VIDEO: How not to report on a Trans issue

By Graham Harrington

May 15, 2024

The Pennridge School Board repealed the district’s sex-based bathroom policy that required students to use the bathroom that matched their biological sex on Monday evening, effective August 1.

The proposed solution was a compromise featuring both gender and sex based facilities but you wouldn’t know it if you only watched local news coverage on the issue.

Social Media Manager Graham Harrington gives additional context and points out just how news agencies can shape a narrative.

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The Pennridge School Board repealed the district’s sex-based bathroom policy that required students to use the bathroom that matched their biological sex on Monday evening, effective August 1. The proposed solution was a compromise featuring both gender and sex based facilities but you wouldn’t know it if you only watched local news coverage on the issue. Social Media Manager Graham Harrington gives additional context and points out just how news agencies can shape a narrative. 🎥 Graham Harrington/WFMTZ-TV #Pennsylvanian #Pennsylvanialife #newsupdate #NewsUpdates #Pennsylvania #PAPolitics #LGBTQ #Schoolbathrooms #ProtectTranskids #Trans #Transrights #Pennsylvanialife #EducationReform

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  • Graham Harrington

    Graham Harrington is The Keystone's social media manager. As a multimedia journalist, he has written for the Denisonian, PAC News, and Today’s Patient. Graham lives in Delaware County and is a graduate of Denison University in Granville, Ohio.

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