As you know, MFI has been championing the fight to protect women and children in public restrooms, locker rooms and dressing rooms. If you haven’t heard, there is yet a new challenge facing women, their comfort and safety….in the spa.
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In Ontario, a caller asked to book an appointment at a spa to have a Brazilian wax, a process which includes removal of hair in the genital area. When the spa owner told the male caller that the provider was a practicing Muslim woman, and she was not comfortable waxing male genital areas, the caller filed a $50,000 lawsuit with the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal because “she” identified as a trans woman and the spa did “immense harm” to “her” “dignity.”
As reported in Life Site News:
“…spa manager, president and CEO Jason Carruthers told PJ Media the man specifically asked about a Brazilian wax, which involves stripping off all pubic hair.
‘She [sic] said, ‘Women have penises and women have balls and if your staff is not comfortable then they can look for another job.’”
This could easily happen here in Massachusetts, because the poorly written Massachusetts law has no protections for women who object to performing services on men’s genitals!
You can read the full story here.
In only 5 months, voters will start heading to the polls, and that’s a short time in which to make sure we have all the NO votes needed to defeat this poorly written law- a law that threatens the safety of women and children and even strips away our freedom to practice our religion.
That’s why this summer is so important. If you feel as strongly as we do about repealing the bathroom and locker room law, I encourage you to donate to the effort:
We have a chance to turn the tide on the radical agenda that is so threatening and truly make history. Massachusetts is the first state in the nation to challenge the bathroom and locker room law, so the stakes are high.
Once voters learn about how this extreme, dangerous and poorly written law allows criminals and predators to stalk women and children in public restrooms, locker rooms and dressing rooms, we know they will vote NO and repeal it.
Can you donate $25, $50 or $100 to the campaign? Any amount will help to set Massachusetts back on track, even $10.