The Democrat-led New Hampshire Senate declined to vote on SB 480, the NH Senate Save Women’s Sports bill, and instead tabled it along with a number of bills they decided weren’t important enough to consider, ending any hopes of protecting women’s sports for this legislative session.
Somebody had fun with that title but when I looked at the picture, the only thing that could come to mind is “what weak people they are”. A Free person doesn’t kneel to another. Apologize if you want but that picture is demeaning.
The ACLU-NH Trans Justice Organizer Palana Belken followed through on his threat to burn his Harry Potter books to get even with JK Rowling for standing up for women’s rights against those, like Palana, that claim men can be women and enjoy all the same rights as women.
The ACLU-NH Trans Justice Organizer Palana Belken is furious that JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, is standing up for the truth that men can’t be women and women can’t be men. He is so furious that he removed all his Harry Potter books from his bookshelf and threatens to burn them.
The ACLU of New Hampshire used to be good for something. Free Speech. That was about it. And then they threw their lot in on preferred pronouns. Compelled Speech. What’s next? How about being born alive no longer entitles you to civil liberties?
We were back at the Legislative Office Building on Tuesday, March 3 to lobby for the right for women to have their own sports, and to support those testifying for bill SB480, the Senate Save Women’s Sports bill, a companion to the House bill HB1251.
ACLU of New Hampshire Executive Director Devon Chaffee treated the New Hampshire Senate Education and Workforce Development Committee to a gaslighting clinic at a hearing for SB 480, which would prevent boys from competing on girls’ public school sports teams.