URGENT ACTION NEEDED: Help Keep Men Out Of Women’s Bathrooms

The Family Policy Council in West Virginia has put out an urgent call for help keeping men out of women’s bathrooms in Fairmont.

According to an email by the group, the Fairmont City Council will be holding a special meeting on Tuesday night.

“The meeting is a public hearing on the ‘Men in Ladies’ Rooms’ ordinance,” the email reads. “The controversy is the proposed city ordinance will allow men into private spaces reserved for women, like gym showers and bathrooms.”

To combat this disgusting proposed change, the Family Policy Council in West Virginia is asking that those willing email the following simple message to city council members in Fairmont.

The message reads:

Dear Council Member,

This ordinance on sexual orientation and gender identity is dividing Fairmont, WV. It’s bad for business liability. And it’s bad for building bridges between different groups. 

Please vote against the 482 Ordinance or postpone it indefinitely. Other West Virginia cities have already learned the hard lesson that there’s no need for this ordinance anywhere.

Sincerely,

(Your Name)

Here are email addresses for all the Fairmont city council members:

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It’s incredibly important, now more than ever, that we stand up for what’s right and moral.

Leftists in America will gladly infringe upon the rights of women for the sake of appeasing the handful of transgender individuals in the country. By pushing back against legislation like the 482 Ordinance, we let them know we are not okay with that.

Learn how you can support the work of the Family Policy Council in West Virginia here.

 

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