The Fight Continues For the Safety of Texas Bathrooms for Women and Girls

By November 16, 2015Texas
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“And He answered and said to them, ‘Have you not read that He who made them at the beginning “made them male and female,” and said, “For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh”? So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate,’” Matthew 19:4-6.

Following the approval by the Dallas City Council on Tuesday, November 10, 2015, allowing transgenders use of women’s facilities, lawmakers are reporting increased calls urging them to approve this measure.

If you are opposed to men using women’s facilities because they, “at the moment,” feel they are female, then you must contact your State Representative and State Senator and tell them to support efforts to stop this endangerment to women and girls.  NO MEN IN WOMEN’S BATHROOMS!

Take Action: Go to to find out who your representative and senator are and how to contact them.  When calling ask the staffer that answers where the legislator stands on the issue.  Then, either commend them or politely inform them of your disapproval and ask them to encourage the legislator to support any efforts to stop this endangerment to women and girls.  When e-mailing or writing a letter, state your position and request a reply.

Pray With Us:  “Father, The hosts of God-haters are again attempting to pervert the morality of our citizens and impel them to accept the lies of Satan.  Your creation, the male and female genders, are pure and without exception.  Your directions are clear and abound in consequences for failure to honor.  Our request is that You empower Your children, those called by Your name, to take bold and tenacious stands against the office holders who dare defy Your precepts.  As we have seen Your powerful hand of victory in other causes, may we be the beneficiaries of that same miraculous omnipotence in this deceptive and dangerous act by the City of Dallas.”

Note:  Click here to further your understanding of this growing gender issue.