Urgent message from the ACLU

“Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.”
– Sun-tzu (and Don Vito Corleone)

Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner


I am on a few enemy email lists, just to know what they are saying. Today I received an email from the ACLU, asking for my support in their fight against North Carolina’s recently passed law to keep the school restrooms gender specific.
Below is their message. Don’t feel obliged to wade through it.


Dear TrailDust,
My name is Gretchen Peters. I’m a Grammy-nominated songwriter and singer, a proud Nashvillian, and most importantly a mom. My son is transgender. And the “bathroom bill” that Tennessee lawmakers are trying to pass will harm my family.
You may have heard of these “bathroom bills” – efforts by lawmakers to exploit fear and ignorance about transgender people to bully and harass vulnerable transgender students across the country. North Carolina just passed the country’s first one. They say that all people must use restrooms that correspond with their gender assigned at birth and not the gender with which they live and identify. Last month, South Dakota’s governor just vetoed one of these anti-transgender bills, thanks to the tireless work of community activists in the state and around the country.
We can do this in Tennessee. If we raise our voices together, we can make sure Tennessee’s lawmakers do the right thing and kill this bill.
My son is the bravest person I know. At age 3, the child I had been raising as a girl declared himself a boy. In my ignorance, I didn’t understand. In an unfriendly world, he internalized the message that he was “born wrong.” Eventually both his certainty about his identity and the agony of suppressing it for over 20 years were so great that he mustered up the courage to do something I couldn’t imagine myself doing – he came out as transgender.
I have empathy for parents who are fearful about issues related to gender. But I have greater empathy for the kids themselves. They face something more terrifying than most of us will ever have to face – often all alone.
Make sure the many courageous transgender children of Tennessee don’t stand alone in this fight. Add your name to say that transgender students deserve our love and respect – not punishment for being who they are.
As a parent, I am horrified by the vitriol swirling around this bill in my state. The opposition is actively threatening parents like me who support transgender children, accusing us of not caring about children’s welfare. The hypocrisy here is staggering – these people are the ones trying to make a law that explicitly targets students for discrimination.
When we institutionalize this kind of discrimination, we force transgender kids deeper into the closet and shut them off from the support they so desperately need. We impart to them the message that they are “born wrong” – and that is the very last thing that parents should want for our children.
Raise your voice to tell Tennessee’s lawmakers that if they care about our children’s welfare, they must not pass this terrible anti-transgender legislation.
Thank you for all that you do,
Gretchen Peters for the ACLU Action team


Chastity Bono becomes Chaz Bono

Chastity Bono becomes Chaz Bono


My answer:
Dear ACLU Action Team, 

Not my circus. Not my monkeys. 

Sincerely, 
TrailDust
not-my-monkeys


 

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Occam's Razor
Occam's Razor
4 years ago

hmmm…let me see. One person’s feelings will be hurt verses 100,000 people’s feelings being hurt. …the transgender community should get over itself. We get it. Have fun. But, birth specific, gender specific bathrooms are our custom and tradition, making a bathroom gender neutral…you’ve now hurt my family and offended me. So, it’s a wash and more families will be hurt by making the bathrooms gender neutral as opposed to just a few…
…can’t wait for President Trump to get cracking on all that once he takes office. buh-bye protocols of zion.

Patriot Angel
4 years ago

In order to be within the mandates of Jesus, we must “take up our cross” and follow Him. Each of us has a thorn in our side serving Jesus. God did not promise nothing but happiness serving Him. It’s hard. HOWEVER, we have an instruction book on how to get to heaven and putting oneself over the Lord and telling Him He doesn’t know what He is doing is NOT in that instruction book.

marblenecltr
4 years ago

What is next, everybody (every body) to the gang shower?

DCG
Admin
DCG
4 years ago

Excellent reply to the ACLU!

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

Hey, use the bathroom that matches one’s junk… how hard and “hurtful” is that?

Ro
Ro
4 years ago

Thank you and may God continue to pour His Grace and Mercy on you!

Hadenoughalready
4 years ago

Dear ACLU;
I’d really like to donate but, after helping to finance legislation to legalize postpartum abortions, I simply don’t have even one (1) rat’s ass left to give you. (sarc)
May they all rot in hell~!

Mother124
Mother124
4 years ago

Dear Ms. Peters: You take the word of a 3-year-old? What if she told you she could fly?
Add another persona to your profile: child abuser.
https://cnsnews.com/commentary/j-matt-barber/american-college-pediatricians-transgender-conditioning-child-abuse

Wotan's Spear
4 years ago

Sigh

MeThePeople
MeThePeople
4 years ago

bathroom bill and bathroom billie

Steven Broiles
4 years ago

Once again, we are made to vomit (or choke it back) on the rotten fruits of feminism. And that rotten fruit is this: Feminism has succeeded in enshrining sentimentality—and a FALSE sentimentality at that—in public policy. MAKE NO MISTAKE: Evil like this comes straight out of the Cabala. Read Henry Makow. I DO NOT CARE WHAT THIS WOMAN THINKS, for this reason: When her three year old boy told her he “felt like a girl,” she should have given her son a GOOD SPANKING. This would have cured him of this evil notion which, TO BE FRANK, is STRAIGHT OUT… Read more »

Hadenoughalready
4 years ago
Reply to  Steven Broiles

I have to ask, (rhetorically, of course), what 3 year old boy tells their mother they feel like a girl? Kids don’t contemplate “life”. Kids “normally” just play and gender issues are rarely an issue UNLESS someone or something points to it; makes it an issue. Where did that come from? It was either his sitter or the TV or both. And with today’s perverted TV programs, what mother wouldn’t screen them. And what half-witted mother would actually sit down and discuss this with a friggin’ 3 year old? How about: “Horse-feathers! Go outside and play or your going to… Read more »

Dan
Dan
4 years ago
Reply to  Steven Broiles

Looked at another way and considering the trajectory in TV programming and movies from emasculo-feminism and sex role reversal through outright homosexual degeneracy, what we’ve been witnessing is the ongoing normalization of the socio-sexual dysfunction and a paranoia marked by grandiosity characteristic of the Jews, whose self-identification revels in hatred of Logos and of Christian Euro-Americans. The scholarly work of E. Michael Jones and Kevin MacDonald make it crystal clear the greatest threat to America and Europe has been and remains the Jews among us. This is too much for most to accept and so we’ll probably go the way… Read more »

Dan
Dan
4 years ago

I am 62 years old. When I was a teenager this behavior was called “perverted” and those who practiced it were called “perverts”. Where has moral outrage gone?