Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport
When “gender identity” issues reared their head, the federal government got busy trying to give people “gender choice” in public places, which predictably had far-reaching implications.
In not “discriminating” against someone that claims their gender is different from their physical biology, the rights of other, less confused citizens went out the window. This included, but was not limited to, bathrooms, locker rooms, public schools, and gender-separated facilities. and in fact, even addressed the way any American addressed even a stranger. The use of the preferred pronoun of an individual in speaking to that individual was expected to be mandated.
Connected to this debate over such actions is the debate central to the constitutional government of the United States – states’ rights.
State laws exist to differentiate from state-to-state matters that are seen differently in each state. Examples are traffic laws, gun ownership rights, and many others.