Articles Tagged 'Bathroom Bill'
North Carolina transgender ‘bathroom bill’ flushed by lawmakers
North Carolina’s controversial “bathroom bill,” which limited people to the public restroom aligned with their gender at birth and prompted a backlash that threatened to… READ MORE
Transgender Activist: Preference for Kids’ Single-Sex Shower Rooms is ‘Prejudiced’
Parents who oppose their children and teenagers being forced to share bathrooms and shower rooms with opposite-sex kids must begin “putting aside their prejudices,” says… READ MORE
NFL indicates Texas ‘bathroom bill’ may affect Super Bowl hosting
Texas lawmakers could hurt the football-loving state’s chances to attract a future Super Bowl if they adopt a measure that restricts access to bathrooms for transgender people, a National Football League spokesman said on Friday.
The comments, which come after Houston hosted Super Bowl LI on Sunday, appear to be the most critical by the league yet of legislation that… READ MORE
North Carolina’s ‘bathroom bill’ set on fast path to repeal
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – North Carolina lawmakers appear poised to repeal a controversial law widely derided as the “bathroom bill” because it requires transgender people to… READ MORE
NBA pulls All-Star Game from NC over bathroom law
The NBA has moved to pull the 2017 All-Star Game out of North Carolina in response to the state’s controversial law on bathroom use, Yahoo… READ MORE
Curt Schilling ‘not transphobic’: I just ‘don’t think men should pee in women’s bathrooms’
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling insisted Friday that he’s “not transphobic” after he was fired by ESPN this week for comments he made… READ MORE
Maryland lawmakers launch drive to overturn transgender ‘bathroom bill’
Two Maryland lawmakers are trying to overturn a recently passed transgender rights bill which they claim would allow men to walk freely into ladies’ restrooms.
The lawmakers — Republican state Delegates Neil Parrott and Kathy Szeliga — started a petition drive Tuesday to get the issue put on the November ballot and let voters decide.
Szeliga said Wednesday she fully… READ MORE