This is a compelling story by Kaeley Triller. This is not from a transgender bigot. This woman doesn’t seem to have a bigoted or hateful bone in her body. This is from a rape survivor with real concerns that should be taken into consideration.
Corporations should take note that policies of inclusion include women. It isn’t as straight forward as the LGBT community would have you believe. Women have very real concerns that need to be a addressed.
We must all speak out for the Kaeley’s of the world. We must all stand up against this outrage. This is too important to stand on the sidelines and watch.
I still battle my powerlessness to do anything that feels substantial to affect change, but the good Lord didn’t bring me out of Egypt and set my feet upon a rock so I could stand idly by in the face of danger. So even if a little article or Facebook post doesn’t ultimately change the world, it’s better than silent resignation to negligence and harm. I feel a sense of urgency to invite people to consider the not-so-hidden dangers of these policies before more and more of them get cemented into place. Once that happens, the only way they’ll change is when innocent people get hurt.