Arizona Democrat Tells Girls to Shower with Boys Using a Curtain
Radical leftist Democrats are opposing policy efforts of conservatives to safeguard the privacy of girls on school campuses using the so-called transgender rights as their basis for advocating all-gender bathrooms.
Earlier this year, the Republican-controlled legislature of Arizona passed the bill SB 1040 that required separate bathrooms for those male and female students on school campuses who did not want to use the group bathrooms. Liberals opposed the bill arguing that it could lead to rise in discrimination against transgender students.
A clip from the debate on SB 1040 captures the moment when Democrat Senator Christine Marsh of Phoenix criticized the law and stated that instead of having separating bathrooms for male and female students, the law could just place shower curtains in the common bathrooms. The Twitter account of AZ War Room, which supports conservatives in the AZ State Senate, posted the video clip of Christine Marsh’s message to girls on the shower issue, calling it “sick and demeaning.”
The Western Journal, reporting on the circulation of the video on social media, called Marsh’s comments an illustration of “the lunacy of the left.” The story cited Terry Schilling, American President of the Principles Project, commenting:
“To believe that young girls should be comfortable showering with males, behind a shower curtain or not, is utterly deranged.”
Another conservative Twitter account posted that Marsh’s reasoning in favor of shared bathroom showers separated by just a curtain call for the need to vote her out in the next election.
On June 8, 2023, AZ Governor vetoed SB 1040 after the Senate passed it in May. Promoting transgenderism as the expense of taxpayer’s money remains active on the priority list of Democrats and liberal activists. Katie Hobbs also issued an executive order in June to allow “gender-affirming care” in state employee health plans. This week, a liberal judge Rosemary Marquez – appointed by former president Barack Obama – ruled to eliminate a ban on gender-affirming care provided under Arizona state employee health insurance.