Regarding House Bill 2: Can we not find some reasonableness here? The legislature should remove the minimum wage and no lawsuits in state courts for discrimination parts of the bill and leave the bathroom, locker and shower restraints (with some clarification) for transgenders.
The clarification would be if individuals have surgery to either take away or add sexual parts, they can go to the facility of their new physical identity. Not the hard line in the current bill: only birth identity.
If so desired the legislators could deal with the minimum wage and lawsuits as separate bills.
As a Christian, I am sad to hear the “Moral” (?) Monday crowd misuse the Mark 12:31 “love thy neighbor as thyself” quote. I do love gay and transgender “neighbors as myself,” but that does not mean I should to be OK with “girls” with a male part going into my teenage granddaughter’s bathroom, locker or shower when she is in there.
I certainly would not go in these private places with her.