Reports have already emerged of sexual assault of girls in school bathrooms enabled by ‘trans’ policies. But one policymaker is warning the resulting harm is even more widespread.
By Emily Mangiaracina | 22 April 2022
LIFE SITE NEWS — A pro-family policy advocate who helped win support for the recently passed Alabama “bathroom bill,” which requires students to use bathrooms of their biological sex, is warning that school “trans” policies cause ripple effects of harm to girls even beyond sexual assault.
In an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews, Jameson Taylor, who serves as director of policy and government affairs for the American Family Association, unpacked the potentially long-term damage that could be inflicted by school policies that allow biological males to use girls’ bathrooms and facilities.
Taylor believes, for example, that such policies are causing young women to develop an “increasing anxiety about the bathroom being a safe place.”
“So even if there are only a handful of cases” of sexual assault by transgender males “that are verified,” said Taylor, “there has been a shift in our culture, and I think in the culture of our schools,” in which “Basically women decide, I’m just gonna wait to go to the bathroom until I get home.” […]