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Kentucky Student Privacy Act (HB 364)

This law was last updated on Jun 3, 2016




HB 364


Failed to Pass


Feb 8, 2016


Co-sponsors: 11
Primary Sponsors: 1
Total Sponsors: 12


Anti-Transgender, LGBTQ

Full Bill Text

HB 364 would require every school restroom, locker room, and shower room designated for student use accessible by multiple students at the same time to be designated for and used by male students only or female students only.

In every school setting in which a student may be in a state of undress in the presence of other students, school personnel would need to provide separate, private areas designated for use by students based on their biological sex.

The bill defines “biological sex” to mean the physical condition of being male or female, which is determined by a person’s chromosomes, and is identified at birth by a person’s anatomy.

If a student who asserts to school officials that his or her gender is different from his or her biological sex would need parental consent to access the best available alternative accommodation. Acceptable accommodations may include but not be limited to access to single-stall restrooms, access to unisex bathrooms, or controlled use of faculty bathrooms, locker rooms, or shower rooms.

Cause of Action

HB 364 would allow a student to sue their school if they find someone of the wrong sex in the restroom, locker room, or shower room. The student would be entitled to recover from the offending school any costs, expenses, and fees, including attorney’s fees, associated with the claim.


Based on model legislation drafted by Alliance Defending Freedom.