In an effort to be kind and nondiscriminatory, the state’s Human Rights Commission has overlooked the rights guaranteed by nature and the Constitution of the United States.
Anatomical gender is determined by DNA; personal identification may differ for a variety of causes, but at this present time, more people are comfortable in their skin than not.
Children develop their understanding of human sexuality at an individual rate, and to expose them to a heightened awareness of sexuality prematurely can cause fear and problems in their personality development.
The Constitution guarantees the inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. My liberty and pursuit of happiness stop where another’s begins.
The dignity of privacy should be offered to people in public facilities as much as possible, but think of the practical side here. It took years to get more stalls in women’s restrooms than men’s, even though every one know it takes a woman twice as long to deal with necessary issues.
How many people will need transgender facilities? Not that many. Let’s have sufficient accommodations that offer privacy and dignity to all.