Tag Archives: Bathroom Bill

“You Don’t have a Right to Say No”

Just when you thought the left couldn’t go any farther in their bizarre demands in support of gender identity, there is yet a new extreme demand facing women, their comfort and safety. The liberals have embraced the #MeToo movement, but apparently a woman’s right to not be made uncomfortable by men stops at the spa (or locker room) door. In…

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Bathroom Law Repeal Releases New Video

Keep MA Safe, the ballot question committee to repeal the Bathroom and Locker Room law, has released its first video in the campaign to educate the public about how the law works and its impact on sensitive private spaces accessed by the public. It features a little girl and a grown man in a restroom, while the child’s father must…

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One Year Later – Issues with Bathroom Law Unresolved

One year ago today, women and children in Massachusetts were forced to forfeit their rights to privacy in order to indulge the sexual “dysphoria” of others. The 2016 “Gender Identity Non-Discrimination Act” was sold to the public as necessary legislation to protect transgendered individuals from being kicked out of restaurants, hotels and hospitals. What the citizens of Massachusetts weren’t told…

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Bathroom Bill ads hit the airwaves

Today, MFI launched a series of radio ads on local stations to educate citizens about the dangers of the Bathroom Bill. As the announcer says, “Legislators are gambling with our safety by cutting backroom deals. The ‘Bathroom Bill’ will open up all public restrooms and school locker rooms to anyone of either sex.”

:60 Second Version


:30 Second Version



When…

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