News Release
For Immediate Release:  June 16, 2011
Contact:  Diane Gramley  1.814.271.9078 or 1.814.437.5355

They Finally Admit It – It’s All About Letting Men Use the Women’s Restroom

(Harrisburg) – Just prior to the vote on a proposed human relations ordinance in Bethlehem, the homosexual group Equality PA ‘let the cat out of the bag’ in admitting its efforts were also to force businesses and public accommodations to let men who think they are women to use the women’s restroom and vice versa.  The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide traditional values group, has long asserted this was part of the plan.

“The AFA of PA has been ignored or ridiculed as we’ve warned local elected officials across the state of the ramifications of passing these so-called ‘anti-discrimination’ ordinances.  When ‘gender identity’ is included that means legally allowing men who think they are women to use the women’s restroom or locker/shower room facilities in any location that is deemed a public accommodation in those municipalities which have passed these ordinances,” stated Diane Gramley, President of the AFA of PA.

That means the local Kmart or the city pool must comply.

Homosexual activists from the entire Lehigh Valley plan on being at the next Bethlehem City Council meeting to provide testimony to demand the council pass Article 145 even though they may not live within the city limits of Bethlehem.  It has already been reported that many from the surrounding area have done such in past meetings.

“The citizens of Bethlehem do not want this ordinance and the City Council has expressed a reluctance to impose homosexuality on the good people of Bethlehem.  Yet homosexual activists, many from outside the city,  plan to show up in force next Tuesday to push their desire to use the force of law to demand that all citizens of Bethlehem celebrate their destructive lifestyle,” Gramley noted.

Those who are pushing these ordinances need to be truthful about the real world consequences.  This is nothing about civil rights, bullying or hospital visitation, but it is all about special rights as evidenced by the push to allow men who ‘believe’ they were born in the wrong body to use the restroom they are most comfortable using.  Equality PA made that quite clear.

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