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A transgender girl ended up missing her own high school graduation after the school told her to wear a suit like the guys getting their diplomas, and a judge refused to stop the school from forcing her to do so.
According to the ACLU of Mississippi, 17-year-old “L.B.” was ordered by Harrison Central High School earlier this month to follow the boys’ dress code for Saturday’s graduation ceremony — which included wearing “pants, socks, and shoes, like a boy.”
L.B. had already purchased a dress and heels to wear under her cap and gown … and the ACLU ended up filing a lawsuit against the district on behalf of L.B. and her family.
However, a U.S. district judge reportedly denied the emergency plea, upholding the school’s stance. Multiple reports say she ended up missing the ceremony as a result.
For those unaware, Mississippi was the first state to ban transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports in 2021 … Governor Tate Reeves signed another bill in February that stopped the use of hormone therapy, puberty blockers, and transitioning surgery for minors — referring to trans youth as “a dangerous movement spreading across America.”