“Safe Bathrooms” Bill Introduced
Representative Gruenhagen (R-Glencoe), Senator Newman (R-Hutchinson) with 43 House and four Senate co-authors introduced legislation that seeks to protect the privacy, modesty and safety concerns of the public. This legislation (HF 3396/HF 3395 and SF 3002) does the following: [Read our email update.]
- Read the “Safe Bathrooms” Bill (HF 3396/SF3002 here.)
- “Safe Bathrooms” Press Conference March 23, 2016 video.
- Statement from Representative Glenn Gruenhagen here.
- Statement from Senator Scott Newman here.
- Statement from Barb Anderson here.
- Statement from Virginia, MN parent
- Statements from Nova parents:
- Foss Swim School testimony
- New London-Spicer School District testimony
Liberty Counsel analysis of HF 3396 – SF 3002
Why We Need a “Safe Bathrooms” Bill
A Rape Survivor Speaks Out About Transgender Bathrooms
Don’t they know that insurance companies highlight locker rooms as a high‐risk area for abuse that should be carefully monitored and protected? …Why would people knowingly invite further exploitation by creating policies with no safeguards in place to protect them from injury? With zero screening options to ensure that biological males who enter locker rooms actually identify as female, how could a woman be sure the person staring at her wasn’t exploiting her? Why is it okay to make her wonder? [Read more here.]
Charlotte, NC’s Open Bathrooms Ordinance leader resigns upon revelation he is a convicted predatory pedophile sex offender.
“No one who is a convicted sex offender should be leading a campaign to allow men to be in women’s bathrooms and showers,” she said. “It’s just common sense.” The most controversial part of Charlotte’s expanded nondiscrimination ordinance would allow transgender individuals to use either a men’s or women’s restroom. If the person identifies as female, they would be allowed to use a women’s restroom in places of public accommodation. [Read more here.]
Child Protection League Action Press Statement
On Monday, May 16th, CPLAction, together with LifeSiteNews, launched a #FlushTarget travelling billboard campaign at a press conference at the St. Paul Capitol. Basic privacy and safety are the right of every human being, male and female. Read the CPLAction press statement. [Read more here.]