‘Hate crimes’ bill would allow men to use women’s restrooms – Canada

11 November 2012

Lifesite News 8 Nov 2012
Numerous (Canadian) pro-family organizations and one conservative MP are calling upon citizens to oppose a “hate crimes” bill they warn will allow men to use women’s restrooms and showers. The private members bill, Bill C-279, would include “gender identity” and “gender expression” in the hate crimes sections of the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code.  The controversial bill has been dubbed the “bathroom bill” by critics, who say it would give men a legal alibi to use women’s bathrooms, shower rooms, and changing rooms. They worry this will lead to an increase in sexual assaults. The bill is expected to face a third reading and final vote any day. REAL Women of Canada is asking Canadians to tell their MPs to oppose the Bill, “with or without amendments”. “The major effect of this bill is that transgendered, transsexual, and sexually confused individuals will be given full protection re-employment, services, housing, etc., in public institutions under federal jurisdiction,” the organization stated in a press release. “These behaviors will be ‘normalized’, accepted, and protected. All Canadians are already equal before and under the law. Bill C-279 is not necessary.”
http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/39hate-crimes39-bill-would-allow-men-to-use-womens-restrooms-pro-family-gro

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