What is the terrible expectation? That she use the nurse's private restroom because she's different? She still gets to be a "girl", she still gets to wear a dress, she just has to face the fact that she is different than the other girls in her class because she just had a bit of bad luck and was born with the wrong parts.
It's the same terrible expectation of a black girl having to use a black restroom. What's the fucking disconnect? GID is real. It's a settled medical question. The age of onset is less clear, but what possible benefit is there to *actively preventing* a child from using a restroom that makes them marginally less stigmatized? What's the downside? Remember schools not allowing children with HIV to attend school? This will be that at some point in the hopefully not too far off future. Let me say again, this isn't a debatable thing. There's been a debate, for decades. If the kid thought he was wookie and wanted a special wookie bathroom that would fit your position. That's not what's happening here.
Edited, Mar 14th 2013 7:01pm by Smasharoo