Jan 022016
 

Seems that the State of Washington Human Rights Commission has decided that men and women can enter each others restrooms. This grew out of a case in the Seattle area where a YMCA was sued by a transgender person and won the case. Apparently it also applies to schools. We’ve emailed the local school district board of directors and asked them for information as well as legislators in our area to get their input as well.

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What if a woman, with a permit to carry a weapon, felt threatened and endangered if a man entered the restroom? If she protected herself would she be arrested?

What has our society come to? LGBT account for 2% or less of the population and yet are dictating what the 98% can do. That is simply wrong. There are boundaries in the world and the majority have every right to choose what those should be. If and when elected officials fail to fulfill the needs to the voters they need to be tossed out. When the courts fail the people they need to be removed.

P.S. After some more thought we offer two signs for people to consider printing and taping on women’s bathroom doors. Or, change them to meet your need or views. Please note that one is words and the other is quite graphic SO DON’T DOWNLOAD, OPEN OR SHARE UNLESS YOU UNDERSTAND THE GRAPHIC NATURE. BY OPENING OR DOWNLOADING IT’S YOUR CHOICE AND YOURS ONLY.

Columbia Basin Herald Article

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Feb 252012
 

Growing up I was raised near a family of LDS (Latter Day Saints). I went through cub scouts and boy scouts with them. I went to Hawaii the summer I graduated high school to pick pineapple with the church. I’ve attended various Christian churches. My wife was also exposed to various christian sects. I’m read about various other religions and ended up asking myself whether there is one true religion or whether, at their core, they all tell a similar story and suggest similar actions.

I’m not a theologian. I am well-educated enough to question whether there is a god or not. My life experiences have led me to believe that there is something greater than what we see and hear. If a religion brings people together and fosters their belief in something greater than that’s good. If a religion manipulates the members to take certain actions to force the views of that religion on others then that is wrong. If a religion claims to support honesty, trust, peace and the value of a higher plane of existence then it can not, by its very nature, support harming people to further its goals.

Tolerance, allowance of beliefs without harming people to further those views and living what one preaches is a good base for a religion. Rather than claiming that one’s point of view is the only way the world can exist let’s agree to let each other express ourselves and live the way we claim it should be.