In the battle to win “equality” for children struggling with gender identity, state governments are becoming increasingly prone to intervene in ways that have cost one couple custody of their child while another state is considering a bill that will allow children as young as five to determine their own sex and race.
After a “manly-looking woman” was denied entrance into a woman’s restroom at Walgreen’s and went to the ACLU for help, the company changed its policy to allow people to use the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity, and is now experiencing a firestorm of protest.
A Staten-Island grade school has become the laughing stock of the country after it cancelled its annual father-daughter dance because it is not inclusive enough of transgenders and those who are gender nonconforming.
Girlguiding UK, which is the country’s equivalent of the Girl Scouts, recently decided to allow males who identify as females to not become Guides, but has now extended that decision to allow boys to use the same bathrooms, showers, and tents as the girls.
The American Medical Association (AMA) is taking an official stance on transgender bathrooms, saying denial of private facilities to people suffering from gender identity issues could cause them “severe mental health repercussions.”
A woman trying on clothes in a Target dressing room in The Woodlands, Texas caught a man trying to videotape her with his cell phone. Meanwhile, Target staff stood by and did nothing to help her.
A Catholic school district in Canada is being applauded for cancelling a touring play about gender identity that is directed to elementary school-aged children as young as five years.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is expressing great concern about President Obama’s July 21 executive order which prohibits federal government contractors from what the Administration deems “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” discrimination.
Enough signatures have been acquired to qualify for a state referendum on California’s controversial law allowing students to choose which bathroom or locker room to use based on their “gender identity.”