The toilet mandate should strike fear into the heart of every American.
The problem with Obama’s transgender bathroom law is that it allows those who wish to do harm unfettered access to prey on our most vulnerable.
Any woman who has been the subject of sexual assault knows deep in her heart what the real problem with this law is, and any gentleman who knows a woman who has been the subject of such horrors, also understands all too well.
The problem is access.
Sexual predators will use this as an opportunity to harm vulnerable women and children.
In Seattle, Washington, an unidentified adult male entered a young girls’ changing room and stripped down in front of their swim team.
It must have been frightening for those girls.
The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network reports that on average, there are 288,820 victims (age 12 and older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States – and 90% of them are female.
Already, 1 in 6 American women have been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime.
And female college students are 3 times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence.
The statistics are staggering.
While the bleeding hearts from the political left continue to spew talking points about supporting women – while well aware of the facts on sexual assault – they continue to push Obama’s toilet mandate at the very expense of the safety of women.
Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has been an open advocate for gay rights since the 1990’s, and has fought for gay and so-called “transgendered” rights, including same-sex marriage.
This is from her campaign website:
Hillary will work with Congress to pass the Equality Act, continue President Obama’s LGBT equality executive actions, and support efforts to clarify that sex discrimination includes discrimination on the basis of “gender identity” and “sexual orientation.”
The Williams Institute reported in 2011 that only 0.3% of Americans identify as transgender.
Yet, should Hillary Clinton become our next President of the free world, she vows to continue defending the rights of 0.3% of Americans by giving free access to any predator who wishes to walk into a restroom or dressing room while a lady’s or child’s underwear are literally down around their ankles.
Allowing greater access for those who would do harm – solely based on 0.3% of the population’s “feelings” – is a preposterous and dangerous proposal.
And now, it’s 99.7% of America’s problem.