HB-2 Protects Women and Children

HB-2 protects the safety and privacy of young women like Chloe in bath rooms and locker rooms.

Posted by The Institute for Faith and Family on Tuesday, October 4, 2016

 

The distortion of HB-2 by big-business bullies, social justice warriors, radical activists, and sports organizations has gotten out of hand. Our sister non-profit organization, the Institute for Faith and Family, decided to do something about it, and has placed a six figure 30-second spot on television and computer screens across our state.

The spot features a young female high school student from Greenville, who explains the violation of privacy and dignity the Charlotte ordinance forces on girls like her by making them share locker rooms and bathrooms with boys/men and how HB-2 protects their privacy and safety.

Looking for other ways to support the fight for the privacy rights of women and children? Our Carolina Values Summit Breakfast is a little over a week away, and we would love to have you join Governor McCrory, Lt. Governor Forest, Senator Newton, and other like-minded leaders to tell them thanks over breakfast.

Tickets are available for $50, and you can also sponsor a table for $600. Proceeds help fund our important work protecting life, liberty, and the family.