Stay strong. This law is clearly unconstitutional and will not survive a court challenge. Let's let this mobilize us https://t.co/OrO1mZcAg5— Laverne Cox (@Lavernecox) March 24, 2016
We think people in North Carolina deserve better than this awful step backwards... https://t.co/r9AnNUhnZF— Tegan and Sara (@teganandsara) March 24, 2016
Extremely disappointed in my home state, North Carolina. Regardless of your side on the restroom debate, non-discrimination laws MUST exist.— Jackée Harry (@JackeeHarry) March 24, 2016
Even Google pitched in their thoughts
Meanwhile, on the twitter of this POS...
Ordinance defied common sense, allowing men to use women’s bathroom/locker room for instance. That’s why I signed bipartisan bill to stop it— Pat McCrory (@PatMcCroryNC) March 24, 2016
I really hope we can vote him out this year, so disappointed in my state's government right now.
For anyone who may not know, North Carolina pushed through a law that prevents local governments from passing anti-discrimination laws that protect the rights of gay and transgender people in NC. This bill was introduced, debated and passed by state legislature in about 12 hours, and Governor Pat McCrory signed it into law today. Further history and information about this law can be found here.
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