Prominent Liberal Activists to Join Just Want Privacy Campaign Tomorrow

 

A group of prominent liberal voices will join forces with the Just Want Privacy Campaign tomorrow to support safety and privacy for women and children in public locker rooms, showers, and bathrooms.

On Thursday, June 16th, at 11:00 AM, at the Carwein Auditorium on the University of Washington-Tacoma campus, Just Want Privacy will hold a press conference and Q&A Session to address questions around the Yes on I-1515 ballot measure.  Joining them at the conference are three prominent and respected liberal activists.

Press Conference

Maya Dillard Smith is the former head of the ACLU in Georgia.  She recently resigned because she felt that the effort to allow men to use the women’s locker rooms, showers, and bathrooms created safety hazards for women and children.

Blair Tindall is a feminist journalist, author, and speaker, based in Los Angeles.  She has characterized the removal of privacy and safety in public facilities as another attack in the “war on women.”

Miriam Ben-Shalom is a veteran of the U.S. Army, known for her efforts to challenge the U.S.’s position of homosexuals serving in the military. More recently, she was removed from her appointment as the Grand Marshal of Milwaukee’s Pride Parade because she does not support the effort to allow men into the women’s bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers.

The public is invited to attend this event at the Carwein Auditorium on the campus of the University of Washington at Tacoma. Please be respectful, as counter-protests are expected.  More information on the press conference can be found here.

3 replies
  1. Jenelle Bahan
    Jenelle Bahan says:

    The family values what a joke they are they stay in busness spreading hate an bigotry fear mongering then they also for donations well thier are the classic example of how spreading hate fear an bigotry you can make millions oh let’s not forget they do it all in the name of God

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  2. M.Evans
    M.Evans says:

    What is so wrong with those in question simply using the family facility?
    It’s the most logical and simple solution to the whole scenario.

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  3. Paul
    Paul says:

    Should 1515 make it to the ballot, the video of the harassing and hateful mob at this event will be one of its most powerful ads. I’ve never seen such incivility and insanity at a public event as was exhibited by the trans terrorists in the audience.

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