May 17, 2016

Transgender issue is pure fiction - San Antonio Express-News

[...] for scaremongering on a non-issue — transgenders now use public restrooms of their choice unnoticed and without incident — and second for intruding on local affairs. [...] the sad fact is that the federal government is often the protector of last resort in matters of discrimination when states fail to act or when the states are, in fact, what citizens need to be protected from. Last year...

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