Encourage our Governor not to honor the Bathroom Bill (Title IX) which would allow boys and girls to use one another's bathrooms.
Dear Governor Parson,
WE the undersigned respectfully request that you use your constitutional powers to block any existing or future executive orders or other legal actions which would deny the God given gender of a student, and we further ask that you make an executive order forbidding the sharing of bathrooms between biological genders in businesses and schools for the safety of our citizens and particularly for the safety and innocence of our youth.
It is not fair to expect heterosexual (straight) students to be subjected to the humiliation of being forced to share bathroom facilities with people of their opposite, biological gender.
Furthermore, using language that calls one's opposite biological gender by their own (as in, a biological boy demanding to be called "she") is confusing and highly inappropriate. Rather than accommodating the very small percentage of transgender students, requiring others to share bathroom facilities with the opposite biological sex as well as referring to them by their preferred genders, is unfair, and puts straight students in a situation which causes confusion, discomfort, and which violates their conscience.
For centuries, all cultures in all nations, have referred to men as HE and women as SHE. It is beyond brazen for any minimalist group to suggest otherwise, and it is an insult to the majority. It is an affront to history. It denies natural law. And it is wrong.
Therefore, we demand that all present and future legal orders be for the good of the majority, and not punish them for the preferences of the few.
We expect and require that this office NOT acknowledge Title IX (the bathroom bill) particularly in its application in public school settings., as well as any other legal rulings which put students in the awkward position of affirming or accommodating another's "preferred" gender identification or sexual preference.
Susan Melin, founder of Women of Action Contact the author of the petition
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