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Wisconsin teen challenges Minnesota rule banning high school boys from dance

Kaiden Johnson wanted to dance and compete with his high school dance team. But the Minnesota State High School League said no because he’s a boy and dance teams are for girls. On Tuesday, lawyers wit... read more

Teen Files Lawsuit Against MSHSL’s ‘Girls Only’ Dance Team Rule

Dmitri Moua, 16, first encountered the Minnesota State High School League rule when he wanted to join Roseville High School’s dance team. The league’s bylaws declare competitive dance team a “girls on... read more

Court opinion: 4th Circuit sides with transgender high school student suing school board for access to boy's bathroom

A federal appeals court in Richmond has sided with a transgender high school student, saying that he can proceed with his lawsuit arguing that his school board’s decision to ban him from the boy’s bat... read more

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