You know folks, when is enough enough? I don’t know about all of you…but this gal has just about had her fill of this BS, especially when it comes from pathetic parents like this couple of blathering idiots! My heart goes out to their kids…who knows how any of them will turn out as they get older with their so-called role models filled with nothing but mindless mush…especially their son Coy, whose been at the center of attention in this case from the get-go!
The Colorado Civil Rights Division has decided in favor of the transgender first-grader who had been prohibited from using the girls’ bathroom at a public elementary school.
The Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which filed the complaint on behalf of the first-grader’s family, announced the ruling on Sunday, reports Denver FOX affiliate KDVR.
The student, Coy Mathis, was born biologically male but wears girls’ clothes all the time. The six-year-old had also been using the girls’ bathroom at Eagleside Elementary in Fountain, Colorado near Colorado Springs.
In December, the school banned Coy from using the girls’ bathroom. The new policy was for Coy to use either the boys’ bathroom, a teacher’s lounge bathroom or the nurse’s bathroom. (RELATED: School district bans transgender first-grader from using girls’ bathroom)
At the time, the Mathis family responded by taking Coy out of school
The ruling by the state’s civil rights division, which enforces laws discrimination laws, decreed that Mathis was a victim of illegal discrimination.
Division director Steven Chavez pronounced that a policy directing Coy to “disregard her identity while performing one of the most essential human functions constitutes severe and pervasive treatment, and creates an environment that is objectively and subjectively hostile, intimidating or offensive,” according to The New York Times.
The decision mentioned the latest research on transgender issues, adds KDVR. “Compartmentalizing a child as a boy or a girl solely based on their visible anatomy,” Chavez wrote, “is a simplistic approach to a difficult and complex issue.”
The ruling observed that the child’s birth certificate indicates that Coy was born male. However, more recent medical and legal documentation indicates that the first-grader is female.
It’s not clear which metrics for gender the creators of any of these documents used.
“Schools should not discriminate against their students, and we are thrilled that Coy can return to school and put this behind her,” Kathryn Mathis, Coy’s mother, said in a statement obtained by KDVR. “All we ever wanted was for Coy’s school to treat her the same as other little girls.”
At a previous press conference when the complaint was announced, Coy’s mother had told reporters that her child began to identify as a girl “as soon as she could express herself,” according to local NBC affiliate KOAA. She described Coy as restless and generally miserable before the parents decided to permit the transgender child to dress like a girl and act like a girl.
School officials had expressed concern about what might happen to the child later on — in middle school and high school — when students generally start to notice things like gender and sexuality.
Coy Mathis is a triplet (along with a brother, Max, and a sister, Lilly). There are two other siblings as well, one older and one younger.
The Mathis family has relocated to the Denver area and now intends to enroll Coy in an area school.
Watch this video, see how you think that poor little boy acts during this interview with Katie Kupcake while watching his wussified father and his pathetic, media-driven with a cause mother…and I use the term ‘mother’ politely in his case! ~ Color me beet red with disgust!
So, let’s see here…she noticed differences when Coy was 18 months old and took him to a shrink, how lovely! – She’s the one that needs a shrink. She’d better pray little Coy doesn’t turn on her, or both his parents in a major way the older he gets…and I’m mot kidding!
What message would you send to this couple if you could? – Fire Away…Inquiring Minds Want to Know!