Monday, February 12, 2024
Nearly seven years after North Carolina repealed the "bathroom bill" that led to national headlines and economic boycotts, GOP gubernatorial race front runner Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson is bringing back the issue of bathroom requirements for transgender people. In campaign speeches in recent weeks, Robinson suggested that people who previously identified as male should be "arrested" if they go in a women's bathroom. Instead, he suggests they should "find a corner outside somewhere" to relieve themselves.
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