Friday, January 15, 2010

Martha Coakley Dedicated to "Transgender Rights"

Attorney General Martha Coakley was the first to testify last July 14, 2009 at a packed State House hearing on the "Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes" bill, H1728. (She made time for it on her birthday, it was that important to her!) She seemed to feel right at home with the crossdressers and transsexuals she wants to force the rest of us to accept as normal. (And if you dare to object, you could be charged with a "hate crime" or unlawful discrimination!) Here are just a few photos from our report on that event. See if you can find Martha:




Soon, if Attorney General Coakley gets her way and H1728 is passed in Massachusetts, you will have no grounds for complaint if you have to share a public restroom or locker room with any of the big guys, or would-be guys, above. (And they get to choose whichever gender facility they feel like at any given moment...)