Selina recently failed to qualify for Connecticut’s track and field championships, after she and other competitors were forced to race against two male athletes who identify as female. As a result, Selina and other females were denied a fair playing field and the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of college recruiters.
Downtown Hope Center
The Downtown Hope Center is a women’s homeless shelter that provides a safe place for women who’ve survived sex trafficking, rape, and domestic violence. But the city of Anchorage is attempting to force the center to allow men who identify as female to sleep just three feet away from these women.
Alexis was enjoying her junior year of high school when, one day, she unexpectedly encountered a boy in the girls’ restroom. Shocked and embarrassed, she was dismayed to learn that her school had quietly adopted an “open-door” SOGI-like policy, permitting boys who claim to be female to use the girls’ locker rooms and restrooms.
Pastor Esteban Carrasco
When Esteban and his church sought to open a women’s shelter for survivors of domestic violence, Massachusetts officials told them that men who identify as female must be able to use the same changing rooms, restrooms, and living facilities as these vulnerable women.
Perhaps no group is as vulnerable as those who reside within our nation’s foster and adoption care system. And when government officials force child welfare providers to shut their doors, kids like TJ Magee pay the price.
Blaine loves designing t-shirts and serving every customer who walks through his doors. But his world was turned upside down when the City of Lexington, Kentucky tried to take away his freedom of speech.
Pascha lived out a nightmare
These women have experienced firsthand how predators exploit open doors and vulnerable spaces to prey on their innocent victims. Biology—not feelings—is the only sensible basis for ensuring privacy and safety in these areas.
It took Jack nearly seven years to win back the freedom that government officials stole from him. A government that can compel Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips’ expression can compel yours too.