04 May 2016

Bearded Man Could Enter The Girls Bathroom

Bearded Man
If the lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT) community really thinks that they have totally won in their battle to force everyone to accept the, they better think again. The war against their despicable lifestyle, immoral behavior and insistence to use the opposite sex bathroom have just entered a local community college race in Dallas.

A campaign flier supporting Brad Underwood, who's running for the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) board, features a man in a bra and a warning that he can use women's bathrooms on campus (shown above).

The glossy mailer refers to a "radical" district policy. In 2012, the board added gender identity and gender expression to the DCCCD's non-discrimination policy and it endangered both students and employees.

The ad was paid for by A Better DCCCD, a Mesquite political action committee that supports Underwood. The committee gives the same address (a Mesquite post office box) that Underwood listed in an April campaign spending report.

Underwood is running for the District 4 seat, which covers eastern and southeastern Dallas County. He is an information technology analyst and said in his outgoing message that he's opposed to the district's policy. "Men do not belong in the ladies' restroom," he said.

District officials said they've had no problems under the revised policy. It's consistent with policies adopted by the city of Dallas and with guidance from the U.S. Department of Education, DCCCD spokeswoman Ann Hatch said.

She also refuted the mailer’s claim that campus police are "helpless to do anything" under the policy.

"DCCCD takes safety seriously, and our sworn law enforcement officers have and will protect our students and employees from anyone who puts them at risk, regardless of gender identity or gender expression," Hatch said.

This year, North Carolina passed a "bathroom law" that makes it a crime for people to use a public restroom that doesn't match the gender on their birth certificate. It has prompted a wave of similar bills from states and cities around the country, including the Texas City Rockwal – even as mounting evidence show that transgender people are likely to pose danger on children.