Being Found Guilty of ‘Transphobia’ Could Cost You $250,000

In the last few days and weeks, with relatively little public fanfare, radical legislation was enacted in New York City and Washington State to protect the rights of those who identify as transgender—at the cost of everyone else. And when I say “cost,” I’m not exaggerating.

In New York, violation of these new laws could cost you up to $250,000 for a single offense. What exactly do these new laws do? Rather than give you a lot of legal jargon, I’ll give you some practical examples.

Let’s say you own a gym where men and women come in to work out and get in shape. A man comes in—at least, to all appearances he’s a man—but he proceeds to enter the women’s locker room to change. You approach him and say, “Sir, I’m sorry, but you’re going into the ladies’ room. The men’s locker room is across the hallway.” He replies, “First, I’m not ‘sir,’ I’m ‘ma’am.’ Second, I have the legal right to use the locker room that I identify with, and I identify as a woman.” If you refuse to refer to him as she/her, you have broken the law and could be fined.

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