LGBT what do you think of the North Carolina bathroom bill? Can you provide at least three arguments against it?

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  • Emma
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    5 years ago
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    Hb2 abolishes ALL forms of NC state non discrimination laws in employment for EVERYONE, period, you must now use the federal 1964 civil rights act witch has less protections and is harder to use..

    Hb2 deny's local authorities the right to set their own non discrimination laws, that would exceeds the states

    Hb2 deny's local authorities the right to set their own minimum wage

    Hb2 takes away the will of the people in their communities and gives it to the state.

    Hb2 seek to vilify and discriminate on a group of people, where no problem existed before.

    You want just three reason, You had better hope the state does not target you or your community next, second reason you'd better hope you never get discriminated on in your job only to find out you have no recourse due to hb2, third you had better hope your children never turnout to be trans and is forced to live in NC they will now have medical complication from holding it or dehydration or criminal records.

    Oh reason four, hb2 forces transmen into the women's room.

    No need for a cisman to pretend anything just walk in and say he's trans, beard and all, in the woman's room. Thank be to hb2.

    Does he belong in the women's room, of course not, but that is what hb2 does.

    You see this man is trans

    http://twitter.com/_michaelhughes1/status/57565923...

    You see hb2 didn't fix anything.

    Over 60 years of medical transition without one transsexaul (transman or woman) committing a restroom sex crime, you CAN'T fix a problem that doesn't exist..

    Statistics Show Exactly How Many Times Trans People Have Attacked You in Bathrooms

    http://mic.com/articles/114066/statistics-show-exa...

    Reason number five

    People working in these communities have just taken pay cuts, Asheville and Durham and Durham County and Buncombe County employees, because NC state gop lawmakers value discrimination more than people.

    Last but not least, Reason number Six...

    You can't fix what wasn't broken.

  • 5 years ago

    I don't like it.

    1. In all the states where they can use the bathrooms they want, there were no cases of anybody using that law to sneak in.

    2. It's IMPOSSIBLE to enforce. What, is there going to be a police officer at every single bathroom asking for your birth certificate, and if you don't have yours on you like a normal person, you don't use the bathroom? Or are they checking what's down there? That seems similar to what they say they're trying to prevent.

    3. I don't want to use this argument, but I'll do it anyway. They still let in people attracted to the same sex in their bathrooms, who, according to their logic, wouldn't even need this law to go into their bathrooms. So, they are purposely focusing on just transgender people to discriminate against, because NC and other states down there have always discriminated against some group of people they don't like for whatever reason.

  • 5 years ago

    I think it's stupid that we're even having this debate. Transgender people have been using the bathroom for decades and decades and it's never been a problem before until just now. People just like to have something to ***** about.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    "Can you provide at least three arguments against it?"

    It's impractical

    It's unenforcible

    It's discriminatory

    It's unconstitutional

    That's four.

    edit: I also agree with James.

    Stephen Colbert's take on it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv7d8EXxtqs

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