The bigots in power are coming for us. By the way, I’m sure I’m missing some states.
A huge breathe of relief swept the country when the US Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage. We celebrated. I cried.
The bigots also took a breathe and got to work creating plans on how they could continue battling us, mainly in the name of religious liberty and safety.
If you offend by religious beliefs, I don’t need to do business with you.
Because I am worried about my five year old daughter, a trans woman should not be able to use a restroom labeled for women.
These are the arguments, and bigotry is the reason. Plain, simple bigotry.
In South Dakota the governor actually vetoed the anti-trans bathroom bill. The governor in Georgia has not signed their anti-gay bill yet, and I am happy that dozens of business have criticized the bill and even my beloved The Waling Dead cast will leave Georgia if the bill is signed.
I love the support. But can we get in front of this? Are there enough of us who believe that these bills are ludicrous to ensure they are voted down? If we as communities voted in droves would less bigots come to power, even in states that are filled with bigots like Georgia and North Carolina?
Dan is going back to voting, you’re thinking. Yes I am.
We have the power. We have the power to crush bigotry. We have to act.
Please speak out. Please register to vote and vote. Please email your state representative if they are considering voting for a bigoted bill.
Thank you for reading.