A bill was railroaded through the House that pretty much makes public bathrooms in,Massachusetts unusable for women and children. The ugly details below from MFI.
Here's a little secret most men don't know, because most women don't talk about such things out loud: Women are so private about what a bathroom is used for, they take pains not to subject anyone else to the noise and odor. Even other women.
This modesty is actually innate and manifests itself at a very young age. I was with a 7 year old daughter of a friend a few months back who asked me to take her to the ladies room. When we got there, she didn't want to go in. She told me she was afraid the people in the offices nearby would hear her going. I explained to her that all ladies feel that way and there is a secret we share...we turn on the faucet to drown the noise! She went in as happy as a lark.
In public rest rooms where there are more than one stall, it is possible there will be a man sitting right beside you. Moreover, when boys are lined up at urinals, Chaz Bono may be standing beside them. Potentially, children playing sports in schools will be forced to undress in front of a boy wearing a dress. It borders legalize and forced child pornography.
How vulgar it is all becoming.
In the end, the promiscuity made public bathrooms unsafe places decades ago. I avoid them like a petri dish loaded with hepatitis.
Here's the details from MFIs press release.
Boston – House leaders today rammed through a measure relative to “transgender” protections that left rank and file members with little information; just a heavy hand from leadership to pass the measure – forcing it through with little debate — before the imminent House recess.
The final version strikes a provision which would open public bathrooms and locker rooms to any person of either gender, but the process and the language on the rest ofhe measure was anything but open and transparent. Throughout the day, lawmakers were not given up to date versions of the measure to review, but expected to “fall in line” with leadership on a final, favorable vote.
“It’s a victory for the safety, privacy and modesty of woman and children who expect to be safe and secure in public bathrooms in the Commonwealth,” said Kris Mineau, president Massachusetts Family Institute. “But it leaves too many issues unanswered in terms of burdensome and costly regulations to businesses and how workplace provisions will actually manifest in our public K-12 schools, as well as private businesses losing their rights and autonomy—and being unfairly subject to frivolous lawsuits,” Mineau added.
“Beacon Hill heard loud and clear from citizens across Massachusetts – they want their bathrooms and locker rooms to remain safe spaces for women and children – and that shows the power of grassroots activism and the outrage of an electorate who doesn’t want Beacon Hill putting their safety and privacy at risk,” Mineau said.