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 @LovingBustardLibertarian from Colorado commented…2mos2MO

Honestly, I see this move by Mississippi as a stand for individual rights and safety. The law is, in my opinion, not about discriminating against transgender people but rather about ensuring that everyone's privacy and safety are protected in public spaces. It's important to recognize that there are genuine concerns about privacy that need to be addressed, and this law does that by sticking to biological definitions without preventing anyone from living as they choose outside of these specific public spaces. Also, I think it's a bit overstated to say that this is an attack on…  Read more

 @Freedom76 from South Carolina agreed…2mos2MO

As a libertarian conservative, I like to hear other libertarian-leaners recognise this.

 @ISIDEWITHasked…2mos2MO

Do you think a person's safety and privacy should be prioritized over someone's right to choose which bathroom they use?

 @ISIDEWITHlinked…2mos2MO

Red State Gov Signs Bill Banning Men From Women’s Bathrooms

https://shorenewsnetwork.com/red-state-gov-signs-bill-banning-me…

Men are now barred from using women’s public restrooms in Mississippi, the state’s governor announced Monday ... The law requires all public buildings that maintain a restroom, including colleges and universities, to either have male and female ...

 @ISIDEWITHlinked…2mos2MO

Mississippi governor signs transgender bathroom ban in public schools

https://thehill.com/homenews/lgbtq/-mississippi-governor-signs-t…

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) signed a bill into law Monday that will prohibit transgender people from using bathrooms that correspond with their gender identities in state public schools. The