Lifesitenews.com has a great article by Lianne Laurence published Nov. 24th on Bill C-16:
Here are a few key excerpts:
“Bill C-16 is a bad law, plain and simple. In fact, it is one of the worst laws I have seen proposed in my 12 years as an MP,” noted Brad Trost, a candidate in the Conservative Party leadership race, in a November 23 email to supporters.
“It claims to protect Canadians on the basis of gender ‘identity or expression’ but fails to define what gender ‘identity or expression’ actually means, leaving it up to individuals to decide,” noted the Saskatchewan MP and father of a preschool daughter.
If the bill “becomes law, all men – including men who are not even transgendered – will have the ‘right’ to use women’s bathrooms and change rooms in our schools, our churches and synagogues, and our community centres under the guise of gender ‘expression.’ Institutions that obstruct that use will be subject to a human rights prosecution,” he added.
REAL Women vice president Gwen Landolt has also blasted Bill C-16, which she describes as an “embarrassment to Canada” as “based purely on politically correct ideology, not facts or evidence.”
Indeed, new evidence reported in The New Atlantis confirms the “belief that gender identity is an innate, fixed human property independent of biological sex – so that a person might be a ‘man trapped in a woman’s body’ or ‘a woman trapped in a man’s body’ – is not supported by scientific evidence,” Landolt noted in a REAL Women press release.
Moreover, Landolt faulted the Liberal-dominated Justice and Human Rights Committee for hearing from just one person on Bill C-16, that being the bill’s sponsor, justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould.