Monday, April 23, 2012

Male Cross-Dressers Demand Access to Women’s Restrooms and Showers in Kansas



April 23, 2012

Male Cross-Dressers Demand Access to
Women's Restrooms and Showers in Kansas

Kansas has become the latest battleground over granting special rights to homosexuals and cross-dressers. Human Relations Commissions and/or homosexual activist groups in Lawrence, Hutchinson, Salina, Wichita, and Pittsburg have asked their respective city councils to add "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" to protected classes. Lawrence passed the ordinance. The Hutchinson City Council will vote on May 1, 2012. 

While all rational Americans are against discrimination, elevating "sexual orientation" or "gender identity" (a modern version of "I think, therefore I am") to a protected civil right creates more bias. According to the FAQ Sheet by the Hutchinson Human Relations Commission, employers would be prevented from considering sexual orientation and gender identity when hiring. Dress codes would be based on the employees' gender "expression," not gender at birth.

Places of public accommodation, including restaurants, hospitals, stores, and theaters, would be required to allow men wearing women's clothing to use the women's restroom. The FAQ Sheet says that if a female has a moral objection, the establishment should "encourage [her] to wait until the [male] has left the restroom."

If the Hutchinson City measure passes, places of worship that rent out to the general public would be required to rent out their building for homosexual marriages or drag queen parties. 

If 'gender identity' laws become commonplace, then any person who speaks against deviant sexual practices will be vilified, their rights will be thwarted, and their freedom of religion and of conscience will be crushed.

For more information, read our news release.


Mathew D. Staver - Chairman
Liberty Counsel Action - 877-810-1776
PO Box 540629 - Orlando, FL 32854


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