One of the country’s top lawyers says she plans on taking a Glock .45 into the ladies room from now on to protect herself from men posing as women who are using new transgender bathroom laws to victimize women.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
The 750,000 people who are boycotting Target stores for its misguided policy regarding transgender accommodation in its facilities are having an “I told you so” moment today as news breaks about a 26 year-old man from Missouri who was caught in 2015 filming women in a Target dressing room.
The latest cause celebre – transgender bathrooms – is just another example of how little women’s lives matter these days. What ever happened to our celebrated right to privacy? Apparently, it only applies to abortion rights – not our public restrooms.
An 11 year-old girl from Cambridge, Massachusetts is being credited for starting the movement to put a woman on U.S. currency after she wrote a letter to the president asking why our money did not feature any American heroines.
Target is just the latest corporation to jump on the anti-North Carolina “transgender bathroom” bandwagon, but in its haste to cater to only .03 of its customer base, it has sparked outrage among their family-friendly customers and fueled a nationwide boycott of its stores.
In a beautiful witness to the sanctity of marriage, a second grade teacher at St. Jude the Apostle School in Atlanta chose to marry the love of her life during a school Mass as a way to highlight the sacrament.
A group of faith-filled parents are refusing to back down to school administrators who are trying to stop them from hosting a popular “Jesus Lunch” program which takes place at a nearby park and attracts hundreds of students every week.
The eulogy delivered by the mother of a 23 year-old woman who died from a heroin overdose is the talk of the Internet – and a desperate call for attention to what has become a devastating epidemic in America.