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Published On: Wed, Mar 16th, 2016

Like NY, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray uses Executive Order to give transgenders bathroom access

Seattle’s Mayor Ed Murray has decreed an executive order that all single-stall women’s bathrooms be used by men, and all public men’s rooms be used by women – a move set to appease supporters of expanding transgender rights.

Two days after New York City Mayor de Blasio issued an edict binding on all public facilities throughout the nation’s largest city, Murray followed suit with an executive order opening public bathrooms to self-described and self-diagnosed transgender men and women.

photo Marcus Werthmann

photo Marcus Werthmann

Mayor Murray also commanded Seattle’s Office for Civil Rights to give transgender sensitivity training to city employees, including Seattle Parks and Recreation, the Seattle Center, and the Seattle Public Library.

Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth told LifeSiteNews, “The Democrats are already the party of Big Homosexuality and Big Abortion. Now they are also the party that affirms gender confusion.”

“People who suffer from gender dysphoria do not need the government to affirm their aberrant desires and turn them into a supposed ‘civil right,’ LaBarbera said. “They need to get real help – because men cannot become women, and women cannot become men.”

“I’m happy that there are people like Walt Heyer who have lived the tragic reality of transgenderism and ‘sex reassignment surgery’ and now help others overcome,” LaBarbera noted.

“It is so sad that in the name of ‘compassion,’ Mayor Murray is helping to keep suffering people in bondage.”

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