North Carolina Law Prevents Cross Dressers From Using Bathrooms

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  1. RJ Schwartz profile image91
    RJ Schwartzposted 2 years ago

    So now that North Carolina passed a law protecting the overwhelming majority of the states population from being subjected to cross-dressers infiltrating the wrong rest room, the world in in a PC panic.  Today the Mayor of San Fransisco announce city workers were banned from travelling to,a North Carolina - like they ever would in the first place right?  The SJWs are all over this one and now professional sports are hopping on the bandwagon.  It's time to stand up and tell that tiny fraction of people who think wearing a dress makes them a woman that they have a mental disorder and need to get help and they are not welcome to use the ladies room.

    1. colorfulone profile image83
      colorfuloneposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Its a culture virus. It is not a glitch.

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      Old Poolmanposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Their personal plumbing should dictate which restroom they use.  Can you even imagine how many perverts and peeping Tom's would slip on a dress to take advantage of this law?

      1. IslandBites profile image88
        IslandBitesposted 2 years agoin reply to this

        So, personal plumbing detectors in every door...

      2. colorfulone profile image83
        colorfuloneposted 2 years agoin reply to this

        Franklin Graham 3 hrs ago -  on Facebook

        Thank you North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina General Assembly for voting to overturn what was known as Charlotte’s transgender bathroom ordinance. They did the right thing in killing that bill. Charlotte’s mayor and City Council voted to allow people to use a restroom or locker room that did not match their biological identity. We all know that’s ridiculous—and dangerous. I’m glad North Carolina has a governor who will stand up for what is right and protect our children. Now he’s facing harsh criticism by LGBT orchestrated voices. He’s facing threats of backlash by big business, and of course his political opponents want to use this to their advantage. We can’t bow down to economic threats that risk the protection of our citizens and go against common sense and morality. Government should not mandate men being able to use a women’s public restroom based on their felt “gender identity” of the day. LGBT activists are letting their voices be heard. We need to let the voice of common sense be heard as well. Write your newspapers editor and post on your social media about your support of what Governor McCrory and lawmakers in Raleigh have done–don't be silent. Pray for our local, state, and national officials that they will have the back-bone to make the tough decisions that are needed–and stand by them.

    3. Credence2 profile image81
      Credence2posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      It is not going to be often, but this time, I agree with you

      1. RJ Schwartz profile image91
        RJ Schwartzposted 2 years agoin reply to this

        First time for everything !

 
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