Let’s cut to the chase. In the three hours of testimony for and against the Helena non-discrimination ordinance, a compelling problem was delineated by the opponents.
Even though hundreds of municipalities, including many major cities–and entire states–have without incident outlawed discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, it appears that if Helena decides to offer this legal protection, it will result in an epidemic of predatory transgender flashers, running rampant, showing their genitals to women and children in the ladies room.
That’s the basic talking point that was delivered over and over again by opponent testimony.
One woman even proclaimed that she would never shop again in Helena (no tears here) if the ordinance passed.
So for her, and the other who are convinced that public bathrooms will now resemble bathhouses, I suggest this product.