DODEA to allow Ramstein transgender student to use girls’ bathroom as part of new policy

A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
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A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
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A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
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A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
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A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
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A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven
From Stripes.com
A recent photo of Blue, the 11-year-old daughter of an U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, may now use the girls bathroom at her base school, after initially being denied access to it. The Department of Defense Education Activity said all openly transgender students will now be able to use the restroom and locker room of their gender identity as part of a new transgender student policy. Photo courtesy of Jessica Girven

DODEA to allow Ramstein transgender student to use girls’ bathroom as part of new policy

by: Jennifer H. Svan | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: October 25, 2016

Note: This article has been corrected.

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — All schools on U.S. military bases worldwide will begin immediately allowing openly transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice, officials said Monday.

The announcement reverses a decision earlier this month to deny the 11-year-old transgender daughter of a U.S. airman at Ramstein Air Base access to the girls’ bathroom at her school.

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