California Petition to Put Bathroom-Privacy on Ballot

December 5, 2015
Bob Unruh

It started getting public attention as a movement in California a number of years ago, where activists all of a sudden demanded “respect” for homosexuals and transgenders in public schools and progressives in the West Coast state responded with a law that banned negative portrayals of those alternative sexual lifestyle choices.

Then activists moved forward to demand that school children celebrate such lifestyles, and again a law followed ordering the memorialization of Harvey Milk, a homosexual activist and politician whose biography described how he preyed on young boys.

Then students were being called “transgender” and they had to be allowed, activists demanded, to use the restrooms and locker rooms that corresponded with the sex they perceived themselves to be, and California accommodated them with a law.

The stunning idea that males had rights to be in facilities for females, and vice versa, reached national attention when a lesbian mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, pushed her transgender accommodation through city council, and the church community rose up against it.

She fought back by having her lawyers subpoena the sermons of various Christian pastors – giving the city a huge black eye on nationwide programs such as Rush Limbaugh’s radio talk show.

Now the resistance that existed at the church level in Houston is being turned into a statewide effort in the movement’s home state of California to have the people authorize the “Personal Privacy Protection Act” that would provide that men use facilities for men, and women use facilities for women – and the lawsuits over the issue can be thrown out.

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