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Iowa bill to keep boys out of girls restrooms advances

 
A bill is advancing through the Iowa legislature that would make it illegal for a person of the opposite biological sex to enter a restroom or locker room of the other sex at a school.  This bill is a challenge to one of Biden's early executive orders, which purports to require schools to allow boys who claim they think they are girls to use the girls facilities and vice versa.
 
 
North Carolina fought a similar battle with the adoption of HB1 a few years ago, but a group of GOP cowards, including Thom Tillis, Tim Moore, Greg Murphy, and Pat McCrory caved in and went along with repealing that common sense law.  While half of the Republican legislators stood firm for common sense, half of them sold us out to the radical left.  Left wing governor Roy Cooper has even entered an executive order opening restrooms and shower rooms in state buildings to anyone who claims they think they are of that sex.
 
At in North Carolina, we still have criminal laws on the books against indecent exposure and peeping tom.  Any pervert who enters the wrong restroom and ecposes themselves or observes an undressed person of the opposite sex can be charged criminally, and should be.



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