Florida “Gender Identity” Ordinance Serious Public Safety Concern

What people have not understood about the homosexual agenda is that once one aspect of it allowed, they will continue to push for a sexual “anything goes” end result.
This ordinance is the perfect example.

Citizens in Gainesville, Florida, are trying to repeal an ordinance that lets anyone reject their biological sex simply by stating that they “feel like” a member of the opposite sex. At least one citizen argues that introduces some serious safety concerns for the public.

The city’s anti-discrimination ordinance now includes “gender identity” as a protected class. It defines gender identity as “an inner sense of being a specific gender, or the expression of a gender identity by verbal statement, appearance, or mannerisms, or other gender-related characteristics of an individual with or without regard to the individual’s designated sex at birth.”

Cain Davis, chairman of Citizens for Good Public Policy, says the ordinance was not well thought out. “[A] man, for example, [can] walk into a women’s restroom …. just by merely saying, ‘I feel like a woman,’ they can go into a women’s restroom,” he explains.

Under this ordinance, sex offenders can now follow a potential victim into a bathroom with no fear of being challenged.

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