North Carolina to win? Texas to place? Tennessee to show?
The idea of a rumored transgender state registry is something that has some transgender and LGBT people worried.
Among rumored ideas in discussions to rework House Bill 2, is a certification program for people who undergo sex reassignment surgery, requiring them to register with the state to be able to use the public restrooms of their choice, according to State Rep. Chris Sgro, D-Guilford.
There has not been any confirmation of such a registry by leaders in the General Assembly.
Little known fact: The Wannsee Conference didn’t get much advance attention on Facebook.
Sept. 11, 2001 was almost eight full months after Jan. 20, 2001.
If you don’t care about that fact, then you’re unfit to hold public office.
If you don’t understand it, then you’re not sufficiently competent to hold public office.
From Queer Channel Media:
“X-Men” and “Juno” lesbian actress Ellen Page challenged Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on LGBT rights Friday during the Iowa State Fair, grilling him on the issue of anti-LGBT workplace discrimination.
And, of course, the Cuban-Canadian Cruz mansplained to a woman who is (1) honest about being Canadian, (2) makes her living in the private sector, and (3) has not spent a majority of her adult life in the employ of various government entities:
“I’m happy to answer your question but not to have a back-and-forth debate,” Cruz told Page.
Because the next post-Reconstruction Republican who can win an honest debate will be the first.