Kids will take advantage of these policies whether it's right or wrong. Cis gen boys will attempt to use the cis gen girls facilities in hopes of seeing cis gen parts and vice versa, all the while claiming some random gender identity to get around getting in trouble, regardless of the consequences. This is creating a higher risk of sexual assaults and possible rapes. If that's not a psychologically damaging result for our larger majority of the student population, I don't know what is. These policies say protect this miniscule group, but what about the larger portion of the student body that these policies may create danger for that wasn't there before. Which administrator will take the responsibility of a sexual assault or rape on their watch directly associated to these policies. I oppose. Sure don't bully the kids that identify differently but boys and girls need a certain level of privacy of their own without being creeped out by the boy staring at the girls in the locker room or vice versa. I oppose these policies. They are not safe.