Following the decision of the President of the United States Donald trump to restrict visitation by transgender public toilets, Apple and 52 American companies-including Amazon, Apple, IBM and Microsoft have signed an appeal to the Supreme court of the United States in support of senior-transgender Virginia Gavin Grimm. Grimm, who was born a girl but considers himself a boy, seeking permission through the courts to use the restroom of their choice.
Now transgender from Virginia not allowed to choose the toilet on the basis of his gender identity. The Supreme court’s decision came into force last year and was adopted by 5 votes for and 3 against. Appointed President judge Stephen brayer agreed with four colleagues. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan voted against it.
Gavin Grimm, who was born a girl but considers himself a boy, took a course of hormone therapy and officially changed the name. After the decree of the trump on the revision of the rules of visiting transgender public toilets, which were adopted under the previous President Barack Obama, Grimm decided to go back to the court to allow him to use the toilet of their choice. According to the Washington Post, the student wants to feel like a boy 100%.
The sign in the restroom: “We don’t care”
17-year-old-transgender in the United States is going to go to the toilet with boys and girls. Gavin Grimm, who was born a girl but considers himself a boy, seeking permission through the courts, after the introduction of the ban.
The publication notes that the teenager has split American society. In addition to Apple Grimm was supported by the IT companies as Airbnb, Amazon, eBay, IBM, Intel, LinkedIn, Microsoft, PayPal, Salesforce, Twitter, Yahoo and Yelp, as well as Gap, MAC Cosmetics, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Warby Parker and Williams-Sonoma. They ask to meet the requirement of high school student-transgender.