14 June 2016

ACLU Attorney's Beautiful Transformation Into A Child Safety Advocate

Maya Smith
With their non-stop oppression of the first amendment, American liberals should expect more people to follow the path of Maya Dillard Smith. The Interim Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Georgia chapter quit over her position on transgender issues.

Because of the moral and safety questions about trans issues, Smith has fully embraced a new public role as an advocate against transgender demand for special accommodation

Smith had a first-hand experience on how transgender advocates wants to put the lives and safety of her children at risk in a bathroom back in California:
"I have shared my personal experience of having taken my elementary school age daughters into a women’s restroom when shortly after three transgender young adults, over six feet [tall] with deep voices, entered. My children were visibly frightened, concerned about their safety and left asking lots of questions for which I, like many parents, was ill-prepared to answer."
Like many other liberals who are not sure about all of these transgender homofascism, Smith indicated that she was uncomfortable and concerned for her family’s safety, and she has used the idea of asking such questions to reinforce the view that almost everyone wants nothing to do with the bigoted views of transgenders.

In an interview with Fox News' Megyn Kelly, Smith explained, "Since my arrival at the ACLU, I have been actively seeking out information and asking questions as simple as, 'As there is an effort to advance transgender rights, what are the implications on the rights of transgender women and girls? What are the implications on the rights of parents?'"

Now that she has left the ACLU, Smith is still asking those questions. She has launched a new website called Finding Middle Ground, which so far only contains a YouTube video called, "A Safe Space." It features a young girl on a swing set and asks many more questions that Smith still has, such as:
  • How can I get educated about trans issues if I can’t ask the questions?
  • How do we prevent PREDATORS from PREYING on kids in bathrooms? ?
  • Bathroom safety is a real concern for ALL parents, not just parents of trans youth. So what are the SOLUTIONS that make all youth safe and comfortable? ?
  • How can we ask these kinds of questions… without being called a homophobe?
Smith also highlighted the important facts that many transgender advocates wants people to ignore. These are:
  • There’s some boys who feel like they’re girls on the inside, and there are some boys who are just perverts.
  • Boys in the girls bathroom? I don’t know about that.
  • I don’t want him to be uncomfortable in the boys’ bathroom, either. I don’t want them to be uncomfortable anywhere. But what about me too?
  • What makes it scary is that sometimes strangers take advantage of kids.