“Dear parents, when you vote next November, please remember which party wants your daughters to share their school locker rooms and showers with boys. That’s right, the Obama administration’s Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR) recently ruled that Township High School District 211 in Palatine, Illinois must give a transgender kid, who was born a male and still has the private parts to prove it, unrestricted access to the girls’ facilities or they lose millions in federal funding.”
Read the rest of this “letter” HERE.
“Our bill in Wisconsin, AB 469, is designed to directly address this issue,” says Julaine Appling, president of Wisconsin Family Action, “Why should 99.7% of the students be asked to relinquish their privacy rights for these very few, when a single-occupancy facility takes care of the situation? Obama and his henchmen are trying to destroy our children, which reminds me that while there is no war on women, there is very definitely a war on CHILDREN.
“By the way, no federal court has said schools must bow the knee to the government on this issue,” Appling adds.
Read Assembly Bill 469 – click HERE.
Click HERE to read this article from Breitbart which discusses Houston’s recent victory over Proposition 1 – the so-called “gender identity” bathroom bill.
Listen to the Wisconsin Family Minute that addresses this issue HERE.
PLAN TO ATTEND
Attend the upcoming public hearing on Wisconsin’s Student Privacy Protection bill and either register for/against or speak about this bill. More information below:
WISCONSIN TRANSGENDER BATHROOM BILL
THURSDAY, 11/19, 10 a.m. (tentative)
417 North, GAR Hall
Wisconsin State Capitol
If you are simply registering, pick up a slip as you enter the room and fill it out, indicating you are registering for or against the bill.
If speaking, be sure to pick up a slip, indicate you will be speaking about AB 469, and turn it in to the page.
CLICK HERE for helpful information for testifying at a public hearing.
If you cannot make this public hearing, please contact your legislator and let him/her know how you feel about this bill.
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