'Drag Queens' Deserve Civil Rights Says Ohio Republican
Linda Harvey, Mission America
What in the world is Brett Hillyer, Ohio GOP representative from Tuscarawas/Holmes County, thinking? He will co-sponsor the Ohio House version of the "Equality Act," which they call the "Fairness Act," which would give special and unnecessary privileges to those identifying as homosexual or who are gender confused.
There's nothing "fair" about this atrocious bill. It will be the same as Senate Bill 11, and Mission America has talking points (see below) to oppose this bill. Hillyer and his Democrat partner in crime, Mike Skindell, are looking for other House members to co-sponsor this bill.
Why is Hillyer so compromised? Doesn't he know that this bill will silence Christians, allow government- sponsored- and- protected immorality and give parents who don't want their kids corrupted virtually no recourse?
Call his office and object (614-466-8035) and then call your own Ohio House representative and urge him/her to avoid sponsoring this discriminatory, anti-family bill. Go HERE to look up your lawmaker.
Talking Points to OPPOSE 'Fairness Act' In Ohio House and Senate
All citizens in Ohio are already protected against discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, familial status in housing, military status and retaliation.
More "rights" to assault culture and family? Let's say NO
There is no need for protections based on sexual behavior or discomfort with one’s anatomy. These are personal preferences and attitudes, not “rights,” and where such legislation has passed, there’s a track record of harming the freedom, status and current rights of other people.
Homosexual behavior and gender confusion are highly controversial, with demonstrated health and social risks, and millions of Ohioans have deep concerns about validating these identities and behaviors, especially when impressionable children might be taught to accept them inaccurately as normal and uncomplicated.