Interview brandie oconnor breanna hargrave (@brohargrave) March 24, 2014

Interview brandie oconnor breanna hargrave (@brohargrave) Marc울산 출장 안마h 24, 2014

I think I might try to get myself in trouble for wearing the same shirt twice. #noobbrics — Amanda Hagan (@HaganaAmanda) March 25, 2014

#noobbrics – Why you 강릉출장안마should be proud to be a female #noobbrics – why you should be ashamed to be a boy #noobbrics — Margo (@MargoSays) March 24, 2014

@Brohargrave I wear one shirt to a soccer game, another shirt for college. That’s no surprise. #NoobsStyle — Jai Rong (@JaiRong) March 24, 2014

It’s no big deal if a person can’t stop the shirt from coming off. It’s also no big deal if people are wearing it on the road and getting pulled over. #NoobsStyle — Em바카라ily Rios (@emilyrios) March 24, 2014

One of these days I want to wear a pair of shoes that are completely covered up #NoobsStyle — Amy B (@bitchcurious) March 24, 2014

@brohargrave No wonder you’re so afraid of wearing a shirt that says NO OBSTACLE! — james r (@_jamesrb) March 24, 2014

Yes you, too, #NoobsStyle – you’re making me feel guilty about my decision to wear my shirt to the ballpark. — Jami O’Connor (@JamiOCT) March 24, 2014

A friend pointed out to me that my shirt is NOT the answer, but #NoobsStyle is, and I’d be happy to be able to wear the thing I feel is wearing me down. #noobbrics #noobsblog — Landon Nair (@lonndair9) March 24, 2014

It’s not that I’m afraid of going to the doctor. I’m just not allowed to wear that kind of clothing. — kristen harrison (@blunderdude) March 24, 2014

So I’m walking around with my shirt off, the doctor just asks, “Why are you wearing that?” #noobbrics — Sarah Korn (@sarahbrixton13) March 24, 2014

@brohargrave yeah maybe we’ll get some tips for this — Rina

Court overturns mcdonalds store approval for transgender restroom

Court overturns mcdonalds store approval for transgender restroom

A new Texas state law that would have restricted transgender people to restrooms that match the gender on their birth certificate could be overturned, state officials announced Thursday.apronx

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The U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 ruled that public schools could not refuse to allow students to use the bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity, as they often do.

The Texas law was backed by the Human Rights Campaign, which says it’s designed to help all students avoid harassment, discrimination and violence.

The transgender bill did not include protections against gender-based bullying.

Earlier this month, Houston-based Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he would seek a temporary injunction preventing local governments바카라사이트 from enforcing anti-discrimination laws related to the bathroom debate that took place during the Texas congressional race.