EN [MD,USA] Not My Shower!
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Not My Shower!
Concerned Women for America
February 29, 2008
After the Montgomery County Council in Maryland added gender
identity to a law banning discrimination in public accommodations,
citizens soon became aware that the new law would allow men and
women who are confused about their sexual identity to use the
bathroom or public shower facility of their choice. Theresa Rickman
is director of Citizens for Responsible Government, the citizen
group that launched a petition drive to have that law overturned.
Matt Barber, CWA's Policy Director for Cultural Issues, spoke with
Theresa about the petition drive and the intimidation her volunteers
faced from activist she-males in the county.
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