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Stop government ideological coercion: Oppose the Equality Act - S. 393
The Equality Act would change the definition of "sex discrimination" from its historical basis in biology (i.e., male/female) to instead include subjective ideological factors such as gender identity and sexual orientation.
This radical bill has already passed in the U.S. House of Representatives (H.R. 5) on Feb. 25, 2021, by a vote of 224-206. The Senate is now expected to take up a parallel bill.
For purposes of determining discrimination, the Equality Act would change the federal definition of "sex" from its objective biological meaning (i.e., male/female) to encompass factors such as gender identity and sexual orientation. This bill would:
  • require those who do not share another person's perceptions and preferences regarding sexuality to nevertheless submit to those perceptions and preferences, under penalty of law.
  • eviscerate religious freedom and conscience objections by denying the application of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
  • force health professionals to participate in certain procedures, practices and prescriptions even if objected to on medical or ethical grounds.
  • outlaw sex-segregated facilities (e.g., showers, locker rooms, domestic abuse shelters) designed to protect privacy.
  • mandate allowing biological males to compete in female sports.
To stop the government from enforcing a particular ideology of gender and sex on the entire country, use this editable message and feel free to add your own qualifications (e.g., health professional, educator, etc.), views and experience.
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