Obama civil rights director: Keeping men out of women’s bathrooms against American...

Obama civil rights director: Keeping men out of women’s bathrooms against American values

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Families sue feds, Chicago-area school district for violating student privacyIt seems the Obama regime keeps getting even more perverted with each passing day.  Now, according to Vanita Gupta, the assistant attorney general who heads the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, laws keeping men out of women’s bathrooms is against American values.

“Even after the Supreme Court’s landmark gay marriage decision last year in Obergefell v. Hodges that guaranteed all people ‘equal dignity in the eyes of the law,’ we see new efforts to deny LGBTI individuals the respect they deserve and the protection our laws guarantee,” she said at a forum held Tuesday by the Washington Council of Lawyers.

“And let me add this — efforts like House Bill 2 in North Carolina not only violate the laws that govern our nation, but also the values that define us as a people,” she added.

That bill requires people to use the restroom that coincides with one’s biological sex, not the gender one feels he, she or it may be at that point in time.

“As I said the day we announced the lawsuit, calling H.B. 2 a ‘bathroom bill’ trivializes what this is really about. H.B. 2 translates into discrimination in the real world,” she further said.

The perverted Obama regime has made it clear that it has no problem with men using restroom facilities designed for women, and has ordered schools to make that their policy as well.

The regime has also threatened the state of North Carolina over the law.

Gupta, the Daily Caller said, made a similar statement at a speech on Wednesday.

“We also believe that America cannot reach its full potential and promise until every person in this country – regardless of his or her sexual orientation or gender identity – can live free from discrimination, harassment and violence.  Even after the Supreme Court’s landmark gay marriage decision last year in Obergefell v. Hodges that guaranteed all people “equal dignity in the eyes of the law,” we see new efforts to deny LGBTI individuals the respect they deserve and the protection our laws guarantee.  And let me add this – efforts like House Bill 2 in North Carolina not only violate the laws that govern our nation, but also the values that define us as a people,” she said.

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