Sex activists wear adult clothes but they have never grown up. Instead of recognizing natural reality and truth, they embrace perversion. When young people express confusion about their sexuality, these adolescent adults want to affirm them in the most perverse expressions of this confusion instead of guiding them into clarity and truth.They pretend to be victims. The facts however make it clear where violence and abuse come from:
The incident prompted Miller, who is an issues specialist with Concerned Women for America North Carolina, to do some research. She discovered that “bathroom attacks” – where, most often, a woman is attacked in a public bathroom by a man who followed her in or hid inside – are unfortunately very common. “I think people would be surprised at how many attacks really are going on,” she said.That's quite obvious. Even now, thanks to the so called "human rights" commissions, "transgender" perverts can harass individuals and businesses, demanding access to the other sex facilities, as well as hefty sums of money for hurt feelings.
But while the government should be working to protect women from these kinds of incidents, Miller told LifeSiteNews that legislation like Canada’s Bill C-389 – a private members bill seeking to enshrine protections based on “gender identity” and “gender expression” – will actually further endanger women.
“The gender identity bills will put more men in bathrooms,” she explained. “We’re having tremendous problems with bathroom attacks already. Why would you allow more boys in girl’s bathrooms?”
...Ms. Selick recounts the story of St. Catharines gym owner, John Fulton, who declined to admit a pre-operative transgendered man as a member of his all-women's health club. Before he knew it, he was hit with a human rights complaint. Late last year the complainant suddenly dropped the complaint—leaving Mr. Fulton with approximately $150,000 in legal fees.If C-389 passes, there will be no legal grounds to stop these complaints.
The governing caucus is finally taking some steps to stop the bill. But, considering that the bill is supported by all three opposition parties, that may not be enough. Will the Conservative caucus in the Senate be willing to stand up to the opposition's socially perverse agenda or will they be too afraid to act against the majority of MPs and to defeat what the leftists describe as "human rights" bill? Unless at least 9 opposition MPs stand up for common sense, the Senators will be facing that choice in just three weeks time.