The exclusive all-girls school in Nashville that wanted to start admitting trans students has put the brakes on that policy after intense backlash
· · Aug 19, 2022 ·

Remember last week when the elite 155-year-old Harpeth Hall in Nashville announced it would be scrapping its century-and-a-half-old girls-only admission policy to admit boys who have been convinced they are girls?

Yeah after some, you know, moderate backlash, apparently they've decided to pull back on that one:

"Based on the response from our school community, the Harpeth Hall Board of Trustees is choosing to pause the adoption of the [transgender admittance policy] in order to engage a wider audience in continued discussion."

Harpeth families right now like:

A word of advice to sanity activists in Nashville: Don't get comfortable.

This could easily just be a feint, a sleight-of-hand undertaken by Harpeth in the hopes that this controversy will just die down and they can proceed as planned with the transgender rules.

Don't let up and don't back down. Keep at it and save this historical school from trans ideology and the invasion of women's spaces by men.

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