Arizona State Senator tells girls uncomfortable showering with biological males to ‘get a shower curtain’

A video recently surfaced of Arizona State Sen. Christine Marsh (D-Phoenix) recommending the legislature deal with girls who are uncomfortable showering alongside boys in school locker rooms by simply passing a bill requiring shower curtains.

The video, filmed in February 2023, was taken as Marsh voted against a bill that would have required schools to provide “reasonable” accommodations in showers or bathrooms for cross-dressing or transvestite boys so that they don’t infringe on the privacy of other students.

Marsh’s comments have drawn criticism as some point out that a shower curtain would likely not be sufficient for young girls uncomfortable with the prospect of biological males in their locker rooms.

“It is insane that the Arizona legislature would have to pass a law to bar biological males from using girls’ restrooms and locker rooms in schools, and it is beyond insane that a legislator would actually oppose this measure, never mind a female former teacher,” American Principles Project (APP) President Terry Schilling said.

Read the full story on the Grand Canyon Times.

The Arizona Senate Fund Victory Fund PAC posted on X, “Christine Marsh’s message to young girls who are uncomfortable showering with biological males — ‘Get a shower curtain.'”

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