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Opinion Biden shouldn’t force private college co-eds to share showers with men

23:45  22 november  2021
23:45  22 november  2021 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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Amid other news last week, it was easy to miss a crucial oral argument by a small Missouri college defending itself against the Biden administration’s serious legal and moral disorder.

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The College of the Ozarks is a private, nondenominational Christian school of about 1,500 students that charges no tuition, instead relying on grants and donor-based scholarships for part of the costs while requiring students to work on-campus jobs to “pay” for the rest. It has been nicknamed “Hard Work U” since a 1973 Wall Street Journal article so labeled it.

Ozarks requires that its students adhere to a strict code of conduct that, among numerous other provisions, forbids sexual relations outside of marriage. Students apply to the school largely because they want to pursue academics in this atmosphere of self-reliance, honor, and Christian values.

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Backed by a number of other colleges and 14 state governments, Ozarks is challenging a “directive” by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that (quoting the school’s lawsuit) effectively would require even “private religious colleges” to “place biological males into female dormitories and to assign them as females’ roommates.” It also means males could use young women’s “intimate spaces such as showers and bathrooms in [their] dormitories.”

It’s all part of the Biden administration’s insistence that not even an institution’s private status, its faith mission, or its First Amendment speech, religious, or association rights can interfere with the oppressive dictates of “sexual orientation or gender identity.” And while President Joe Biden and the Left yell that their supposed right to “privacy” allows the unfettered ability to abort infants, they think somehow that the actual privacy of college women in their bedrooms and showers is of no importance.

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Ozarks argues that the directive violates familiar major constitutional and statutory provisions such as the First Amendment, the 10th Amendment, and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, along with the Constitution’s lesser-known Appointments Clause and a law called the Regulatory Flexibility Act. Without a deep dive into all the legal minutia, suffice it to say that Ozarks's religious liberty claims under the First Amendment and the RFRA law mentioned above are particularly compelling, with case law aplenty on its side.

What’s even more disturbing than Biden’s untenable legal stance is the radical and morally dangerous nature of the policy itself. The manifest violations of intimate privacy and of the prerogative of women to exercise modesty, as well as the denial of all-natural distinctions between men and women, are so egregious that they should not be inflicted on any students, not just those at private Christian colleges, against their wills.

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The same cultural Left that absurdly says students need “safe spaces” from differing opinions is insisting on violating the most intimate, actual spaces of private, daily life. Public university students, no less than Christian college students, should have a chance, if they so desire, not to share private spaces and states of undress with people of the opposite biological sex. Some physical traits define themselves no matter what their bearers “feel” internally about them.

The insistence, against both physiology and human nature, on obliterating all sex-based distinctions has a dystopian quality straight out of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, in which, for example, a “facility” director looked with approval as “naked in the warm June sunshine, six or seven hundred little boys and girls were running with shrill yells over the lawns… [and where] two children, a little boy of about seven and a little girl who might have been a year older, were playing, very gravely and with all the focussed attention of scientists intent on a labour of discovery, a rudimentary sexual game.” The director happily pronounced it “charming.”

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Well, there’s nothing charming about exposing a showering female student, against her wishes, to male private parts, or having her unwillingly expose herself to someone featuring them. The Biden directive is worse than illegal: It’s depraved.

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Tags: Opinion, Beltway Confidential, Biden Administration, transgender bathrooms, Transgender, First Amendment, Freedom of Religion, Religious Freedom Restoration Ac, Free Speech, Opinion

Original Author: Quin Hillyer

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