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Due to the number of co-sponsors might be able to voted on house floor without going through committee process!

Here are some key points you can make about HR 5, the Equality Act, when you call your member of Congress:

  • Imposes gender identity ideology on the country
  • Treats biological men as if they were women
  • Men able to compete against girls in sports
  • Women lose privacy in intimate areas like showers, etc.
  • Makes demonstrating belief in traditional marriage illegal discrimination
  • Strips people of faith of their religious liberty rights
  • Forces people to embrace the gay agenda or risk discrimination lawsuits
  • Requires wedding professionals to participate in gay ‘weddings’ that violate their beliefs

Due to the number of co-sponsors might be able to voted on house floor without going through committee process!

Here are some key points you can make about HR 5, the Equality Act, when you call your member of Congress:

  • Imposes gender identity ideology on the country
  • Treats biological men as if they were women
  • Men able to compete against girls in sports
  • Women lose privacy in intimate areas like showers, etc.
  • Makes demonstrating belief in traditional marriage illegal discrimination
  • Strips people of faith of their religious liberty rights
  • Forces people to embrace the gay agenda or risk discrimination lawsuits
  • Requires wedding professionals to participate in gay ‘weddings’ that violate their beliefs
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SAY NO TO THE EQUALITY ACT- Florida Family Action

May 15, 2020  SAY NO TO THE EQUALITY ACT!

U.S. Congress will vote THIS FRIDAY on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s so-called “Equality Act.” Rather than solve a problem, H.R. 5 will open up Pandora’s Box in our country.  The Equality Act adds “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the list of protected classes under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

 

The legal affect of this is that almost no area of American public life—including education, employment, public accommodations, housing, medical care, non-profits, and federal funding for example—will be left untouched and deprived of liberty, privacy, safety, freedom and or dignity.  

 The Equality Act:   Attacks the fundamental freedoms of speech and religion
It will force faith-based charities, non-profits, and schools to operate contrary to their religious beliefs concerning human sexuality, or risk punishment or loss of federal funding.

Creative professionals— especially in the wedding industry— will be compelled to communicate messages about marriage that violate their conscience or be forced out of the wedding industry altogether.

In the language of the bill, it overrides the religious protections found in the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This means that when alleged cases of discrimination involve religious beliefs, religious freedom loses.

It would force faith-based foster care and adoption agencies to shut down or change their policy of only placing children with a married husband and wife.

Threatens privacy, safety, and opportunities for women and girls.
Biological men claiming to identify as women will have access to women-only intimate spaces like locker rooms, bathrooms, showers, and women’s shelters—giving easy access to sexual predators.

Title IX, which is supposed to make sure women have the same opportunities as men, including in sports, would be gutted as men identifying as women could claim these opportunities. It is already happening around the country where boys identifying as women are displacing women in sex-specific sports in high school and college.

Undermines parental rights
Parents could lose custody of their gender-dysphoric child if they do not support their child’s desire to take puberty blocker and cross-sex hormones.
Public education would be legally required to teach and operate in line with transgender ideology, regardless of parental opposition.

Imbeds transgender ideology into federal law
As Ryan T. Anderson points out, the Equality Act “could impose a nationwide transgender bathroom policy, a nationwide pronoun policy, and a nationwide sex-reassignment health care mandate.”

It would force hospital facilities, medical professionals, and insurance plans to provide gender-transitioning services, or be found guilty of unlawful discrimination.

We need your help! Contact your Representative in Congress today to voice your opposition to the Equality Act, H.R. 5. 

Two Republican congressmen in Florida were not able to tell us clearly where they stand on the Equality Act when our President John Stemberger made a courtesy call to their offices.  Please call, email and respectfully encourage these two Congressmen to VOTE NO on HR5 the Equality Act. 

 

Mario Diaz-Balart - FL 25 (R)

U.S. House of Representatives

(202)-225-4211

https://mariodiazbalart.house.gov/contact-mario

 

Rep. Vern Buchanan – FL 16 (R)

U.S. House of Representatives

(202) 225-5015

https://buchanan.house.gov/contact

 RESOURCES:

Find your congressman here:

https://www.callmycongress.com/

Tweet-able stuff here:

https://infogram.com/1p6llkyq36z3wns5lv0750yel9b3ey76q92?live

Videos here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw53PEFQWElQth8KhhmXjvA/featured

May 15, 2020  SAY NO TO THE EQUALITY ACT!

U.S. Congress will vote THIS FRIDAY on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s so-called “Equality Act.” Rather than solve a problem, H.R. 5 will open up Pandora’s Box in our country.  The Equality Act adds “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the list of protected classes under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

 

The legal affect of this is that almost no area of American public life—including education, employment, public accommodations, housing, medical care, non-profits, and federal funding for example—will be left untouched and deprived of liberty, privacy, safety, freedom and or dignity.  

 The Equality Act:   Attacks the fundamental freedoms of speech and religion
It will force faith-based charities, non-profits, and schools to operate contrary to their religious beliefs concerning human sexuality, or risk punishment or loss of federal funding.

Creative professionals— especially in the wedding industry— will be compelled to communicate messages about marriage that violate their conscience or be forced out of the wedding industry altogether.

In the language of the bill, it overrides the religious protections found in the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This means that when alleged cases of discrimination involve religious beliefs, religious freedom loses.

It would force faith-based foster care and adoption agencies to shut down or change their policy of only placing children with a married husband and wife.

Threatens privacy, safety, and opportunities for women and girls.
Biological men claiming to identify as women will have access to women-only intimate spaces like locker rooms, bathrooms, showers, and women’s shelters—giving easy access to sexual predators.

Title IX, which is supposed to make sure women have the same opportunities as men, including in sports, would be gutted as men identifying as women could claim these opportunities. It is already happening around the country where boys identifying as women are displacing women in sex-specific sports in high school and college.

Undermines parental rights
Parents could lose custody of their gender-dysphoric child if they do not support their child’s desire to take puberty blocker and cross-sex hormones.
Public education would be legally required to teach and operate in line with transgender ideology, regardless of parental opposition.

Imbeds transgender ideology into federal law
As Ryan T. Anderson points out, the Equality Act “could impose a nationwide transgender bathroom policy, a nationwide pronoun policy, and a nationwide sex-reassignment health care mandate.”

It would force hospital facilities, medical professionals, and insurance plans to provide gender-transitioning services, or be found guilty of unlawful discrimination.

We need your help! Contact your Representative in Congress today to voice your opposition to the Equality Act, H.R. 5. 

Two Republican congressmen in Florida were not able to tell us clearly where they stand on the Equality Act when our President John Stemberger made a courtesy call to their offices.  Please call, email and respectfully encourage these two Congressmen to VOTE NO on HR5 the Equality Act. 

 

Mario Diaz-Balart - FL 25 (R)

U.S. House of Representatives

(202)-225-4211

https://mariodiazbalart.house.gov/contact-mario

 

Rep. Vern Buchanan – FL 16 (R)

U.S. House of Representatives

(202) 225-5015

https://buchanan.house.gov/contact

 RESOURCES:

Find your congressman here:

https://www.callmycongress.com/

Tweet-able stuff here:

https://infogram.com/1p6llkyq36z3wns5lv0750yel9b3ey76q92?live

Videos here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw53PEFQWElQth8KhhmXjvA/featured

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