Judge rules AGAINST religious exemptions

A federal judge has ruled that transgender students must be allowed to share dorm rooms and shower spaces with those of the opposite biological sex at a Christian college in Missouri.

Judge Roseann Ketchmark of the District Court of Western Missouri — an Obama appointee — ruled Wednesday against the College of the Ozarks, which sued President Joe Biden over his executive order prohibiting segregation based on biological sex, lawyers representing the school said Wednesday.

Biden’s inauguration day executive order prevented schools from using biological sex for “discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.”

“Women shouldn’t be forced to share private spaces, including showers and dorm rooms with males, and religious schools shouldn’t be punished simply because of their beliefs about biological sex,” said Julie Marie Blake, senior counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), according to the Daily Caller.

“The Biden administration’s overreach continues to victimize women, girls and people of faith by gutting their legal protections, and it must be stopped.”

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