Government Uses LGBT Bathroom Scandal to Crush Your Individuality

Wake up citizens! The government has no compassion for your identify, they care not whether you are male, female, heterosexual or LGBT. They just want more power and more control—intangibles they can never get enough of.

The LGBT bathroom scandal is a smokescreen to control you and crush you. Government wants to defeat you, crush your individuality, destroy your families, and demoralize you so you’ll never again stand up for your rights.

How would your elected officials feel if there were separate bathrooms for males, females but only gender-neutral for all government employees?

Tell them you’re furious and you’ll never vote for them again unless they publicly fight against this outrageous government overreach. If they don’t take a stand then you know they are purchased, unethical wimps.

What we are really talking about is the abolition of sex. And it is sex that the trans project is serving to abolish legally, under the guise of something called ‘the gender binary.’ Its endgame is a society in which everyone is legally de-sexed. No longer legally male or female. And once you basically redefine humanity as sexless you end up with a de-humanized society in which there can be no legal ‘mother’ or ‘father’ or ‘son’ or ‘daughter’ or ‘husband’ or ‘wife’ without permission from the State. Government documents are already erasing the terms. In such a society, the most intimate human relationships take a hit. The family ends up abolished. — Famous LGBT Activist Reveals The Scary, Real Goal Of The Bathroom Battle (And It’s Not Bathrooms…It’s Way Worse)

See also: Texas Governor Greg Abbott: JFK wanted to send a man to the moon. Obama wants to send a man to the women’s restroom. We must get our country back on track.

How to Balance Laws, Religious Freedom and LGBT


This LDS Church announcement is brilliant. It is offensive and establishes what the constitutional discussion should be to create new laws to protect rights, and balance religious freedom with LGBT. Until today’s conference I doubt if many people had even thought of creating laws with these issues in balance: