, advised school districts in his state not to comply with the absurd mandate.

Gov. Reeves said his state will do “everything in its power to keep Mississippi’s daughters safe. Thank you to all of the girls and women across our state who stood up and made your voices heard! We are grateful for your efforts and proud of you!”

Photo credit: Michael Rivera, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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