February 19, 2015

Minnesotans are not gender blind. They recognize that there are distinct differences between biological boys and biological girls and that all students deserve to have their physical privacy protected by separating the biological sexes in physically private facilities.

Last week a Minnesota poll confirmed that an overwhelming 90% of voters agree that students have the right to privacy in bathrooms, locker rooms and showers, with facilities that separate biological males and females.

In fact, a law that would reserve high school sports teams for biological females and which would ensure student bathrooms and locker rooms continue to be separated based on biological sex has broad bipartisan support from 76% of the voters: 94% of Republicans, 75% of Independents and 64% of Democrat voters.

This poll comes on the heels of one of the most overwhelming oppositions to any recent public policy—the Minnesota State High School League’s (MSHSL) unilateral decision to allow gender-confused boys to bypass the will of their local school board and play on girls’ teams. The action of the MSHSL sets up schools to allow boys who believe they are girls in the girls’ showers, locker rooms, and restroom facilities.

The people have spoken! Parents have a right to a policy that ensures that all children are safe when they go off to school. Our message to Minnesota legislators: PROTECT OUR KIDS! Give us a bill to settle this once and for all! Respect the wishes of parents to provide safety for all children during the school day.


  1. SIGN THE ONLINE PETITION. Then download and print off the hard copy to collect signatures!
    Results go to contact@cplaction.com, or mail them to:
    PO Box 463
    Mankato, MN 56002
  2. CALL YOUR STATE LEGISLATORS. Leave a message: “Protect our kids! Give us a protect student physical privacy bill.”

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