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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Cleveland's transgender-friendly legislation would open all public restrooms and showers to both sexes

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing sexual perversion

So the homosexual agenda seems indelibly etched as a good thing in the minds and souls of the movers and shakers who then blast their collective propaganda at the rest of the world, (and it's working as many evangelical churches are suggesting that there is nothing wrong with committed gay relationships...........tell that to God).  Next up, your daughter's and son's washroom and shower facilities, which may become open to anyone and everyone who considers themselves to be of another gender that particular day.  Fortunately some good folks are finally fighting back over these disgusting politically correct edicts coming down from the halls of power.

Nor did they repent of their murders, their magic arts, their sexual immorality or their thefts. Revelation 9:21 NIV

Cleveland's transgender-friendly legislation would open all public restrooms and showers to both sexes
In an effort to help transgendered people feel more comfortable using public restrooms, Cleveland City Council is considering an ordinance that would require businesses to make their restrooms, showers and locker rooms available to both sexes. And barring one gender from using a facility designated for the other would be a crime, punishable by a $1,000 fine. The measure, which will be discussed at a Workforce and Community Benefits Committee meeting Wednesday, is part of a package of ordinances that update the city's existing anti-discrimination laws to include the transgender community.

Schools propose: Let boys into girls locker rooms
If you live in Minnesota, your high-school daughter might soon be showering next to a male after athletic practice if a “transgender” policy being considered by the Minnesota State High School League is approved next month. And beyond Minnesota? Such a policy could be coming to other states, too, if there is not already one in place. Critics of the controversial measure in Minnesota, which has sparked fierce opposition across the state, told WND the policy was unneeded, dangerous and part of a broader radical agenda. It could also represent a violation of privacy, parental rights and religious liberty, according to legal experts involved in the issue.

Parents suing Vancouver School Board over new transgender policy that lets students use any washroom
A group of Vancouver parents are taking the Vancouver School Board to court in a bid to quash a controversial policy that provides more support for transgender students. Xiaofeng Huang, Yuen Ching Li, and Shaohui Liu have filed a petition in B.C. Supreme Court claiming the school board policy, adopted June 16 in front of a deeply-divided audience, violates the School Act and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It said the policy, which allows transgender students to use washrooms and locker rooms that correspond to their gender identities, violates students’ rights to privacy and encroaches on parental rights over their children.

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