Illinois School District Settles With Feds To Let Cross-Dressing Boy Shower In Girls’ Locker Room

Facings federal threats of lost millions in funding for the children of taxpaying parents, a school district in the suburbs of Chicago voted on Thursday to allow a male high school student who dresses like a girl and otherwise identifies as female to use the girls’ locker room and shower there.

The student will use a separate, semi-private area in the girls’ locker room of his public high school.

The settlement between the U.S. Department of Education and the school district — the largest in Illinois — provides that the male student can use girls’ locker rooms as long as he changes in changing stations described as private, according to a Department of Education statement.

The feds have also deigned to allow the district to install curtains in the girls’ locker room for use by any actual, biological girls who want privacy.