Lesbian Houston Mayor Promotes Ordinance to Allow Men in Women’s Restrooms

Daily Stormer
May 13, 2014

Mayor Annise Parker, right, at her "wedding".
Mayor Annise Parker, right, at her “wedding”.

The Jewish push towards complete gender confusion continues. This time the great state of Texas, of all places, is in danger of passing an ordinance that would allow trannies to use women’s restrooms. The effort comes courtesy of Houston’s lesbian mayor.

From Christian News Network:

The Houston City Council is currently considering an ‘equal rights’ ordinance which would allow men and women to use restrooms and shower rooms designated for the opposite sex, as long as they identify with the opposite gender.

Houston Mayor Annise Parker, an open lesbian, is promoting an “Equal Rights Ordinance” designed to quell any discrimination in America’s fourth largest city—including any discrimination on the basis of “gender identity.”

Gender identity means an individual’s innate identification, appearance, expression or behavior as either male or female,” the most recent ordinance draft states, “although the same may not correspond to the individual’s body or gender as assigned at birth.”

Many people are especially concerned by the “Public Accommodations” section of the ordinance, which would allow men to use women’s restrooms, and vice versa, if they identity with the opposite sex.

“It shall be unlawful for any place of public accommodation or any employee or agent thereof to intentionally deny any person entry to any restroom, shower room, or similar facility if that facility is consistent with and appropriate to that person’s expression of gender identity,” the ordinance states.

The only stipulation, according to the ordinance, is that people who use the opposite sex’s facilities must dress, behave, and clothe themselves in a way that is “consistent with the gender designation of the facility the person attempt[s] to access.”

The controversial ordinance was debated at length during a Houston City Council meeting last Tuesday. According to local affiliate KHOU, over 100 people lined up to publicly weigh in on the issue in front of the mayor and the council. The public session dragged on for nearly four hours, as dozens of individuals voiced either support or opposition to the measure.

As previously reported, a similar “bathroom bill” was passed in California last year. The bill mandates that schools allow boys who identify as girls to use girls’ restrooms, and vice versa.