Wednesday, October 26, 2016

NOM conflates denying trans access with stopping convicted sex offenders

Stop convicted sex offenders
Just my opinion but this should about do it. Perhaps SPLC should finally classify National Organization for Marriage as an anti-LGBT hate group. It's probably academic as I expect NOM to ultimately merge with World Congress of Families which already has hate group status. The leader of both groups is Brian S. Brown.

Not that this diatribe makes much sense. Nor, for that matter, does it have anything to do with marriage.
Not long ago, North Carolina's governor, Pat McCrory, signed an important common-sense law stopping men from gaining access to intimate facilities like restrooms and showers that are reserved for girls and women. We strongly applaud Governor McCrory‘s leadership, but the left has gone crazy — targeting him for defeat with hateful, orchestrated attacks.
NOM intentionally misstates trans women as men. Even those imbeciles should recognize the important difference. Of course the pope is obsessed with “gender theology” so NOM follows suit. Gone crazy have we? Crazy is incorporating superstition into public policy. Crazy is believing that oppressing sexual minorities, including innocent children, is somehow moral.
Governor McCrory's opponent, state Attorney General Roy Cooper, has come out in favor of allowing men into women's restrooms, and he's raising millions from LGBT extremists.

What Roy Cooper isn't telling voters is that he's siding with convicted sex offenders like Chad Sevearance-Turner who helped lead the campaign in Charlotte to open female restrooms and showers to men like him.
Chad Sevearance-Turner is no longer president of Charlotte's LGBT Chamber of Commerce. His conviction for fondling a 15-year-old in 2000 led to his resignation. And that has nothing to do with advocacy for transgender access and it certainly has nothing to do with Roy Cooper's campaign for governor. Presumably Cooper is running on (among other things) opposition to the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act (HB2). That supposedly “common-sense” measure has already cost North Carolina millions in tax revenues and thousands of jobs as companies are reluctant to expand in a state that is not welcoming to LGBT citizens. Big business hates HB2.
We've got to stop Roy Cooper and those that are backing his dangerous bathroom policy.

That's why NOM has co-sponsored this powerful new TV ad with our friends and allies at the NC Values Coalition. Please watch it now and contribute anything you can to get this powerful ad in front of as many North Carolina voters as possible.
Among other things, the ad claims that “any man, any time, can enter a woman's bathroom simply by claiming to be a woman.” That of course is nonsense since nobody claims to be transgender in order to access women's restrooms. It doesn't even make sense. The last thing that someone would want to do is to call attention to themselves.

“Even registered sex offenders …” There aren't a whole lot of transgender people to begin with. Transgender people who are registered sex offenders further narrows a very narrow field. The claim that sex offenders will be transgender for convenience isn't borne out by any evidence. It simply does not occur in places with decades of transgender access ordinances. It seems like an awful lot of work to get a view of ankles.

Peering over the top? Sure. With everyone owning a cell phone? Sure.

This is cynical bullshit at the expense of transgender kids. They all know better. However, they are determined to make transgender people a threat to others and for that they display spectacular bigotry. It is inexcusable.

What do you think comes next? Too easy!
Please help us make sure that voters across North Carolina see this powerful new ad by making an immediate financial contribution of $25, $50, $75, $100, $250 or even $500 or more.
At the conclusion:
PS — We don't have the millions that our opponents do, but we know North Carolina and have won major campaigns there before. I served on the executive committee of the successful statewide campaign to amend the state constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. We won by over 62 percent. We need your help again. Now. Let's get this ad out together.

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