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Sex vs Gender: Confusing? They Shouldn’t Be

While Beacon Hill legislators debated adding a gender “X” designation to state IDs this week, it became clear that no one was actually looking at the state-issued documents that are at the center of this legislation.  Proponents of the bill

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A Tale of Two Teachers

I’ve been fielding phone calls and emails over the past year from teachers and parents who are struggling to navigate the new speech codes being implemented at schools around the Commonwealth.  Almost as soon as the first gender identity laws

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Daddy’s Boy Forced To Be Mommy’s Girl

This week, at a conference in D.C., I had dinner with Walt Heyer. You may recognize his name, as he was one of the first brave souls to speak out about “detransitioning.”  For almost eight years, Walt, born a boy, lived

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They can’t make you say it

Dear Friend of the Family, After a sweltering end to the summer, it finally seems like fall is here.  For many of us, that means back to school.  One of the new challenges several parents have shared with me is

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Help us fight for privacy and safety in MA

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. In Case You

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Thank you for making Lobby Day a success!

On Tuesday of this week, we held our annual Pro-Family Lobby Day in Boston. Pastors and concerned citizens from churches all over the Commonwealth (including a bus from Springfield!) came to learn about key legislation affecting parental rights and religious

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Important Pro-family Victories in MA!

Wonderful news!  Late last week, we learned that the Assisted Suicide bills in the MA legislature have both FAILED.  Technically, they were “sent to study,” which effectively kills them for the remainder of the 2017-2018 legislative session.  Suicide advocates will

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