So in the name of keeping men out of bathrooms, men with guns are sent into bathrooms. To whom does this make the slightest sense?
Sen. Cruz, we are not going to have that kind of country. We are going to defeat you and your intolerant crew.
President Obama, at a Q&A in London on Saturday, answers a question from transgender student Maria Munir.
Our old friend Bob Roehr reports in Scientific American on a new study published in Science which shows that door-to-door canvassing conversations can change voters' minds.
Our friend Dana Beyer writes:
Sensing they would lose on appeal, the University settled to benefit the student, and the arc bends just a little more today.
If those pushing bathroom panic bills truly cared about solving actual problems, they would be doing something to combat anti-trans violence.
Thank goodness. South Dakota Governor Daugaard has vetoed legislation that would have prohibited transgender students from using bathrooms that match their gender. Congrats to the National Center for Transgender Equality, the Transgender Law Center, and all who worked to persuade Gov. Daugaard to do the just and humane thing. More work ahead in states across the country, but this is encouraging.