It's fair to assume that Katherine Svenson is against the idea of allowing transgendered male high school students to use the girl's washroom at school.
The Delta County, Colorado, school trustee has nothing against them being transgendered. It's just that if they want to use the ladies', well, they should be castrated.
CBS affiliate NewsChannel 5 reports Svenson made the comments at an October school board meeting after handing out an article about new policies in California and Massachusetts that protect students who claim a gender different from the one they were born with. That includes allowing them to use whichever washroom they choose.
". . . [T]hey're actually talking about joining girls sports teams going in the girls locker rooms and bathrooms, and I just want to emphasize not in this district," Svenson said, according to a recording of the meeting obtained by NewsChannel 5. "Not until the plumbing's changed. There would have to be castration in order to pass something like thatRead More »from U.S. school trustee says transgender male students can use girls washroom ... if they’re castrated