Will you stand with us?
Our friends in Bowling Green, Ohio, need our prayers and support. Homosexual activists are once again wanting SPECIAL RIGHTS, but what the Bowling Green City Council did is far beyond anything else I have seen in Ohio and could be coming to your city next.
Here is an example of what could happen:
You and your young daughter, planning for her first day of school, go to the mall to look for clothes. While there, your daughter leaves you to go to the restroom. After just a few moments, she comes back with a frightened look on her face and wants to leave quickly. It is obvious she is very distressed. As a concerned parent, you try to comfort your child, seeking to calm her distress while trying to learn its cause.
Once you leave, as she settles down, you begin to ask questions.
“What happened? Did someone try to grab you?”
“No,” is her reply.
“Did you see something wrong?”There is a long pause.
Finally you ask, “Sweetheart, what is it that made you upset and not want to go back?”
You are caught speechless and bewildered by her reply:
“Mama, there were men in the girls bathroom wearing dresses!”
This is a conversation that parents might have to have with their children in Bowling Green in the near future. When the Bowling Green City Council passed ordinances 7905 and 7906, they created the environment that will make this scenario real in our places of public accommodation.
Imagine having to explain to your young, impressionable child that she has to accept having this situation be a normal part of being in Bowling Green.
Imagine having to continually wonder if your child may be entering a public restroom where an adult of the opposite sex may be inside, all because our elected officials want those with gender identity confusion to feel comfortable using the public restrooms of their preferred gender.
If special interest groups get their way, you won’t have to imagine it; you will have to live it.
Citizens of Bowling Green will have to face investigations and penalties for failure to comply with the ordinances, whether it be in providing public accommodations, hiring, or rental of property.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Concerned citizens of Bowling Green came together and petitioned to have these ordinances put to a public referendum. They agreed and signed the petitions to allow the referendum to move forward.
Now we have to make sure we educate and encourage Bowling Green voters to come to the polls on November 2nd and vote “NO” on Ordinances 7905 and 7906.
It is vital that we are able to educate the voters of Bowling Green on the dangers of having these ordinances go into law, and to encourage and secure enough voters so that these ordinances can be overturned.
We can be successful in defeating these ordinances if you are willing to join us in this effort.
A majority “NO” vote on November 2nd will cancel these ordinances and send a strong message to the Bowling Green City Council that their community does not want to have outside special interests from New York attempting to frame their laws so that they can move their homosexual agenda forward.
Your involvement and support will be the key to success. Will you please consider making a contribution to our effort of $25, $50, or even $100 or more to help them make sure that their children will not have to face the scenario described in the opening of this letter?
You can send your tax deductible gift to Citizens for Community Values, 11175 Reading Road, Suite 103, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45241. Let’s help make Bowling Green a better place to live, work and raise a family. Will you stand with us for Equal Rights, Not Special Rights, for all of Bowling Green’s citizens?
Citizens for Community Values
Paid for by Citizens for Community Values, Phil Burress, President, 11175 Reading Road, Suite 103, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45241.