If you have a daughter in high school this law allows a girl (who was born with male reproductive parts and likes sleeping with women) to shower with her at public and private gyms.
But, punishing a private business or group who wants to shower in the way they choose also seams like discrimination.
I would think a teenage daughter coming out of the bathroom saying "Daddy there was a man in the shower". would lead to more issues than this law wants.
NO ONE IS CALLING TRANS PEOPLE PERVERTS!!!!
You say they it forces trans gender people to shower in a place that is inappropriate for their gender but many trans men prefer to sleep with women so which one is more appropriate?
Couldn't we create harsher and stricter laws on discrimination and get the same resolve?
The WSHRC is an administrative agency, and cannot pass laws. The Washington State Legislature passed the law that prohibits discrimination based on a person's sexual orientation or gender identity in 2006, and those protections became part of the Washington Law Against Discrimination. The WSHRC is responsible for administering and enforcing that law by investigating complaints of discrimination brought under the WLAD. Since the time the 2006 law went into effect, the Human Rights Commission has been enforcing it in a manner that provides equal access for transgender persons to the gender-segregated facility with which they identify. Now there are rules in place that explain how the law is interpreted and enforced by the Human Rights Commission. Those rules are consistent with how the Human Rights Commission has been enforcing the law since 2006 and consistent with the information that has been provided to businesses and with written guidance available on our website.
As I understand it, the issue is that many women don't want to see a penis unkess they know the penis very well...
God you people are sick. (actually you are, in a clinical sense.)
It is important to note that gender nonconformity is not in itself a mental disorder. The critical element of gender dysphoria is the presence of clinically significant distress associated with the condition.
...whatever "cis" means.
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