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Yes, the “bathroom bill” danger to women and girls is REAL. Here are some chilling examples of what’s already happened.

Transgender “non-discrimination” laws will open the gates to insanity. But many lawmakers don’t seem to care.

POSTED: February 21, 2016

The danger to women and young girls is worse than most people imagine.

The LGBT movement is aggressively pushing transgender “non-discrimination” bills across the country. In Massachusetts, Bill #1577 could be voted in the State House on any day now!  Across the country, pro-family groups refer to them as “bathroom bills” – claiming that men would go into women’s restrooms and locker rooms for crude or obscene purposes.

A man cannot change his sex from male to female no matter what he does to himself. But lawmakers want to force the public to believe it -- under threat of fines and even jail time.

Men don't want to see this in their restrooms, either!

We’ll admit we were skeptical at first. But recently we’ve talked to many women who’ve experienced it, and seen news reports (which are just the very tip of the iceberg).  However, many elected officials still refuse to take this seriously, and instead are repeating the odious nonsense of the LGBT movement that it’s a “civil rights” issue. This must be confronted.

Of course, there’s the larger issue: Such a law is based on peoples’ delusions. “Transgender” is a fictional term. No one can change his or her sex. To force people to believe it is lunacy.

Below is just a sample of what we’ve been told first hand and seen reported. It’s very upsetting.

In Massachusetts recently:

  • Man in ladies' room. In November, a woman in Attleboro encountered a man in the ladies’ room of a local restaurant chain. He was facing her as she was leaving a stall. She was emotionally shaken. When she complained to the management they acknowledged that the man was an employee, but said that he was a “transgender” and therefore he had a right to be there. (He was clearly male and dressed as a man.) She was told there was nothing she could do about it. She called MassResistance.

    AUDIO: Hear what the Attleboro woman told us (2 min 54 sec):

  • Man urinating in ladies' room and exposing self. Twice this past year a woman in Waltham has encountered a man urinating in the ladies’ restroom of her office building. He had long hair that was made up like a woman's and apparently was in women’s clothes. At one point he exposed his male private parts to her. “I was shaking by the time I got back to my office” she told MassResistance. Here is the woman's description of what happened.

Other states after a “gender identity non-discrimination law” was passed…

  • Undressing in front of women and girls. In Seattle a man undressed in a women's locker room in front of women and girls. Women alerted staff, who told the man to leave, but he cited a new state law that allows people to choose a bathroom based on gender identity, saying "the law has changed and I have a right to be here." The man eventually left and returned a second time while young girls were changing for swim practice. No one was arrested in this case and police weren't called. (Feb. 2016)  News article

    VIDEO: Watch TV news report of this outrageous incident!

  • Assaulting women. A repeat sexual offender in Toronto who claimed to be "transgender"  was jailed indefinitely for sexually assaulting several at women's shelters. (2014) Toronto passed a “gender identity non-discrimination law” in 2012. News article
  • Videotaping women. A man dressed up like a woman was arrested after entering a Macy's women’s restroom in order to videotape women. He spent two hours in the restroom before his camera was noticed by a customer. Palmdale, CA (2013). The California “bathroom bill” was in effect. News article.
  • Prior sex offense, approaching young girls. A man who had prior sex offenses against 5 to 9-year-old girls was arrested after he entered a women's locker room dressed in a bikini and started talking to girls in the hot tub. Milwaukie, Oregon (2011). The Oregon “bathroom bill” was in effect. News article

    VIDEO: Watch TV news report of this outrageous incident.

And more . . .

  • Attempted rape. A man dressed as a woman in England was arrested for attempting to rape a 71-year-old woman in a public restroom.  South Devon, England (2012). News article
  • Sexual assault. A special needs teenager in Stamford, Connecticut was lured into a public restroom by three crossdressers and sexually assaulted. (2011) News article

    This man, Isaiah Johnson, was charged with second degree sexual assault against a male special needs student in a public restroom.

  • Undressing in front of children. A man wearing women’s clothes was arrested after he went into a women’s restroom in a Walmart and undressed in front of several children. Calhoun, GA (2010).. News article
  • Photographing women. Police arrested a man they say twice disguised himself as a woman and used a cell phone to photograph women in the showers of a college locker room.  UC Berkeley (2010). News article
  • Sex offender loitering in ladies room. A male sex offender wearing fake breasts and a wig was arrested for loitering in a woman’s restroom. San Jose, CA  (2009). News article
  • Photographing women. A man dressed as a woman went into a women’s restroom and was seen taking photographs of women in a bathroom stall. A woman confronted him, but he ran away before police arrived. Purdue University, (2008). News article
  • Photographing girls. A 48-year-old man was arrested after dressing up like a woman and attempting to enter a high school locker room to photograph cheerleaders. Greensburg Salem High School, Pennsylvania (2004). News article
  • “To see women naked”. A man was arrested after he went into a public bath house for women dressed as a female. “I wanted to see women naked,” he told investigators. "Dressing up as a woman was a step to do that." Matsuyama, Japan, (2003). News article
  • Assaulted woman. A cross-dressing man went into a woman’s restroom and brutally punched a woman who questioned his presence there. She lost several teeth. He was convicted of assault and sentenced to prison. Port Richey, FL (1999). News article

    this man, Patrick Hagan, was sentenced to a 2 1/2 year prison sentence after assaulting a woman in a ladies' restroom who questioned his presence there..

And coming soon...

Back in 2010, as MassResistance reported at the time, a group of men wearing women's clothes tried to force a popular restaurant in Peabody, Mass., to let them come in, use the restrooms, etc.,

This man (right), an unemployed crane operator who uses the name "Ashley Bottoms," was a leader of the group.

But their presence terrified the other customers (and their children), so the management made them leave.

The men attempted to get the restaurant's operating license revoked by the town for "discrimination." But there is no "gender identity non-discrimination bathroom bill" law on the books -- yet -- so the restaurant was not forced to comply. But now ... that could change if Massachusetts lawmakers do the wrong thing.


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