Exposed: The Ominous Future of the Transgender Agenda
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The editorial board of the Charlotte Observer really indicates where this so-called transgender or bathroom bill agenda is headed, and you’ll be shocked at, not just an op-ed, but the editorial board is saying to the country.
Mat Staver: This is a recent editorial, from the entire editorial board of the Charlotte Observer, in Charlotte, North Carolina. And they actually indicate at the very beginning it’s the Observer editorial board. It talks about this issue of transgender. And it talks about using opposite sex bathrooms. And Matt, they have a very shocking statement that they conclude their editorial opinion that really, I think sets the agenda for where this is all headed.
Matt Barber: Well, this editorial just shows that here in the United States the canary is deader than a doornail — the canary in the coal mine. That a reputable mainstream newspaper’s editorial board…this is the position they’ve taken, that a little girl’s “discomfort” with being forcibly exposed to a grown man’s genitalia, in a shower or public locker room or bathroom facility, and saying it’s no different, that people who were racists back in the Jim Crow days…
Yes, the thought of male genitalia in girls’ locker rooms – and vice versa – might be distressing to some. But the battle for equality has always been in part about overcoming discomfort – with blacks sharing facilities, with gays sharing marriage – then realizing that it was not nearly so awful as some people imagined. ~ Charlotte Observer Editorial Board
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