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Trans Activists Want Women Erased

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Kimberly Fletcher By Friday, 23 February 2024 12:24 PM EST Current | Bio | Archive

Imagine you are a female college student, living away from home for the first time at a publicly funded state university.

You make your first trek to that school's restroom.

You're shocked to find a man, towering over you at six-foot-four-inches with a full beard, staring at you while you try to leave.

This story is not a scare tactic or a hypothetical.

Moms for America recently received a call from a female college student at Ohio's Kent State University who had that exact experience.

Moms have been warning for years that "trans," or "transgender" policies in our schools endanger women and girls, eliminating female-only spaces.

This means school administrators need to start listening. Now.

No young woman should feel abject terror when trying to use a space designed exclusively for biological women.

Locker rooms and bathrooms are locations designed to protect vulnerable women.

While the intruder in this story was wearing a skirt, he was obviously a man, standing well above the tallest women and sporting tell-tale facial hair. We are not talking about anyone’s feelings or political ideology.

We are addressing the fact that young women at one of our taxpayer-funded schools do not feel safe to use the bathrooms.

While conservatives have often been accused of fixating on "bathroom bills," attempting to put legal protections for women in all female spaces into law, we are well aware that this is about much more than bathrooms.

Threats to our women and girls in restrooms and changing rooms are only a symptom of a larger movement to intimidate and eliminate biological women.

Consider what else is happening at Kent State --- and on other campuses nationally.

Increasingly, you'll find in the department of Women’s Studies or services for women’s health the use of "womxn." This name change is significant, signaling to young women that anyone who proclaims themselves a "woman" is now included.

For example, the Women in Engineering club recently held a "Womxn in STEM" event highlighting ways to encourage girls "and other gender minorities" to pursue careers in math and science.

What "gender minorities" would those be?

Perhaps the men who identify as transgender, gender-nonconforming, and non-binary.

These men are trouncing women in athletic competition, intimidating them in public bathrooms, and mocking women by dressing in drag.

We were told that it was unacceptable to exclude transgender men, even as they stand a head taller than their female peers, run faster, and swim harder due to the irreversible changes occurring under the influence of testosterone in male puberty.

That intimidation was never acceptable. Suddenly, we’ve gotten so inclusive that a man can be fully bearded and still invite himself into the girls’ bathroom.

As bewildering as names like "womxn" are and how strange it is to need to argue that men should not be in men’s bathrooms, activists have been hard at work for decades to get us to this point. If you are surprised by the developments taking place at our universities, you have not been paying attention.

The same month that the female student was intimidated by a tall, bearded man in the women’s restroom, Kent University hosted its annual "Sex Week.” Called the Wild (West) Sex Week, the events included a bewildering array of degrading, X-rated content — paid for with the tax dollars of law-abiding Ohioans!

Most disturbingly, the event included a drag show, a spectacle in which biological women are mocked and caricatured in garish costumes and with grotesque behavior.

There is a clear connection between the ever-expanding perverted sex obsession being encouraged on our college campuses, "womxn" taking over female spaces, and a large-bearded man staring down a college co-ed in the women’s restroom.

I asked you to imagine that you were the young woman encountering a threatening man in a place meant for biological women.

Now, imagine that it is your daughter calling you from her dorm room, terrified after an experience like this.

It's not far-fetched.

Ohio is not the only place where colleges are pushing Sex Week and the inclusion of "womxn" even if it endangers women. Schools all over the country —including elementary and high schools — are inviting biological men into women’s restrooms and locker rooms.

These are considerations for all parents who want to make sure their daughters are protected. We used to send our kids to school to learn.

It was pretty simple.

But how can they learn when they have to fear for their safety on a daily basis?

And what are taxpayers funding now that radical inclusion has become such a threat? It’s time we all take a closer look.

Kimberly Fletcher is the founder, president, and CEO of Moms For America, a national, non-profit 501c3 educational corporation rooted in the principles of liberty and virtue our nation was founded on, and focused on promoting these principles, values, and virtues in the home and family, particularly through the women and mothers of America.

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For all parents who want to make sure their daughters are protected. How can they learn when they have to fear for their safety on a daily basis? And what are taxpayers funding now that radical inclusion has become such a threat? It’s time we all take a closer look.
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