Diana Furchtgott-Roth: Obama’s bathroom law fails to protect those who need it most: girls

It is difficult to be a girl in America.

Leaving aside the usual traumas of youth and adolescence, evolving social mores often encourage girls to act, dress and even think in self-degrading ways. Peeping Toms and worse lurk in neighborhoods and even at schools, always ready to prey on girls. Historically, a girl could count on family, schools and the government to protect them.

Of course, in any moral country, the government would defend girls against the actions of those seeking to take advantage of them. That simple moral compass has been turned on its head in America, where the Obama administration has unwittingly invited Peeping Toms and perverts to enter any girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms under the guise of fairness to the transgender community.

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