[Above] The case of transgender high school student Gavin Grimm, seen here last year, has been sent back to a lower court by the Supreme Court without reaching a decision.

The court vacated the current dispute after the Trump administration withdrew support for an Obama administration order supporting transgender students. In returning the case, the justices opted not to decide whether a federal anti-discrimination law gives high school senior Gavin Grimm the right to use the boys’ bathroom in his school.

The case had been scheduled for argument in late March. Instead, the lower court in Virginia must now evaluate the federal law known as Title IX and the extent to which it applies to transgender students. The law bars sex discrimination in schools.

The case came from a federal appeals court and was brought by Virginia’s Gloucester County school board, which wanted to prevent a Grimm from using the boys’ bathrooms.

The appeals court had ordered the school board to accommodate Grimm. But the justices in August put that order on hold while they considered whether to hear the appeal.

Grimm, a 17-year-old high school senior, was born female but identifies as male.

“I never thought that my restroom use would ever turn into any kind of national debate,” said Grimm, who had urged the courts not to take up his case.

He was allowed to use the boys’ restroom for several weeks in 2014. But after some parents complained, the school board adopted a policy requiring students to use either the restroom that corresponds with their biological gender or a private, single-stall restroom.

The high court action follows the Trump administration’s recent decision to withdraw a directive issued during Barack Obama’s presidency that advised schools to allow students to use the bathroom of their chosen gender, not biological birth.

Similar lawsuits have played out across the country.

The Obama administration had sued North Carolina over a state law aimed at restricting transgender students to bathrooms that correspond to their biological genders.

And a federal judge in Texas has sided with the state and 12 other states in issuing a nationwide hold on the administration’s directive to public schools, issued in May. The directive told schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom and locker room consistent with their gender identity.

Though Grimm had urged the court not to take up his case, the school board had asked the court to settle the matter now. It said that allowing Grimm to use the boy’s restroom raises privacy concerns and may cause some parents to pull their children out of school.

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond sided with Grimm in April, saying the federal judge who previously dismissed Grimm’s Title IX discrimination claim ignored the Education Department’s guidance on bathroom use.

The appeals court reinstated Grimm’s Title IX claim and sent it back to the district court for further consideration. The judge then issued the order in favor of Grimm.

The Supreme Court justices did not comment on the case beyond their one-sentence order returning it to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.


Where did the transgender bathroom issues begin?

The movement to have transgender status recognized by the US Government and American society began decades ago – long before millennials even existed.

Transgender recognition was a bequeath request left in Chuck Holmes’ Last Will and Testament.

Charles (Chuck) Holmes was internationally known for building the most successful pornography businesses in the world. The firm’s holding company controls all three businesses and a few lesser sized businesses.

The three major businesses are in the multi-billion dollar range. Click the Bloomberg image below (featuring Chuck Holmes holding company Conwest Resources Inc) known as the Falcon Studios Group. To view the actual business websites (for adults only):

It shocked Chuck Holmes friends whom had known him for decades, relatives, business partners and lawyers when after meeting Chuck Holmes during the latter part of Chuck’s life (when Holmes had already been declared terminal), that the newly met lover, Terry Bean (a Portland, Oregon realtor) emerged with documents proving he was the Holmes Estate’s Sole Executor.

Having full control of the extremely wealthy estate, Terry Bean became Barack Hussein Obama’s most successful “cash bundler.”

During his last year as president, Barack Obama introduced transgender bathrooms into schools across the country because if transgender acceptance did not succeed, the cash would have to be returned to the estate.

The Will specifically states that the bulk of the monies would go to the democratic politician that successfully introduced transgender status in the United States: https://snn.bz/chuck-holmes/

A book published decades ago about the pornography industry in the sixties and seventies is one of the few places where one can find information related to Chuck Holmes Last Will and Testament and the fact that Terry Bean became the Sole Executor to that will. The book also mentions the Clinton couple quite clearly.

Former president Obama did not invent transgender recognition.  He merely introduced it into the United States Education system and chose to do so during his last year in office in compliance with Chuck Holmes Last Will and Testament.


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