The Obama administration has eliminated single-sex bathrooms at national parks in support of the transgender bathroom agenda.
According to the Department of Interior, the new slap in the face to biology and common-sense (they come every week) occurred because of "recently passed state laws relating to the transgender community."
"Visitors to public lands and water sites are welcome to use restrooms that best align with their gender identity," said the department in an email to the Heritage Foundation.
National Park Service spokesman Jeremy K. Barnum reiterated this claim in a statement, saying the new policy seeks to curtail discrimination against transgenders, equating it with race:
We welcome all visitors regardless of their race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity to visit public lands and waters in their back yard and beyond. … We remain committed to appropriately representing our nation’s diversity on our public lands, and continue to work alongside local communities and leaders to find meaningful ways to preserve and tell the stories that reflect the narrative of all Americans.
"Other polls show the public strongly opposes the removal of single-sex bathrooms for K-12 schools. A study of the 2010 census showed that only one out of every 2,400 adults have changed their names to the opposite sex."
So much for nature at the national parks.