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Federal Anti Discrimination Laws

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I think that federal anti discrimination laws are needed with all this hate against the trans community
that we have been seeing.

States will make anti trans laws but we gotta make a federal law that surpasses what the state says.

I dont understand this argument from the right wing saying that trans people chase kids?
every trans person chases kids by default? you really think that democrats support people
in first grade learning about sex? how do you even know that they are being taught that?
does anyone know what sex ed is?

But yea so what are they saying that trans people are breaking into schools during school hours
to chase kids and brain wash them to be trans?

What if a kid just decides that they wanna be trans how do you know that they were told to be like that?

I think that this is just about people hating trans people right wing media jokes
about murdering the trans community trans suicide rates are increasing its a
huge problem and with republicans banning trans people from putting on a birth
certificate what gender they feel like as they make more laws against them it will
only increase suicide rates.

This sure does feel like discrimination heres a question to you republicans do you support
federal anti discrimination laws and if not why?

Democrats are trying to pass the equality act how could anyone be against that
are republicans actually gonna come out saying "no were against this we like discrimination"?

Making anti trans laws in state after state all across the country its a huge targeted effort
this isnt about protecting kids republicans in tennesee tried to legalize child marriage 2 weeks ago
they dont care about kids.

But isnt this creepy republicans talk about trans people kids and gender identity all day
and in congress too if these laws were to protect people why didnt they make them 10 years ago?
now all the sudden they care about protecting people? but these laws are not about protecting its
a attack on the trans community and i think that alot of people see that.
 

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debunked? how is it debunked

 
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Some Tennessee Republicans want to make common law marriage legal. But the bill being pushed through the legislature this week doesn’t have any age requirements and opponents say that paves the way for allowing child marriage.

Twenty-four Tennessee Republicans are sponsoring this legislation and right now it is making headlines around the world. Newsweek, The Hill and The Daily Mail in the U.K. have all written about it, Twitter is all abuzz about it, and all eyes are on the Volunteer State as people wonder if the state’s lawmakers are about to legalize child marriage.
 

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republicans in tennesee tried to legalize child marriage 2 weeks ago
Debunked.
debunked? how is it debunked
So much fail in such a little amount of time.

1. Tried? That is not what they tried to do.
Do you really not understand the difference between trying to do something and an unintended effect? I ask because that is the way you have made it appear. Had you said something like "would have" you may have been more accurate but still off by a week.

2. Had you bothered to read all of the links you tried to inundate with, you would have read the following part. "... ,but an amendment filed on Wednesday would add an 18 year old age limit to HB 233." That "Wednesday" was the 6th of April.
 
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