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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Andrew Beckwith
In 2003, against the will of a majority of citizens, a handful of justices in Massachusetts ruled that the state constitution guarantees equal marriage rights for homosexual couples. The following year, “marriages” of same-sex couples began. We are now seeing the effects play out in many areas of public life, including the Massachusetts public school system.
he Massachusetts Department of Education has issued a new directive for schools in the handling of transgendered students, including allowing them to use whichever restroom they choose.
As Adam J. McLeod and Andrew Beckwith pointed out in The Public Discourse:
"Fundamentally, boys need to be using the boys' room and girls need to be using the girls' rooms, and we base that on their anatomical sex, not some sort of internalized gender identity," Andrew Beckwith, the institute's general counsel, told Fox News' Todd Starnes.