Men have assaulted or violated women’s privacy in public bathrooms 21 times due to pro-LGBT transgender restroom policies, according to a list compiled by a nationally recognized pro-family organization.
The Family Research Council (FRC) insists that – contrary to what homosexual activists claim – transgender-friendly policies and laws escalate the risk of women becoming victims of sexual attacks at the hands of men who claim to be women.
Setting up assault
It is argued by the Christian nonprofit group that so-called “non-discrimination laws” working to permit all people to use restrooms based on their gender identity – as opposed to their natural sex at birth – provide sexual predators with the opportunity to take advantage of the situation so they can partake in voyeurism and sexually assault women and children.
"It is important to note that the concern is not that transgendered individuals are more likely to be sexual predators, but rather that sexual predators could exploit such laws by posing as transgendered in order to gain access to women and girls," FRC attorneys wrote their issue brief. "Beyond this, when companies such as Target implement any-sex bathroom/dressing room policies, it encourages criminals to take advantage of these policies to commit crimes."
According to the legal group based in Washington, D.C., transgender activists have made a habit of discounting and denying the existence of reported assaults on women at the hands of transgender men entering women’s public restrooms. The attorney group notes that such activists have actually “scoffed” at suggestions that men in women’s facilities heighten the risk of such incidents.
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