The other day, I was talking to my nephew who is transgender. He said that he is really liking online school mainly because he does not have to do traditional high school PE where kids dress out. He had been using the girls locker room, and that was triggering his gender dysphoria. He talked about different "solutions" the school had come up with, and none of them were very good. They either involved singling him out, or making him change where he felt uncomfortable. Then it hit upon both of us that the real issue is that the whole "dressing out" for PE is actually a rather antiquated notion. My guess is that high school PE, as most of us knew it, was basically designed to get students prepared for what they would experience in boot camp when they were eventually drafted into the army. Also, it was developed during a time when students dressed differently for school. You couldn't wear sweats, sneakers, etc. and "street clothes" meant dress shoes and slacks or skirts. That has all changed. A school could easily write into its dress code that students needed to dress in a manner that would not preclude physical activities like running and jumping. And the whole "they get all sweaty and smelly" thing is really not an issue if students have good basic hygiene outside of school. Any thoughts?